INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT – FAILURE TO PROVIDE INFORMED CONSENT – COVID-19 JAB/”VACCINE”

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Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) does not give immunity for intentional misconduct.  (To Learn More) WHAT PATIENTS ARE NOT BEING TOLD Despite the hype created with relative risk reduction (RRR), the Absolute Risk Reduction (ARR) for COVID Vaccines is around 1%. The ARR for Pfizer-BioNTech is only 0.84% (THAT IS CLOSE TO […]

Immunity under Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act)

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The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) authorizes the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (Secretary) to issue a PREP Act declaration. The declaration provides immunity from liability (except for willful misconduct) for claims: of loss caused, arising out of, relating to, or resulting from administration or use of countermeasures […]

Science – What We Knew Pre-COVID-19 That We Now Ignore

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“Leaky” vaccines allow more virulent versions of a virus to survive July 2015 – “Imperfect Vaccination Can Enhance the Transmission of Highly Virulent Pathogens” – “natural selection removes pathogen strains that are so “hot” that they kill their hosts and, therefore, themselves. Vaccines that let the hosts survive but do not prevent the spread of […]

The Fall of Afghanistan

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Seeing people clinging to planes flying from Afghanistan is heartbreaking.   I spent my elementary years growing up in Lashkargah in the Helmand province of Afghanistan. 10 years ago, I expressed my concerns that freedom in Afghanistan would not be attained through military action, in a post discussing religious freedom.  Democracy without an understanding of the […]

Unlawful termination for refusing to disclose COVID-19 “vaccine” status in Virginia

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Can a Virginia employer lawfully terminate me for refusing to disclose whether I have been “vaccinated” for COVID-19? Answer: No, they may be liable under a Bowman claim for wrongful termination as a narrow exception to employment-at-will. LIMITATION OF THIS BLOG ARTICLE:  This article is not addressing whether an employer terminates a person for not […]

Is a Virginia employer at risk when hiring or retaining a person registered as a sex offender?

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Yes – there are real risks There can be 3 separate legal basis for liability should the employee harm another.  respondeat superior – a doctrine of vicarious liability for an employee’s tortious acts committed within the scope of employment; negligent hiring – a doctrine of primary liability where the  employer is principally liable for negligently […]

Striving for American Ideals

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Commentary – Striving for American Ideals Early in our nation’s history the concept of equality and freedom in religion and thought was the cornerstone of something new in the world. On March 4, 1681, King Charles II of England granted William Penn forty-five thousand acres to pay a 6,000 pound debt owed to Penn’s father, […]