CALL TO ACTION: Say NO to Forced COVID Testing

UPDATE June 15
There has been some confusion and misrepresentation about what we've said and haven't said about the topics being covered this week in interim committee hearings. Dr. Bradley did an update to clarify and give further direction. More to come.

 

Medical freedom could be under attack once again at the Utah state capitol. During next week’s (June 16th & 17th) interim committee hearings there are two proposals that need your attention. An interim committee is a committee that meets when the legislature is NOT in session to discuss bills that will be introduced in the upcoming session (regular or special). Bills and topics of legislation that pass out of interim committee often are rubber stamped and pass through the session with little to no opposition. NOW is the time we need you to take a stand.

TWO URGENT PROBLEMS

1. Mandatory Testing

Tuesday June 16th at 9:30am in the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee is item #3 “Testing for Covid-19” which reads, “The committee will study the possibility of making changes to Utah Code Section 78B-8-402 to allow for mandated testing for COVID-19.”

Mandating medical tests of any kind is a fundamental threat to someone’s personal autonomy and is directly linked to the issues we presented in our report on “contact tracing”.

Mandated medical tests also violate the Nuremberg Code which states,
"The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential."

 

(Screenshot from the Utah Legislative Website, 6-10-2010)

 

2. Possible Covid-19 ID Cards

The following day at 9:00am, the Senate Transportation Interim committee will be hearing a proposal (language not available as of time of publication) which appears concerning due to national proposals for COVID-19 identification cards. The only language we have available reads, “Responding to COVID-19 is prompting review of how the state addresses various services and processes, including accelerating some changes already contemplated. The committee will discuss the transition from a driver license to a state-issued ID card.”

Check out our video report with Dr. Scott Bradley

THE SOLUTIONS - CALL TO ACTION

We ask that you…

  1. Stand against mandatory testing by contacting the 2020 Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Interim Committee members below immediately to demand that they reject any mandatory testing programs.

    2020 Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Interim Committee
    Listed members and their available contact info:
    Sen. Keith Grover (R), Chair
    Email: keithgrover@le.utah.gov
    Phone: Mobile: 801-319-0170

    Rep. Lee B. Perry (R), Chair
    Phone:435-225-0430
     
    Sen. Don L. Ipson (R)  
    Email: dipson@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 435-817-5281

    Sen. Kathleen Riebe (D)  
    Email: kriebe@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 385-222-1742

    Sen. Daniel W. Thatcher (R)  
    Email: dthatcher@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 801-759-4746

    Sen. Evan J. Vickers (R)
    Email: evickers@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 435-817-5565
     
    Rep. Kim F. Coleman (R)
    Phone: 801-865-8970
    Email: kimcoleman@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Sandra Hollins (D)
    Phone: 801-363-4257
    Email: shollins@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Kelly B. Miles (R)
    Phone: 801-458-8270
    Email: kmiles@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Val K. Potter (R)
    Phone: 435-757-9834
    Email: valpotter@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Marie H. Poulson (D)
    Phone: 801-942-5390
    Email: mariepoulson@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Paul Ray (R)
    Phone: 801-725-2719
    Email: pray@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Angela Romero (D)
    Phone: 801-722-4972
    Email: angelaromero@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Mike Schultz (R)
    Phone: 801-859-7713
    Email: mikeschultz@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Jeffrey D. Stenquist (R)  
    Phone: 385-272-9437
    Email: jstenquist@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Mark A. Strong (R)
    Phone: 385-275-5682
    Email: mstrong@le.utah.gov

  2. Provide public comment on mandatory testing to be read on the record during the meeting here
  3. Stand against invasive medical identification by contacting the committee members below urging them to oppose any proposal that would require special ID’s to be able to travel, work, go to school, etc.

    2020 Transportation Interim Committee

    Sen. Wayne A. Harper (R), Chair
    Email: wharper@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 801-566-5466

    Rep. Kay J. Christofferson (R), Chair
    Phone: 801-592-5709
    Email: kchristofferson@le.utah.gov
     
    Sen. J. Stuart Adams (R)  
    Email: jsadams@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 801-593-1776

    Sen. David G. Buxton (R)
    Email: gbuxton@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 801-707-7095
     
    Sen. Karen Mayne (D)  
    Email: kmayne@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 801-232-6648

    Sen. Ronald Winterton (R)
    Email: rwinterton@le.utah.gov
    Phone: 435-299-8531
     
    Rep. Kyle R. Andersen (R)  
    Phone: 385-239-1523
    Email: kyleandersen@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Melissa G. Ballard (R)
    Phone: 801-633-6561
    Email: mballard@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Walt Brooks (R)  
    Phone: 435-817-3530
    Email: wbrooks@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Steve R. Christiansen (R)
    Phone: 385-465-4492
    Email: schristiansen@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Dan N. Johnson (R)
    Phone: 435-770-7051
    Email: dnjohnson@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Marsha Judkins (R)  
    Phone: 801-669-6962
    Email: mjudkins@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Karen Kwan (D)  
    Phone: 385-249-0683
    Email: kkwan@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Merrill F. Nelson (R)  
    Phone: 801-971-2172
    Email: mnelson@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Adam Robertson (R)
    Phone: 385-325-2877
    Email:adamrobertson@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Lawanna Shurtliff (D)
    Phone: (801) 538-1029
    Email:lmshurtliff@le.utah.gov
     
    Rep. Raymond P. Ward (R)  
    Phone: 801-440-8765
    Email: rayward@le.utah.gov

    Rep. Elizabeth Weight (D)
    Phone: 385-272-1413
    Email: elizabethweight@le.utah.gov
     

  4. Provide public comment on invasive identifications and travel restrictions to be read on the record during the meeting here
  5. Download your copy of Utah Central Committee Resolution 2020-4, so you know your rights on medical freedom.
  6. If mandatory testing passes, form your own neighborhood committee or join an existing one to network with others in defending your rights.

 

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Comments (10) -

  • Dan
    One of the largest issues I have with the electronic meetings in general at all levels of government, is that we can not speak AFTER the presentation, which often answers many questions we may take our 3 minutes to raise.
  • I don't see why forced Covid-19 testing is even a topic of discussion.  We have individual rights that prohibit this kind of thought process or action.  I'm totally against any kind of forced testing.
  • Forced testing is bringing down our freedoms. In 12 months when there is an antidote for Covid-19 will we then we subject to another set of forced rules?
    We are a people of freedoms - enough of this nonsense!
  • i believe in individual sovereignty and this is not it
  • M
    I am against forced testing!
  • Forced testing for covid is a complete violation of our constitutional rights, which are our God given rights. The government will never be God.
  • I am adamantly and irrevocably against mandatory testing.  It goes against every ethical choice we have and violates our constitutional rights.  Utahns need to stand firm against this and refuse to accept it.  Speak out!
  • This mandatory testing for Covid 19 is absurd and against our constitutional rights.
  • Your videos are too long. They droan on and on. I give up before a point is made.  You need to have no more than a 2 minute synopsis.  More people would watch.

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