Miami Health Dept Officials caught lying about forced vaccinations
(POPEYE) Last week Thursday myself and another member of FEDERALJACK went to one of multiple town hall style meetings here in Miami Dade county concerning the swine flu. During the question and answer period of the meeting we were able to get some truth out to the people and back up a concerned mother of three young children when the Health Dept Officials tried to tiptoe their way around her questions. Her first question is what brings me back today to write this article, you see she asked what are the chances of forced vaccinations and how could she defend herself and children against them. The Health Dept Official answered her by saying there were no plans for forced vaccines in Florida and that the vaccine was not mandatory. Although he tried to say it was only in New York that it was mandatory and only for health care workers he failed to mention the recent bill passed by the State of Massachusetts making forced vaccines “legal” in that state. Now as bad as that all is I didn’t realize until today that he had lied to us even more blatantly…..there is a Florida law already on the books stating that “by any means necessary” (read police) the state can vaccinate you or quarantine you if it is a public health concern. Think I’m lying or trying to make up a “conspiracy theory”, click here and read it for yourself, there is no question about the statute. The only question is whether the state will declare a health emergency this fall. There is no definition of “practical method to quarantine” either.
4. Ordering an individual to be examined, tested, vaccinated, treated, or quarantined for communicable diseases that have significant morbidity or mortality and present a severe danger to public health. Individuals who are unable or unwilling to be examined, tested, vaccinated, or treated for reasons of health, religion, or conscience may be subjected to quarantine.
a. Examination, testing, vaccination, or treatment may be performed by any qualified person authorized by the State Health Officer.
b. If the individual poses a danger to the public health, the State Health Officer may subject the individual to quarantine. If there is no practical method to quarantine the individual, the State Health Officer may use any means necessary to vaccinate or treat the individual.
Any order of the State Health Officer given to effectuate this paragraph shall be immediately enforceable by a law enforcement officer under s. 381.0012.
(2) Individuals who assist the State Health Officer at his or her request on a volunteer basis during a public health emergency are entitled to the benefits specified in s. 110.504(2), (3), (4), and (5).
I then come to find out that there is a former airforce officer fighting this law in court here in Florida.
Woman suing over vaccine has 60 days to find attorney
MILTON — Carmen Reynolds has 60 days to find a civil rights attorney to handle her lawsuit against the state of Florida.
Santa Rosa County Circuit Judge Ron Swanson on Thursday granted the continuance and denied the state’s motion to dismiss the case.
Reynolds has named Gov. Charlie Crist, Attorney General Bill McCollum and Florida Surgeon General Ana Viamonte as defendants in her complaint that challenges a section in a new statute that allows law enforcement officers to vaccinate a resident in an emergency situation.
The statute says a resident can be forced to be vaccinated, treated or examined if they signify mortality and present a severe danger to the public.
Reynolds, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel who has health issues herself, said the statute infringes on her constitutional rights.
“I have health issues, and with this statute in place, that is not a good thing. This goes against our rights at life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” Reynolds said.
George Wats, an attorney for the state, addressed Swanson by telephone from Tallahassee. He asked Swanson to dismiss the case.
“I’d hate to come back here a month from now and continue it,” said Wats, “I do not see what purpose this would serve.”
According to the motion, the challenge of the statute could only be pursued if the complainant was directly affected by it.
But Swanson told Wats that there is no law that deters a resident from challenging the state in a case such as this.
Reynolds asked Swanson on Thursday for a 30-day continuance on top of the proposed 30 days she had asked for in the motion.
“This will allow me time to seek an attorney,” said Reynolds. “I asked for 60 instead of the 30 that was in my motion to allow time for feedback.”
Swanson granted the 60-day continuance and set a new hearing date was set for Dec. 1.
Reynolds will now be given two months to find a civil rights attorney.
“Nobody wants to touch this case. It takes a civil rights attorney, and there is only one in (Santa Rosa County),” she said.
Thats right folks, a sovereign citizen, fighting the state law on behalf of us all, can’t get a “civil rights attorney” to help out and the ever useless ACLU won’t help her until they come to her door and either vaccinate her forcefully or drag her off to camp, then they will help….. gee thanks. Its time for us as sovereign citizens to stand up for ourselves because the little weasels who are supposed to be helping us won’t. Email, call, write, or visit your state Reps and tell them this law is unconstitutional, and if they try to vaccinate you remember Nancy Reagan’s motto “just say no”. If we don’t stand up for our rights they are as good as gone.