Over 3,200 pages of Dr. Anthony Fauci emails contain at least one reference to Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. A National Institutes of Health (NIH) doctor – Peter Kilmarx – sent an email in April 2020 stating that DeWine would be part of a group of Republican governors who would be “most interested and helpful” to “encourage implementation and create demand” for a COVID-19 Response Corps.
The email was sent after an Op-Ed written by Congresswoman Susan Brooks (R-IN) and Congressman Ami Bera (D-CA) was published on the Centers for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) website. The email reads like a tactical command to tap U.S. governors, among others, to drum up demand for a global COVID response force.
The Op-Ed is here.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine (R) is exploiting poor people’s despair to coerce them into taking Big Pharma’s experimental mRNA therapy “vaccines.”
DeWine announced Wednesday that he’s going to raid Ohio’s federal COVID relief funds to carry out a multi-million dollar lotto giveaway for adults who get vaxxed.
“If this is not illegal, it should be,” said Alex Berenson. “It’s certainly unethical, doubly so because the vaccines have not received full approval.”
American COVID-19 concerns have led to recommendations and mandates that many believe have been and continue to be unsafe, invasive, extreme, ineffective, and unnecessary. This includes “contract tracing” for school children and adults (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
Since COVID vaccines became readily available, the focus has shifted to pressuring Americans to “get the shot” despite increasing reports, testimonies, and warnings about side effects and deaths after receiving it. Children’s Health Defense has been tirelessly updating their newsletter with incidents that are often being glazed over or sparsely reported at all. Recent media coverage by Bill Maher and Tucker Carlson have also provided viewers with reasons to be hesitant about “rolling up their sleeves”. Of course, American vaccine side effects, injuries and deaths have been happening for decades (see 1, 2, 3,). That’s also why many remain hesitant.
But none of this has stopped the push to “take the shot” by businesses and elected officials. Last month, Kentucky governor, Andy Beshear offered to lift additional mandates after 2.5 million residents were vaccinated. Last night Ohio governor Mike DeWine announced that he is cancelling COVID mandates and using federal funds to set up a lottery for vax recipients.
An Ohio man and founder of EmpowerUOhio, a free university, filed a lawsuit against the Ohio State Board of Education alleging that they had banned citizens from being able to voice criticism about The 1619 Project.
In the lawsuit filed Monday, Daniel Regenold states that by refusing to allow citizens to voice their concerns about the 1619 Project, the board of education had infringed upon people’s 1st and 4th amendment rights, The Daily Wire reported.
The board adopted a resolution called, “Resolution to Condemn Racism and to Advance Equity and Opportunity of Black Students and Students of Color,” on July 14, 2020. The resolution promoted “Marxist ideologies of critical race theory,” as well as “the false proposition of systemic racism.”
This one should make any 2nd Amendment supporter angry. An Ohio man was denied when he tried to renew his concealed carry permit.
Lamont Gist attempted to renew his permit just outside of Cleveland at a sheriff’s office. When the staff told him he was being rejected, he began recording the conversation because he felt the denial was unfair.
“I got my social; I got both my IDs right here, how can you not establish my identity? You’re not explaining to me why,” he said.
Gist told Cleveland 19 that he “originally got his CCW in 2016 after a man robbed and shot him near St. Clair and East 112th street.”
“I just know I was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and luckily I made it out alive,” he said, noting that he still has one of the bullets in his body.
”I never carried a gun before I got shot,” Gist said. “The CCW is for my protection and nothing else. I’m not out here being a violent person.”
The deputies denied his renewal because he appeared in a rap video with his brother. One of the officials held up a picture from the video, which was uploaded to YouTube in 2018.
Three Ohio House Republicans have drafted articles of impeachment against Gov. Mike DeWine, claiming many of his administration’s coronavirus orders are unconstitutional and violate Ohioans’ civil liberties.
While the chances of DeWine, a Greene County Republican, being removed from office are very slim, the articles of impeachment reflect ongoing dissatisfaction from many conservative lawmakers about the governor’s coronavirus response.
A resolution introduced by state Rep. John Becker, a Clermont County Republican, includes 10 articles of impeachment against DeWine which claim he:
- Violated the separation of powers by having the Ohio Department of Health issue orders outside the scope of its authority that are “tantamount to creating new laws”
- “Conspired” with Secretary of State Frank LaRose to cancel the March 17 primary election, citing a health emergency, then tried to reschedule it for June 2 without legislative approval (the legislature subsequently passed a law setting an all-mail primary on April 28)
- Unconstitutionally ordered the closure of businesses because of coronavirus fears, which “resulted in record-high unemployment, causing not only increased poverty, increased depression, increased despair, and increased suicides, but also the necessity for state budget cuts impacting schools and social programs when they are needed most”
- “Failed to anticipate or plan for more than a million newly unemployed Ohioans who suffered the additional indignity of being unable to communicate with an overwhelmed Department of Job and Family Services to file claims,” and “demonstrated grotesque discrimination against the medical health and welfare of the general population by denying nonemergency healthcare”
- Ordered the shutdown of schools, “a power that belongs exclusively to the State Board of Education.” After schools reopened, DeWine “ordered that all students wear face coverings, which violates students’ civil liberties”
- “Has repeatedly proven his incompetence by providing wildly inaccurate forecasts and repeatedly misleading COVID-19 data; and committed misfeasance and malfeasance with his policy prescriptions, which have proven to be far worse than the virus itself.”
- Had his administration issue a “stay-at-home” order for Ohioans, which violated citizens’ due-process rights and civil liberties.
- Required Ohioans to wear face masks in houses of worship, in violation of the First Amendment
- Issued face-mask rule that “promotes fear, turns neighbors against neighbors, and contracts the economy by making people fearful to leave their homes.” The resolution also states that “for the general population wearing face coverings, people are more likely to infect themselves with COVID-19” (Health officials generally agree that wearing a face covering provides more protection than not wearing a mask)
- Temporarily banned liquor sales to non-Ohio residents in six counties near the Pennsylvania border, in violation of the U.S. Constitution, which gives Congress the power to regulate interstate commerce.
Besides Becker, the other two co-sponsors of the impeachment resolution include Republican state Reps. Nino Vitale of Champaign County and Paul Zeltwanger of Warren County, according to a website set up to promote the measure.
For DeWine to be removed from office, a majority of the House would need to approve the resolution, and two-thirds of the Ohio Senate would then have to vote to convict him.
The Ohio Department of Health has reportedly banned the use of hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19. The rule goes into effect Thursday.
Ohio Department of Health spokesperson Melanie Amato made the announcement, saying the drug touted by President Donald Trump is “not an effective treatment.”
According to WHIO, the rule “prohibits selling or dispensing hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19.”
This comes after a group of Doctors held “America’s Frontline Doctors Summit” in Washington, D.C., in which the medical experts praised the use of hydroxychloroquine and some said there was no need for a mask mandate or economic shutdown.
Cuyahoga County — which houses Cleveland, Ohio — has created a hotline so that people can tattle on their neighbors for not wearing masks. Ironically, the county executive claims that they “want people to [wear masks] voluntarily.”
Cuyahoga County has taken Ohio governor Mike DeWine’s mask order to the next level by establishing a hotline that allows people to report others for not wearing what is now considered proper attire in the new era of the Chinese coronavirus, according to a report by Cleveland.com.
The report added that the governor’s mask order will largely rely upon complaints filed by the public, rather than proactive policing.
“This is not intended to be going out and finding people not wearing masks,” insisted Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish in an announcement on Friday. “We want people to wear their masks — we want people to do it voluntarily.”
“There’s not enough people in law enforcement throughout the county to track down people, chase them around and figure out who we can go after for not wearing a mask,” added Budish.
After a complaint is filed, county workers will then contact the person or business to inform them that they have been reported. Complaints will also be forwarded to the Board of Health, as well as the relevant city or village.
The Sheriff’s Department could reportedly investigate or potentially file charges if the violator of the mask order is the subject of repeated complaints.