Sign the petition calling for an end to censorship of alternative health information
08/20/2020 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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Sign the petition calling for an end to censorship of alternative health information

Despite signing a so-called “Right to Try” bill that allows for terminally ill patients to take “unapproved, experimental” Big Pharma drugs, President Trump has yet to make any formidable attempt at setting free “alternative” healthcare remedies that are either being censored or criminalized, to the detriment of public health.

Nearly four years into his tenure and Trump has yet to take a stand against the unjust “War on Drugs,” nor has his administration even tried to dismantle the systemic corruption that keeps alternative medical treatments under strict lock and key. Consequently, a petition has been formed calling on Trump to stop ignoring these crimes against humanity and get to work.

Entitled, “Stop the government from criminalizing and censoring alternative healthcare information,” the petition explains that We the People have a constitutional right to use substances like chlorine dioxide, a detoxifying agent that has just been approved for use in Bolivia, but that remains a point of contention here in the United States. It also calls on other substances currently illegal or maligned to be freed from the clutches of prohibition, which continues to stand in opposition to a free and just American society.

“The FDA appears to be in full assault mode on anyone [who] educates the public regarding this [phenomenon]. Specifically, Mark Grennon [sic] and his family,” the petition states.

In case you missed it, the Grenons are being held as religious prisoners due to the corruption and tyranny of the FDA, which disapproves of their selling of chlorine dioxide as a remedy for a variety of ailments, including the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).


“They (the FDA) have a financial conflict of interest when inexpensive, non pharmaceutical agents successfully heal or detoxify,” the petition adds. “Allowing any governmental agency to restrict a citizens [sic] right to use or discuss any such substance is potentially life threatening and should be stopped. Please sign.”

You can read and sign the petition at this link.

Constitutionally speaking, Americans already have the right to use whatever health remedies they see fit

Nowhere in the Constitution is the government given the authority to restrict plants, food, or anything else from the public. The government simply took it upon itself from long ago to grant itself that authority, and for whatever reason Americans accepted this unconstitutional power grab.

People are waking up, though, and coming to the realization that government entities like the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the FDA exist and operate far outside the bounds of what is constitutionally permitted. In many ways, these agencies should not even exist in the first place, seeing as how their job is to persecute and tyrannize anyone who dares to leave the Big Pharma plantation.

If President Trump is truly a man of the people as he claims, then he has a moral duty to fight for the abolishment of these agencies, and the restoration of health freedom for all Americans. It is simply not enough to say that people have a “right to try” untested pharmaceutical drugs when they are still being deprived of legal access to cannabis, for instance.

Though not as professionally written as we would have hoped, this petition calling on the government to respect health freedom is a necessary next-step towards restoring what is rightfully ours as Americans.

Even though there are penalties currently in place for exercising it, we do already have the right to try whatever we wish for our own health. Hopefully we will now be successful in attaining the ability to do so without fear of persecution or imprisonment.

For more related news about government persecution against those who dare to leave the pharmaceutical plantation, be sure to check out

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