Has Maricopa County Election Board Committed Treason?

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STOP what you are doing and WATCH this. This is the BEST explanation of Maricopa County Election-Day Disaster you will ever watch

Brave Arizonan confronts Maricopa County: “Every single one of you ought to be ashamed of how Arizona is now the laughing stock of the nation.”

Patriot goes Biblical and recites a Psalm directed at Maricopa corrupt officials essentially calling them venomous snakes.

Kari Lake just released a video and vowed to continue the fight in Arizona after Maricopa County illegally certified their botched election today. She specifically called out Bill Gates and Stephen Richer for the criminals that they are.

Maricopa County Votes to Certify Election Results

By Allan Stein
November 28, 2022 Updated: November 29, 2022

PHOENIX, Ariz.—The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted to certify the November midterm general election results despite angry voters claiming the county mishandled the election—if not rigged it.

“It is what it is,” said District 5 board member Steve Gallardo, a Democrat, at the Nov. 28 public meeting in Phoenix.

“This election was safe, secure, and in my opinion, this election is over.”

More than 1.5 million county voters cast ballots, 290,000 on election day alone, a large percentage of them Republican.

However, an estimated 70 of the 223 county voting centers on election day reported printer malfunction that resulted in approximately 16,000 ballots that couldn’t go through the electronic tabulators.

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Maricopa County Supervisor Jack Sellers listens as Election Co-Director Rey Valenzuela explains the voting process on Nov. 8, 2022. (Allan Stein/The Epoch Times)

The situation resulted in long lines of frustrated voters and election workers who instructed them to either spoil their ballots or vote in another location.

Or, they could place their ballots in a secure box for later tabulation.

County officials claimed an estimated 31 percent of the ballot printers didn’t work correctly on election day even though previous tests showed them functioning.

Resetting the printers resolved the problem, they said.

Several poll workers told The Epoch Times that the ballot rejection rate was as high as 52 percent in some locations and continued throughout the day and that some voters left without voting, amounting to “voter suppression.”

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A disgruntled Maricopa County voter gives thumbs down to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors during a public canvass of the midterm election on Nov. 28, 2022. (Allan Stein/The Epoch Times)

The five-member board’s vote on the canvass of the election included presentations by county Recorder Stephen Richer and Election Directors Scott Jarrett and Rey Valenzuela.

Their testimony hoped to put to rest any false claims and “misinformation” that the county mismanaged the election or that fraud was involved.

Voters who wished to speak were given 2 minutes at the podium, some arguing the board had no legal authority to limit their time to make comments.

Some more outspoken voters had to be escorted from the meeting.

Of the 35 speakers, many accused board members of preparing to certify what they considered a fraudulent election.

Others called for a delay in certification until the outcome of legal challenges from Republican candidates is known.

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Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo, a Democrat, during a public meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., on Nov. 28, 2022. (Allan Stein/The Epoch Times)

“This is pure corruption. This is outrageous. This is a national crisis. There is nothing trustworthy about this [public meeting]. It’s just theater—optics,” said David Clements of New Mexico.

Maricopa County includes Phoenix and about 60 percent of Arizona’s population.

On Nov. 27, the Maricopa County Elections Department stated that the county had followed state and federal laws to ensure every voter could cast their ballot.

The report was in response to a request from the office of Attorney General Mark Brnovich, which had asked for a detailed explanation following a “plethora of reports from election workers, poll watchers, voters,” and the county’s admission to widespread equipment malfunction.

Monday’s board meeting was largely self-congratulatory as board members thanked election officials profusely for doing a “spectacular” job running the election despite the myriad problems on election day.

“We have the most transparent election system across this country,” said District 2 Supervisor Thomas Galvin, a Republican.

Allan Stein

Allan Stein is an Epoch Times reporter who covers the state of Arizona.

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Kari Lake Says She ‘Will Become Governor ’ After Attorney General’s Letter

By Jack Phillips
November 20, 2022 Updated: November 20, 2022

Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake proclaimed Saturday that she will become governor after the attorney general’s office demanded explanations on alleged Election Day problems in the state’s largest county.

“The way they run elections in Maricopa County is worse than in banana republics around this world,” Lake, a Republican rising star, told the Daily Mail.

Lake was responding to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office opening an inquiry (pdf) into polling issues in Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix and other cities, following ballot-tabulation issues that were confirmed by Maricopa County officials on Nov. 8. Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright demanded evidence turned over “on or before Maricopa County submits its official canvass to the Secretary of State.”

As of Sunday morning, Lake was trialing Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs by about 18,000 votes. Last week, Hobbs declared victory in the race.

Lake, a former anchor for FOX10 in Phoenix, told the Mail that she believes “at the end of the day that this will be turned around and I don’t know what the solution will be but I still believe I will become governor, and we are going to restore honesty to our elections.”

On Nov. 17, Lake said she would be fighting in the state’s governor’s race after Hobbs declared victory.

“Now I’m busy here collecting evidence and data. Rest assured I have assembled the best and brightest legal team. And we are exploring every avenue to correct the many wrongs that have been done this past week,” she said. “I’m doing everything in my power to right these wrongs. My resolve to fight for you is higher than ever.”

Since then, Lake has posted videos from voters who say they experienced issues during Election Day.

Arizona AG Investigation

On Saturday, Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright wrote to Maricopa County about printer problems on Election Day, which reportedly sparked confusion among voters. Maricopa County official Bill Gates and Recorder Stephen Richer on Nov. 8 told reporters that a printer issue was to blame and told voters to place their ballots in drop boxes.

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Arizona Secretary of State and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs speaks at a press conference calling for abortion rights outside the Evo A. DeConcini Courthouse in Tucson, Arizona, on Oct. 7, 2022. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

“These complaints go beyond pure speculation, but include first-hand witness accounts that raise concerns regarding Maricopa’s lawful compliance with Arizona election law,” Wright wrote. “Furthermore, statements made by both Chairman Gates and Recorder Richer, along with information Maricopa County released through official modes of communication appear to confirm potential statutory violations of title 16.”

Hobbs declared victory earlier in the week after The Associated Press and other news outlets called the race for her.

A spokesperson for her office told local media last week that she is preparing a transition team. “Our job is to find the people who are, whether they’re democrat, independent, republican, that reflect Arizona. reflect the diversity of Arizona and can help deal with some of the challenges that the administration will face,” Mike Haener, the spokesman, said.

Before the midterm elections, Hobbs faced criticism from Lake and other Republicans for not recusing herself from handling the state’s election duties. Two former Arizona secretaries of state had told Time magazine that she should have stepped away from those duties.

But Hobbs, in several interviews, said that her decision was not out of the ordinary.

“Elected secretaries of state in Arizona have overseen elections where they’re on the ballot since statehood. This has never been an issue until now,” Hobbs told CNN several weeks ago.

Jack Phillips BREAKING NEWS REPORTER

Jack Phillips is a breaking news reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.


 

Angry Maricopa Residents Respond

Blunt Election Comments From Angry Maricopa Residents During Board of Supervisors Meeting

Heated reactions come after thousands of votes set aside for later counting after glitches in ballot tabulation process
By Allan Stein
November 17, 2022 Updated: November 17, 2022

Republican voters frustrated with Maricopa County’s handling of the midterm election blasted the county’s board of supervisors on Nov. 16 and called for a new election.

“I’m just disgusted by your behavior and the decisions that you’ve made. Look at all these people out here suffering so badly because of your falsehoods,” said Sheila Roberts of Phoenix during the board’s public comment portion.

While Roberts said she was “pretty frustrated” by the ballot tabulation process on election day, she wanted “transparency and truth” and to “look every one of you in the eyes.

“Please, think about what you’re doing. Represent all of us and make sure all these votes count,” Roberts said.

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A voter places a ballot in a drop box outside of the Maricopa County Elections Department in Phoenix, Ariz., on Aug. 2, 2022. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Matt Baker of Phoenix began shouting at board members when it was his turn to speak.

“Once again, the eyes of the world are upon Maricopa County for another botched election,” he said.

“Am I here to accuse you of stealing the vote? Heavens no. That would make me a terrorist, wouldn’t it?” Baker said, and then asked, “What is more valuable, your vote or your money?”

County election officials estimate that 20 percent of ballot tabulating equipment experienced problems on election day in the county.

Those uncounted ballots, numbering in excess of 17,000, that didn’t get read went into a separate box for later counting at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center in Phoenix. An estimated 25,000 ballots remained uncounted as of Nov. 14, according to Arizona’s secretary of state office.

‘We’re not going to have any outbursts’

At least a dozen speakers, mostly Republican, voiced their frustrations about problems with the county’s electoral process at Nov. 16’s board meeting. Most comments reflected a level of mistrust for the county’s electoral system not seen since the 2020 presidential election.

“It is important that we hear the comments from the people who would like to speak today. So I have chosen to put this on the agenda,” said Board of Supervisors chairman Bill Gates just before the live YouTube feed quit working.

“Everybody is going to be treated the same. Everyone will have the same time” with two minutes to speak, said Gates, laying the ground rules.

“Part and parcel of everything I’ve been saying is we’re not going to have any outbursts. We’re not going to laugh. We’re not going to clap. We’re going to comment and move on to the next person.”

Calling the election in Maricopa County a “sham,” Robert Canterbury of Phoenix said the county has become the “laughing stock of the nation.”

Canterbury said Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs should have recused herself rather than overseen her election as Arizona’s next governor.

“How many disenfranchised voters in this election won’t vote in the 2024 election because they know that the same people in charge of the last two elections will be in charge of that election?”

“It’s horrible what happened,” said Barbara Jennings of Phoenix. “Nobody trusts [now]. We’re supposed to believe that we have free and fair elections here [and] that we have honest media. Both we do not.”

Michelle Dillard of Phoenix said, “We can’t accept these results. This is an illegitimate election.”

“It is your job to provide the remedy. We want a secure, fair election. Make that happen.”

Jeff Caldwell told the board that he believes that many voters didn’t get to vote on election day, calling the election a “complete disaster.”

“How many voters just said ‘screw it,’ and left?”

Allan Stein

Allan Stein is an Epoch Times reporter who covers the state of Arizona.

Arizona Governor Race Too Close to Call as Vote Counting Continues

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs (L) and Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake (R). (The Epoch Times)

Arizona Governor Race Too Close to Call as Vote Counting Continues

By Katie Spence
November 9, 2022 Updated: November 9, 2022

 

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—A total of 13,067 votes separated the candidates in the hotly contested Arizona governor’s race on the night of Nov. 9.

Hours earlier, the lead held by Democrat Katie Hobbs had shrunk to 4,094 votes.

With over 77 percent of the votes counted as of 10:10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Hobbs led Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake by two-thirds of a percentage point, according to Decision Desk HQ.

“Wow. We’re going to win big. Stay tuned, Arizona!” Lake tweeted early on Wednesday afternoon, before the new batch of votes was reported.

“Remaining ballots (Election Day & Early Drop-offs) are all breaking BIGLY for @KariLake. Just like we knew they would,” she added.

Early Election Issues

Earlier in the day, voting got off to a rough start in Maricopa County as officials said approximately 20 percent of voting centers experienced tabulator problems.

As a result, some voting locations experienced longer than expected wait times. But, by 5:30 pm, election official Bill Gates told reporters that most of the tabulation machines were back in working condition, and the voting deadline wouldn’t be extended, despite a GOP suit to extend hours.

Lake encouraged her voters to remain in line on her Twitter account, reminding them that if they were in line by 7 pm, they were legally allowed to vote.

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake attends her Karizona Election Eve Concert and Rally, on Nov. 7. (Katie Spence/The Epoch Times)

Political Polarization

In a bitter fight to the end, Hobbs and Lake blasted each other on the campaign trail and courted Arizona voters until election day. They also ran on wholly opposite views on how best to govern Arizona.

The race for Arizona’s governor has drawn the eyes of the nation, not the least because Republican Gov. Doug Ducey was term-limited and not eligible to seek a third consecutive term. Thus, there wasn’t an incumbent advantage going into the Nov. 8 election, and like what happened in 2020, Arizona’s governor could play a pivotal role in the 2024 presidential election.

Leading up to the election, The Cook Political Report rated the Arizona Governor Race as a toss-up between Lake and Hobbs. However, FiveThirtyEight polls showed Lake with a slight edge over Hobbs. In an OH Predictive Insights poll, for example, Lake led Hobbs by two percentage points, and Lake was up three percent in a Fabrizio, Lee, and Associates poll.

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The U.S. Capitol building is pictured in Washington on Nov. 7, 2018. (Zach Gibson/Getty Images)

According to a report from the Pew Research Center, Republicans and Democrats are farther apart ideologically than at any other time in the past 50 years. The report specified that both parties have moved from the ideological middle, with Republicans adopting a more conservative stance and Democrats becoming more liberal.

That divide played out in the campaigns of both Lake and Hobbs. Lake called Hobbs a “convicted racist,” while Hobbs called Lake a “conspiracy theorist” and refused to debate her. In response, Lake repeatedly called Hobbs a “coward.” Still, Hobbs stuck to her refusal.

As a result, Arizona voters missed the opportunity to compare the candidates in a live debate and instead had to settle for contrasting campaign events and political statements on the candidates’ websites.

Opposite Plans for Arizona

Described as a “polished” Trump by critics, Lake is an Obama Democrat turned Trump Republican who is proud of never holding public office. But, thanks to her long tenure as a television journalist, Lake is well known in Arizona. She received Trump’s blessing during the Arizona primaries.

Hobbs is Arizona’s Secretary of State and served in Arizona’s State Legislature from 2011 to 2019. She’s received endorsements from NARAL/Arizona Right to Choose and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona.

Regarding policy issues, Lake and Hobbs could not be more opposed. On immigration and the border, Lake wants to finish “the wall” and calls the current setup a “national security and humanitarian disaster.”

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Arizona Secretary of State and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs speaks at a press conference calling for abortion rights outside the Evo A. DeConcini Courthouse in Tucson, Ariz., on Oct. 7, 2022. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Hobbs wants to “pass comprehensive immigration reform” but calls the border wall an “anti-immigrant” policy that’s not a real solution.

On tackling inflation and the economy, Lake said she wants “tax relief” and to stand against Washington’s current “tax-and-spend” agenda. Echoing Trump, Lake proposed rolling back  regulations and lowering taxes.

To tackle inflation and fire up the economy, Hobbs wants to expand on The American Rescue Plan, passed by Congress and signed by President Biden. She also wants to create a $250 state-level child tax credit and make diapers and baby formula tax-free.

Since the beginning of her candidacy, Lake has stood firm in questioning the integrity of the 2020 election. On her website, she lists recent pipeline and meat-plants hacks as problematic. Thus, she wants to remove all software equipment from the counting process. Lake further advocated for voter ID and regular audits.

Hobbs, however, called such audits “shams” on her website and said “dangerous forces” are trying to “silence the voices of Arizonans.” She said she’d fight against “voter suppression bills” and “protect the freedom to vote.”

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Former President Donald Trump and Kari Lake, who has Trump’s support in Arizona’s gubernatorial race, speak during a rally at the Canyon Moon Ranch festival grounds in Florence, Ariz., on Jan. 15, 2022. (Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images)

Lake said she is pro-life and that “every life, starting at conception, is worth saving.” As governor, she said she would work to support mothers by putting resources into pregnancy centers and government programs that provide counseling, material assistance, care coordination, and housing support.

“I will ensure Arizona matches and exceeds all other states in supporting these centers and the amazing work they are doing,” Lake said.

Lake added that “it takes two to make a baby,” and she wants to hold fathers accountable by reforming Arizona’s laws to ensure fathers support the women they impregnated.

Hobbs, in contrast, is pro-choice and stated that on “day one, I will call a special session of the legislature to repeal the draconian 1901 [abortion ban] law.”

Hobbs said she would work “tirelessly” to increase access to abortion and use her veto power to oppose “restrictive and extreme measures” limiting the procedure in Arizona.

Katie Spence

Katie Spence covers energy and politics for The Epoch Times. Before starting her career as a journalist, Katie proudly served in the Air Force as an Airborne Operations Technician on JSTARS. She obtained her degree in Analytic Philosophy and a minor in Cognitive Studies from the University of Colorado. Katie’s writing has appeared on CNSNews.com, The Maverick Observer, The Motley Fool, First Quarter Finance, The Cheat Sheet, and Investing.com. Email her at katie.spence@epochtimes.us


Unexplained Ballot Drops Occurred in the Minnesota Governor’s Race

“On Tuesday in the 2022 Midterms, the ‘Drop and Roll’ occurred in the Michigan Governor race just like it happened in the 2020 Presidential Election. We now have evidence that it also occurred in the governor’s race in Minnesota …

On Tuesday night on Frank Speech  an instance of the drop and roll was recorded in the Michigan governor race. We now have evidence that it also occurred in the Minnesota governor race.

In the Minnesota race for Governor, a large batch of ballots for Minnesota governor Tim Walz occurred that placed him in the lead, and then the votes after that point in time were nearly all the same proportion of Walz to Jensen. This drop gave Governor Walz the lead and the election…”


US GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert was also a victim of the drop and roll.

In Boebert’s House race, there were two large drops of ballots that placed the Democrat running against Boebert in the lead, and then the votes after that point in time were near all the same proportion between the candidates.

Boebert is currently within 100 votes of winning the race now…”

Widespread Election fraud in Wisconsin

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The US 2020 Presidential Election counted a record-breaking 158 million votes, 22 million higher than the previous election, and yet was decided by only 42,918 votes or 0.027% across Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin.

In the days and weeks following, many dozens of anomalies, eyewitness accounts and sworn testimonies emerged showing election tampering, yet were overlooked or minimized by mainstream media and news outlets. In spite of increasing evidence, officials in many key states have obstructed open and transparent audits of the results.

Was the election fair and legitimate?
Decide for yourself.

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10,000 Uncounted Ballots Found in Texas County: Officials

By Jack Phillips
March 8, 2022 Updated: March 9, 2022

Officials in Texas said they discovered about 10,000 uncounted ballots in last week’s primary election, which led to a delay in the results.

The Harris County Elections Office said that some 6,000 Democratic votes and 4,000 Republican votes weren’t counted and will be added to final tallies.

“While the votes were scanned into our tabulation computer, they were not transferred and counted as a part of the unofficial final results as they should have been,” the Harris County Elections Office stated over the past weekend. They blamed an “oversight” for why the votes weren’t counted in the county, which is home to Houston.

The office also told local news outlet KHOU-TV that officials “are focused on ensuring that every ballot cast is accounted for through this canvassing process,” and they “will continue to be transparent in that process through our updates but as you can imagine it is most critical that everyone on our team stay focused and commit all of their time to the task at hand.”

“We will be discussing at commissioners court and that will be an opportunity for broadcast to hear from our office,” the Harris County Elections Office continued.

The March 1 primary was the first Texas election that took place in the state under tighter voting laws that were passed last year. Thousands of mail-in ballots were rejected across the state for not having new information.

Following the discovery of the uncounted ballots, the Harris County Republican and Democratic party chairs told KHOU that they believe the issue will be fixed soon.

“Every voter regardless of party should be able to have confidence that their vote has been properly counted. Unfortunately, this is another example of the serious mismanagement of [Harris County Judge] Lina Hidalgo’s unqualified Elections Administrator. Isabel Longoria owes all Harris County voters an explanation,” Harris County GOP Chair Cindy Siegel said, according to the news outlet.

On Monday, the Harris County GOP filed a lawsuit against Longoria and her office for committing the “worst elections fiasco in Texas history” by not counting the ballots.

Meanwhile, Harris County Democratic Party Chair Odus Evbagharu released a statement saying his party is also concerned with the balloting problem.

“We called for a post-election review of all processes—there has not been any skirting of party responsibility, and we have been completely transparent in our desire to dig into the details of what went wrong and identify how to make corrections moving forward,” Evbagharu remarked.

The Harris County Elections Office hasn’t immediately responded to a request for comment.

Jack Phillips

BREAKING NEWS REPORTER

Election Decertification and Truth for Health Foundation calls “horrific hospital violations of human rights,“ In Lockstep Covid 19 Protocols

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Recordings Reveal Lockstep COVID-19 Protocols, Patient Isolation by Hospitals

October 31, 2021 Updated: October 31, 2021 
Attorneys, medical doctors, and family members of COVID-19 victims have described and offered recordings of what the Truth for Health Foundation calls “horrific hospital violations of human rights,” including denial of intravenous fluids to patients, denial of access to patients by families, attorneys, and others, and the imposition of remdesivir on patients despite risks of kidney and liver damage from that drug and the availability of possibly safer alternatives, such as ivermectin.

“Prisoners in America’s jails do have more rights right now than COVID patients in America’s hospitals—it’s unheard of,” Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, president and chief executive of the foundation, said at an Oct. 27 press conference that she moderated. According to its website, the mission of the physician-founded charity foundation is “to provide truthful, balanced, medically sound, research-based information and cutting-edge updates on prevention and treatment of common medical conditions, including COVID-19 and other infectious diseases, that affect health, quality of life, and longevity.”

“‘I’m doing my job’ has never been a defense to crimes against humanity,” said Ali Shultz, legal director for America’s Frontline Doctors, whose mother-in-law died of COVID-19 and whose father-in-law allegedly suffered severe harm as a COVID-19 patient at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona.

Shultz said that despite her medical power of attorney, she was prevented from learning basic information about the status of her father-in-law, Chuck, while he was in the hospital.

“I tried everything,” Shultz said. “I wrote every letter possible. I sent every email possible to advocate for them. I was literally carried out in handcuffs under color of law. I was assaulted under color of law. I was deprived access to their health records, I was deprived access to them, and I was lied to. But that’s absolutely nothing compared to what happened to Chuck.”

Shultz said that the Mayo Clinic kept Chuck from any hydration or nourishment over six days, “except one bag of D5 [dextrose 5 percent] water.”

She also stated that the clinic secretly experimented on Chuck with the repurposed rheumatoid arthritis drug baricitinib. They also secluded him for over three weeks more than the Arizona Department of Public Health or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend, she said.

Shultz played a recording of someone who identified himself as a hospital administrator; this recording and others by Shultz were legal, as Arizona is a one-party consent state for recordings. The administrator states that the choice to deprive Chuck of food and water was the standard of care in metropolitan Phoenix, due to concerns about the aspiration of objects into his lungs.

“Yes, of course, we don’t want him to aspirate, but maybe he could get some IV hydration—something at all—or, I don’t know, just an assessment?” Shultz asks in the recording.

In another recording, an unidentified hospital employee states, “As far as visitation in our hospital, we are not going to allow you to visit him in our hospital as long as he is here.”

A third recording referred to meetings in which hospital executives concluded that patients who tested positive for COVID-19 wouldn’t be permitted to receive visitors.

“They’re meeting and they’re all deciding on this together. So either this is becoming the standard of care, or this is the same modus operandi, which actually criminally makes it easier to prove,” Shultz commented after playing the recording.

She urged listeners to prevent COVID-19 patients from being secluded.

“Get in there—it is in the Patient Bill of Rights,” Shultz said. “Just because they’re using the word ‘isolation’ doesn’t mean it makes it any better what they’re doing.

“When an American is isolated from others, what is this considered? Unlawful imprisonment—torture.”

Holding up a document she identified as a police report on the Mayo Clinic, which she said included felony charges of vulnerable adult abuse, Shultz stressed that prosecutors have considerable discretion to decide whether doctors should be charged.

She also highlighted a template for a private criminal complaint that individuals can file online with their state’s attorney general, which she said can be accessed through the Truth for Health Foundation’s website.

Other speakers at the press conference included Dr. Bryan Ardis, who highlighted what he described as the hazards of remdesivir, as well as an unprecedented climate of fear and retribution for medical doctors who dissent from the enforced consensus on its use.

“Now they are punishing those who want to practice medicine and they are continuing to reward and allow doctors to maintain their licenses to practice in hospitals if they just follow the mandated protocol,” he said.

Ardis pointed out that a randomized, controlled trial of remdesivir and other therapies for Ebola, published in the New England Journal of Medicine and touted by Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the president, actually showed the dangers of remdesivir, as the scientists stopped administering it during the study because it was leading to a mortality rate above 50 percent—higher than any of the other drugs they tested.

He also stated that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is “bribing hospitals” to choose remdesivir with a 20 percent bonus. CMS’s website does, in fact, refer to a “20% add-on payment” for claims coding for COVID-19 and for treatment by remdesivir or several other drugs.

In a pre-recorded interview with Vliet, another speaker identified only as Mary Ann spoke about her Marine Corps veteran father’s deterioration and death at a Bozeman, Montana, hospital. She said she was prevented from being with her father and holding his hand as he died, allowed only to view him from behind glass as he convulsed in his bed, a mask concealing his face.

“There’s something about when you’re able to be with your loved one and talk to them and hold their hand, there’s something extremely powerful in that—and there’s a reason they don’t want us in the hospital,” Mary Ann said. “They want us apart from each other.”

Thomas Renz, legal counsel for the foundation, shared what he called “the most shocking statistic I have seen probably since this has started”: In Texas, 84.8 percent of people who were mechanically ventilated for 96 consecutive hours died.

The Epoch Times could not independently verify this statistic before press time.

“It’s a death sentence,” Renz said.

Vliet concluded the press conference by recommending that patients seek early treatment rather than waiting for symptoms to worsen. She also urged patients to think strategically and plan ahead if they do end up going into a hospital.

“You have the right to refuse treatment, you have the right to request treatment, you have the right to have an advocate when you are in the hospital. When those rights are denied, your civil rights, human rights, and constitutional rights are being overridden—and you will need an advocate,” she added.

The Mayo Clinic didn’t respond to requests for comment on Shultz’s allegations. CMS didn’t respond to a request for comment on Ardis’s claim that it was bribing hospitals to choose remdesivir.

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Absolute Proof of Election Fraud

 

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What is they do not want you to see? If the election was fair and no election interference then why keep deleting videos? Censorship is the admission of guilt.

Unmasked: Have we uncovered the truth about the 2020 election? – YouTube

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2020 Presidential Election Lawsuits — the Facts

Unmasked: Have we uncovered the truth about the 2020 election? – YouTube

 

 

Absolute Proof of Election Fraud 

SHOCK: TIME Magazine Article Admits How the 2020 Election Was “Fortified” Against President Trump

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