The roundtable discussion by two American lawyers was on the topic of promoting medical freedom in the US during COVID-19. Boston based attorney Dimitrios Ioannidis, a partner in a law firm practicing primarily in the areas of international law and civil litigation was joined by attorney Jonathan Diener from New Mexico, who is a member of the Americans Frontline Doctors legal team that filed papers in the Federal District Court of the District of Alabama based on an expert whistleblower’s declaration that at least 45,000 have been killed by the Covid-19 vaccine.
The two attorneys discussed in general the legislative measures that have been taken by many states in the United States over the last year or so following the announcement by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that employers could require workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as long as these regulations did not violate the Americans with Disabilities and the Civil Rights acts. The federal guidance prompted lawmakers in many states to introduce legislation that prohibited businesses from requiring COVID-19 vaccinations to work. Also, some State legislatures have filed proposals to prohibit COVID-19 vaccines as a requirement for attending schools.
Attorney Ioannidis mentioned that 141 different legislative bills have been introduced in the US, with 117 of them related to employer mandates, 53 of them related to school mandates, and 32 of them related to vaccine passports. Six States, Arkansas, Florida, Montana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Utah have an acted legislation to limit Covid vaccine mandates. At least 11 states have banned the use of vaccine passports. Florida however went even further preventing businesses along with government agencies and schools from requiring customers to prove they are vaccinated against or have recovered from COVID-19.
Attorney Diener summarized the federal case filed in Alabama which was against the Secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, the US Department of Health and Human Services, the Food and Drug Administration, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institute of Health, and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Attorney Diener explained the basis of the claim, specifically citing how the Emergency Use Authorizations were obtained in violation of the law, given that the vaccines were not fully tested and approved by the FDA to be sold to American consumers. Also, the PCR test marketed as COVID-19 diagnostic tool is completely failing and the vaccines are inadequately tested experimental and dangerous biological agents that have the potential to cause substantially greater harm than the COVID-19 virus and the COVID-19 disease itself. Attorney Diener also articulated the changes in the registration of the cause of death in death certificates in the United States and how that affected the increase in numbers of deaths related to Covid-19. He also discussed how vaccinated people were not properly tested and therefore the deaths of fully vaccinated people were not properly recorded either. He also explained how the vaccines appear to be linked to a range of profoundly serious medical complications which include myocarditis, miscarriage, irregular vaginal bleeding, clotting disorder, strokes, vascular damage, and autoimmune disease. At the end of the presentation, attorney Diener articulated that there is hope in the battle against mandatory vaccines as there are several different decisions by judges in the United States that appear to be supporting the movement against such mandates.