The Conspiracy Against Rights

To quote George Carlin, “You don’t need a formal conspiracy when interests converge.” This is perhaps one of the quotes I think about the most in regards to what we have witnessed over the last 3+ years, and the potential and ongoing fall out in regards to bio digital convergence and other attempts of government overreach. All are encroachments on our civil liberties, but is there a conspiracy afoot and if so how do we prove it and what can we do about it? This brings me to 18 USC 241: Conspiracy Against Rights. If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same. So when every federal agency had threatened and intimidated their employees to get vaccinated under the false premise of a legally licensed vaccine being available to them, were those agencies involved in this conspiracy? And if we can’t prove every agency, maybe we can just look at the Military. This may come as a shock to some of the snottier veterans and civilians out there, but “signing on the dotted line” is not an abdication of your civil liberties. Just breathe through it, you’ll be fine. 

With the assist from Neil Gorsuch in a recent opinion on Title 42, I want to revisit the notion that there was in fact a conspiracy against rights perpetrated by our own government. Here is what Gorsuch said, “Federal executive officials entered the act too. Not just with emergency immigration decrees. They deployed a public-health agency to regulate landlord-tenant relations nationwide. They used a workplace-safety agency to issue a vaccination mandate for most working Americans. They threatened to fire noncompliant employees, and warned that service members who refused to vaccinate might face dishonorable discharge and confinement. Along the way, it seems federal officials may have pressured social-media companies to suppress information about pandemic policies with which they disagreed.” Incredible.

So to determine the applicability lets look at some factually accurate background. In early August, 2021 Secretary Austin said that if by September the FDA did not have an approved product he would get a waiver from the President. Big signal here that LaLoyd understands the letter of the law, 10 USC 1107a. If you aren’t familiar, bless your heart. Conveniently a couple of weeks later, the FDA approves the Biologics Licensing Agreement (BLA) for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, allegedly called Comirnaty (still MIA). Then low and behold a military vaccine mandate drops, then FRAGO 5 telling commanders to ensure the availability of the vaccine, then on the same day the Memo From Terry Adirim ordering health providers to use the EUA labeled product to vaccinate because some bullshit interchangeability statement from the FDA is released. And now we have fire. But why would we need that memo if commanders had ensured the availability of the correct licensed vaccine? This creates a circular argument, commanders get off the hook because Terry Adirim said use the EUA vaccine, and around it goes. I know this for a fact because it is exactly how the situation was handled in my own family, but I digress. 

What we know is that on August 23, 2021, the same day the vaccine licensing agreement was approved it was also expired. Meaning that Comirnaty, the legally licensed product, was not going to be available (ever from the looks of it since it still doesn’t exist anywhere except in the minds of our regulators). Making the interchangeability statements from the FDA and the Adirim memo absolutely crucial to carrying out a fraud on the American people and service members since it is illegal to mandate an EUA product despite how hard the lawyers want to manipulate the law to allow it. So we 100% know that the civil liberties were violated, but what makes it a conspiracy? The knowledge that these actions were coordinated? Did the FDA think that an approval would increase the likelihood more people would get vaccinated and give cover for mandates? That’s exactly what they thought, and were working on how to make that happen with just the EUA product available.

But before we look at the inner workings of the FDA, lets consider this excerpt from a Congressional Report on Conspiracies, “In determining whether they are faced with a single conspiracy or a rimless collection of overlapping schemes, the courts typically look for “‘whether a common goal existed [among the conspirators],’ ‘the nature of underlying scheme,’ and ‘the overlap of participants.’ ‘It is important to note that separate transactions are not necessarily separate conspiracies, so long as the conspirators act in concert to further a common goal.’” Now to the FDA. 

The same Q&A page that housed the “interchangeability” statements. Which is a rather lengthy email exchange and gives some stark insight into the deliberative process of these sycophants. And onward. 

In that email I am curious, what is “The Operation”? Is it Operation Warp Speed, the same Operation lead by the military? The same operation that put military personnel in vaccine facilities to help produce the vaccines overseas after BARDA requested what type of vaccine each manufacturer should make? Yes, that did happen. And what about this timeline? The FDA knew that a licensed product would not be available but knew mandates would be emerging. Why didn’t they speak out? Isn’t it their duty as regulators? I can’t get a cantaloupe if someone gets listeria and there is a recall, but we can create the illusion of having a licensed product knowing damn well you don’t? And that is the entire point, they knew they did not have the product and yet they did nothing. 

This is where the conspiracy begins assuming, and I mean I am just assuming that the OPERATION is the same operation led by General Perna and about 36 other military leaders. This is where FDA gives cover to the agencies to threaten, intimidate and oppress. Without the sham of the vaccine approval or licensure, the mandates would have easily been thrown out, but the FDA created such a web of convoluted half truths and documents hidden away in the archives, it made it difficult for the “lay person” to understand or to even access the information if they wanted to. And they did not go out of their way to inform the public. Instead they act as though a footnote in a Letter of Authorization on a website or on a Fact Sheet is enough legal cover that they didn’t need to be clearer about the situation. They didn’t do more because it behooved them not to. They knew what they were doing. They knew it so much that they allowed Pfizer to create a list of “BLA manufactured, EUA labeled” aka “BLA Compliant” vaccines to give another level of cover. This is illegal as there is no EUA labeled BLA compliant product because that is antithetical to the law. What is more interesting is that the FDA requested that list. Why would they do that? 

But what do I know? Maybe I am just a conspiracy noticer. But as a parting note I will leave this quote from Justice Gorsuch that I think perfectly sums up all the action by the FDA, DOD and every other useless business or agency that violated the rights on their people, “Doubtless, many lessons can be learned from this chapter in our history, and hopefully serious efforts will be made to study it. One lesson might be this: Fear and the desire for safety are powerful forces. They can lead to a clamor for action—almost any action—as long as someone does something to address a perceived threat. A leader or an expert who claims he can fix everything, if only we do exactly as he says, can prove an irresistible force.”

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