(Article by Katherine Watt republished from AllNewsPipeLine.com)
One of the phrases being pushed into the public consciousness is the admonition to “stay up-to-date” on “vaccines.” It appears in many places, including roadside advertising signs outside retail pharmacies.
Brook Jackson’s False Claims Act case, from her first report to the Food and Drug Administration on Sept. 25, 2020 about clinical trial fraud she witnessed, through her formal report to the Department of Defense on Dec. 14, 2020, to the order of dismissal filed by a federal judge on March 31, 2023, has revealed that all products labeled and promoted by the US Government (military and health officials) as ‘vaccines’ are presumptively biochemical weapons manufactured by pharmaceutical companies, to war department (DoD) specifications, to intentionally injure recipients, under military weapons procurement contracts.
The next round of heavily-pushed toxic injections will probably be the Fall 2023 Covid-flu-RSV formulation, which has been PREP-Act supported (for manufacturer and batterer impunity from criminal prosecution for medical battery and homicide) by the most-recent Public Health Emergency declaration formulation.
The eleventh amendment to the original, March 10, 2020 declaration under the PREP Act for medical countermeasures against COVID-19, identifies “the burden on healthcare providers caused by coterminous seasonal influenza infections and COVID-19 infections” as the “category of disease, health condition or health threat” justifying uninterrupted medicalized martial law nationwide, as directed by HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, effective May 11, 2023.
I therefore urge readers to stay out-of-date.
Steer clear of the men and women stationed in retail pharmacies. They are military mercenaries camouflaged in scrubs and white coats, armed with vials and hypodermic syringes of poison.
This is not medical advice. This is self-defense advice.
‘Vaccines’ are not medicines. They are camouflaged weapons of covert war.
Daily Clout’s letter to US Department of Justice
Last week, a reader sent me a link to a letter sent on July 5, 2023 to the US Department of Justice, by Attorney Scott Street of John Howard’s firm, on behalf of Naomi Wolf’s DailyClout organization.
In the letter, Street writes to DOJ “to urge the Department of Justice to bring a claim against Pfizer, Inc., for fraud in inducing the United States government to agree to buy Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine.”
Perplexed, I asked Naomi Wolf, through an intermediary because she doesn’t communicate with me directly, if she had personally authorized the letter to DOJ to be sent on DailyClout’s behalf.
The intermediary asked me to explain why I asked.
It’s my understanding that Naomi Wolf, and the leadership team at DailyClout, are aware of Brook Jackson’s False Claims Act case, her notification of FDA in Sept. 2020, her notification of DoD in Dec. 2020, her filing with DOJ in January 2021, DOJ’s year-long refusal to investigate, followed by DOJ’s Jan. 2022 notice of election to decline intervention, Brook’s refiling as a private citizen, Pfizer’s April 2022 Motion to Dismiss, DOJ’s Oct. 2022 re-entry into the case to support Pfizer’s motion to dismiss, and the dismissal by USDJ Michael Truncale on March 31, 2023.
In light of that information, I would like to know if Naomi Wolf personally authorized the filing of an identical False Claims Act case that makes no reference to Brook Jackson’s False Claims Act case…
After several days, Naomi Wolf replied, through the intermediary, with a non-response response, neither confirming nor denying that she personally authorized the July 5, 2023 DailyClout letter; again making no reference to Brook Jackson’s case; and describing the DailyClout letter as containing “a better description of the law and the facts” and as “an exercise of my/our First Amendment petitioning rights.”
Is Naomi Wolf aware of Brook Jackson’s False Claims Act case?
Is Attorney Scott Street aware of Brook Jackson’s False Claims Act case?
Is Attorney John Howard aware of Brook Jackson’s False Claims Act case?
I think John Howard is aware of Jackson v. Pfizer et al, and its implications, because I participated in a live Zoom meeting to personally brief him on Nov. 21, 2022, and compiled and submitted a 45-page summary memo for him and his colleagues. The Zoom meeting was arranged by Leslie Manookian of the Health Freedom Defense Fund, who followed up with an email to John Howard two days later, summarizing her own understanding of Jackson v. Pfizer:
“There is a case against Pfizer by a whistleblower named Brooke Jackson. She ran one of the clinical trials for Ventavia, one of Pfizer’s contractors. Jackson reported a spectrum of violations to FDA and was fired. She and her attorneys sued Pfizer under the False Claims Act.
In Pfizer’s motion to dismiss, Pfizer’s lawyers explain that Pfizer was free to do whatever they wanted - that they didn't even have to do clinical trials because they were acting under a contract with the DoD, an “Other Transaction Authority” which only requires Pfizer to produce prototypes.
They also state that they conducted trials with respect to the efficacy of the “vaccine” but this is untrue as as a Pfizer exec testified to the European parliament that they had not done studies to determine whether the shots stopped transmission.”
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