Twila Brase is president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom. Twila is a registered nurse, a certified public health nurse and author of the eight-time award-winning book, Big Brother in the Exam Room: The Dangerous Truth About Electronic Health Records. She’s the speaker on the daily “Health Freedom Minute” heard on stations across the nation. Additionally, her efforts led to a national law requiring parent consent for research using newborn DNA, a national campaign exposing HIPAA as a data-sharing rule, an online nationwide directory of direct-pay-practices, The Wedge of Health Freedom and the Patient Toolbox designed to help patients understand their options in coercive situations and maintain control over their treatment decisions.
On September 18th, on CBS television’s 60 Minutes program, President Joe Biden declared that the COVID pandemic is over. If it is over, what are the ramifications?
Twila commented that if the pandemic is over, then there are things that go away such as the emergency use authorizations. So if we don’t have a pandemic, yet the government lifts the emergency declarations, then the EUA’s would go away. There are EUA’s on all the injections, masks, and many other things yet they’re being imposed even though they may not work well or haven’t been fully tested and they couldn’t be mandated if they were no longer authorized.
She went on to note that there’s lots of money behind all this. One example she gave is hospitals that are going after COVID funds and no one wants to “shut off the spigot.”
Audio clips are featured from President Biden and White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre who attempted to explain Biden’s comments that the pandemic is over. You’ll also hear from Dr. Anthony Fauci, Christine Anderson of the European Union, along with the emotional testimony of a pediatric nurse who spoke before the San Diego Country Board of Supervisors.
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