Deluge of COVID Lawsuits Imminent?

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The dam appears to finally be breaking. We may yet see some modicum of justice for the COVID criminals, perpetrators of the worst organized crime conspiracy in world history.

Whatever the reasons for the rats fleeing the sinking ship, the likes of CDC Director Robert Redfield and CNN news actor Chris Cuomo, formerly one of the most fanatical COVIDians in the corporate state media, are singing like canaries, with increasingly explicit admissions of the Public Health™ and pharmaceutical industry crimes that have yet to be punished four years since the rollout of the so-called pandemic.

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Perhaps it’s that they can sense a shift in both public sentiment as well as the beginnings of legal accountability for the guilty parties.

A higher court, as just one example, recently remanded a lawsuit filed against a Long Island school district for force-masking a ten-year-old girl suffering from asthma after a lower court dismissed it with no due process to the plaintiff.

Via The Defender (emphasis added):

“Sarah Doe,” a 10-year-old with severe asthma and anxiety who sued her school after it denied her request for a medical exemption from the district’s mask mandate, may get her day in court after all.

In a victory for students with disabilities and their families, an appeals court reversed the dismissal of Sarah’s lawsuit alleging the Franklin Square Union Free School District in Long Island, New York, violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 when it refused to accommodate her medical exemption.

Children’s Health Defense (CHD) sued the school district on behalf of Sarah in September 2021 and filed an amended complaint in January 2022. A district court dismissed the complaint in March 2023.

But the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit last week ruled the lower court wrongly dismissed the suit because, under the ADA, the courts can’t excuse the school from its federal obligation to accommodate disabled children without examining the evidence and specific details of each child’s situation.

In another lawsuit, a participant in the AstraZeneca COVID vax trial is now suing on breach-of-contract grounds.

Via New York Post (emphasis added):

A Utah mother who says she was “permanently disabled” after taking part in the US clinical trial of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine is suing the drug manufacturer because it failed to cough up enough cash to cover her medical expenses…

“I walked into the clinic fine, and walked out the beginning of a nightmare I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy,” Dressen said, per the court papers...

The mom of two has accused AstraZeneca of breaching its contract by failing to provide adequate compensation to cover the costs of the medical bills associated with her side effects, which she says have “skyrocketed” in the years since taking the vaccine.

She claims she had signed a consent form with the manufacturer at the beginning of the trial that said AstraZeneca would “pay the costs of medical treatment for research injuries, provided that the costs are reasonable, and you did not cause the injury yourself,” the suit says.

Dressen, however, said AstraZeneca only offered her a one-time payment of $1,243.30.

That is a “minuscule fraction of the medical bills and lost wages, among other financial costs, that Bri had incurred and will continue to incur,” the suit says.

The evidence of both the pharmaceutical industry’s and the Public Health™ agencies’ malfeasance continues to mount, further undermining the credibility of these institutions and, likely, further exposing them to lawsuits.

Via The Defender (emphasis added):

A longtime aide to former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) director Dr. Anthony Fauci allegedly boasted in emails about his ability to evade public records requests and his intention to delete any potential “smoking guns,” a congressional hearing revealed Thursday.

Former National Institutes of Health (NIH) acting director Lawrence Tabak testified before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, which has been investigating an American research organization at the center of suspicions that the COVID-19 pandemic may have resulted from a lab accident in Wuhan.

The hearing follows an announcement Wednesday that this organization — EcoHealth Alliance, helmed by President Peter Daszak — has had its federal funding suspended and could be on track to be debarred from federal funding for years.

Former NIH Director Francis Collins recently acknowledged that he and his colleagues invented the “six feet social distancing” mantra out of thin air, with no scientific justification whatsoever; it was all propaganda designed to terrify the public into huddling indoors in eager anticipation of liberation via needle tip.

Via The Federalist (emphasis added):

On March 22, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued what amounted to placebo guidance advising Americans to avoid mass gatherings and remain at least six feet apart from each other. The warnings were stark. One research paper published in the NIH’s National Library of Medicine was titled, ‘Six feet apart or six feet under: The impact of COVID-19 on the Black Community.’

The businesses the government deemed essential — the supermarkets, the pharmacies, the big-box retailers — marked the dividing lines, two yards between life and death, on the floors and in checkout lines… 

The six feet of separation recommendation had real life consequences. This guideline made it nearly impossible for schools nationwide to re-open due to the pressure from teachers unions to follow this guideline. In addition, businesses had to adapt at great cost or risk complete closure,’ states a Thursday subcommittee staff memo on the Collins interview.


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