Freedom Wins



Published On: June 1, 2024Tags: , , , ,
  • Moderna’s first quarter 2024 financial report reveals a 91% decline in sales compared to the previous year, which the company says was primarily due to a lack of Covid-19 vaccine sales. In the first quarter of 2024, Moderna made $167 million in sales of its only product on the market, its COVID-19 vaccine, Spikevax—down 91% from the $1.9 billion it reported in the same quarter last year. Pfizer also reported a revenue decline in the first quarter of 2024—down 44% from $5.5 billion to $3.1 billion.
  • An arbitrator has revoked part of Canada Post’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for employees, ruling it was “unreasonable” to suspend remote staff without pay for not confirming their vaccination status. The ruling comes in response to a case filed by the Union of Postal Communications Employees.
  • Dr Sherri Tenpenny, a doctor whose views on COVID-19 vaccinations drew complaints, has her medical license reinstated. Tenpenny, MD, first made international headlines when she testified against the use of COVID-19 vaccines before Ohio state lawmakers in 2021.

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  • The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has suspended EcoHealth Alliance from all program funding and proposed barring the organization from future funding and government contracts. EcoHealth is the organization that allegedly ran the gain-of-function research out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology (where SARS-CoV-2 is suspected to have leaked from). In their letter to the head of EcoHealth, the HHS noted, “There is adequate evidence in the record for this debarment cause and that immediate action is necessary to protect the public interest.” The move to cut EcoHealth’s funding comes two weeks after a US House of Representatives committee investigating the COVID-19 pandemic called for a criminal investigation into Peter Daszak, Ph.D., president of EcoHealth.
  • Bill HR 8519, US legislation aimed at ending the practice of spending taxpayer money to fund various censorship and “disinformation” research programs, is on its way. In a press release announcing the bill, Congressman Thomas Massie said that the publishing of the Twitter Files – a batch of internal documents showing how the government and this social platform colluded in the previous period – played a pivotal role in opening the public’s eyes to the realities of the situation.
  • In a dramatic turn of the narrative, The New York Times has released an extensive article on injuries related to COVID-19 vaccines following a year-long investigation. On May 3, 2024, The New York Times posted an article on their homepage entitled “Thousands Believe Covid Vaccines Harmed Them. Is Anyone Listening?” The article cites many experts, including Dr. Janet Woodcock, a long-time leader of the FDA. She admitted that some recipients had experienced “serious” and “life-changing” reactions beyond those described by federal agencies.
  • Scotland’s first minister, Humza Yousaf, chooses to resign rather than face a no-confidence vote after supporting controversial new hate crime laws. Back in April, Yousaf implemented a hate crime law criminalizing the “stirring up of” hatred against some groups, particularly transgender. The law targets “threatening language,” even when it causes no actual harm, is discussed in a private setting, and is not intended to incite a specific act.
  • The “Queer Storytime Adventures for KIDS & Families” program in British Columbia has been removed from public school libraries. As a result of concerned parents speaking out and amongst rumors of potential future protests, it is now being held in a private location.
  • A Quebec court has authorized two separate class-action lawsuits against YouTube and Facebook for allegedly censoring posts and videos critical of COVID-19 measures and vaccines. Judge Granosik said in his judgment that “Freedom of expression does not only mean freedom of speech, but also freedom of publication and freedom of creation.” The judge then quotes from the Supreme Court of Canada, saying, “It is difficult to imagine a guaranteed freedom which is more important than freedom of expression in a democratic society.”
  • Two states have passed laws—and two states have bills pending—intended to prevent the World Health Organization from overriding states’ authority on matters of public health policy. Utah and Florida passed laws and Louisiana and Oklahoma have legislation set to take effect soon, pending final votes.
  • World Council for Health delivered a Notice of Liability to individuals at the WHO this week, including Director-General Tedros. The notice addressed both corporate and personal liability in wrongdoing. It states: “Based on your authority as the designated WHO Director-General, the majority of people around the world trusted your words when you stated that Covid-19 GMOs and gene therapies were ‘safe and effective.’ This claim cannot be substantiated …the right to free and informed consent was violated… Your failure to advise on, recommend, promote and ensure free and informed consent for these Covid-19 GMO gene therapies can be prosecuted for both breach of your duty of care as well as for battery.” The WHO and its employees can no longer say they are ignorant of the issues and public concerns.
  • All 49 Republican senators, led by Senator Ron Johnson, have formally urged President Joe Biden to withdraw his support in expanding the World Health Organization’s (WHO) pandemic authority. The letter, sent ahead of the 77th World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, argues that the WHO’s mishandling of the COVID-19 crisis underscores the need for major reforms rather than granting it more power. The senators warn that such an expansion could threaten US sovereignty and constitutional rights, emphasizing that any international agreement enhancing WHO’s authority should be treated as a treaty, requiring a two-thirds supermajority vote in the Senate for approval.