CHILDREN HEALTH DEFENSE SUES FACEBOOK

CHILDREN HEALTH DEFENSE SUES FACEBOOK

For Government-Sponsored Censorship, False Disparagement and Wire-Fraud

CHD Legal Team Led by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Sues Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, and Three of Facebook’s So-Called “Fact-Checkers”

Children’s Health Defense (CHD) filed a lawsuit on Monday in San Francisco Federal Court charging Facebook,

Mark Zuckerberg, and three fact-checking outfits with censoring truthful public health posts and for fraudulently misrepresenting and defaming CHD. CHD is a non-profit watchdog group,

That roots out corruption in federal agencies, including Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),

The World Health Organization (WHO), and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC),

And exposes wrongdoings in the Pharmaceutical and Telecom industries.

CHD has been a frequent critic of WiFi and 5G Network safety and of certain vaccine policies that CHD claims put Big Pharma profits ahead of public health.

CHD has fiercely criticized agency corruption at WHO, CDC and FCC.

According to CHD’s complaint, SEE HERE:

Facebook has insidious conflicts with the Pharmaceutical industry and its captive health agencies and has economic stakes in telecom and 5G.

Facebook currently censors CHD’s page, targeting its purge against factual information about vaccines, 5G and public health agencies.

Facebook acknowledges that it coordinates its censorship campaign with the WHO and the CDC.

While earlier court decisions have upheld Facebook’s right to censor its pages,

CHD argues that Facebook’s pervasive government collaborations make its censorship of CHD a First Amendment violation.

The government’s role in Facebook’s censorship goes deeper than its close coordination with CDC and WHO.

CHILDREN HEALTH DEFENSE SUES FACEBOOK

CONGRESS MEN ADAM SCHIFF SUGGESTED THE ACTIVITIES

The Facebook censorship began at the suggestion of powerful Democratic Congressman and Intelligence Committee Chairman Representative Adam Schiff,

Who in March 2019 asked Facebook to suppress and purge internet content critical of government vaccine policies.

Facebook and Schiff use the term “misinformation” as a euphemism for any statement,

Whether truthful or not, that contradicts official government pronouncements.

The WHO issued a press release commending Facebook for coordinating its ongoing censorship campaign with public health officials.

That same day, Facebook published a “warning label” on CHD’s page, which implies that CHD’s content is inaccurate,

And directs CHD followers to turn to the CDC for “reliable, up to date information.”

This is an important First Amendment case that tests the boundaries of government authority to openly censor unwanted critique of government

Attorneys Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Roger Teich, and Mary Holland represent Children’s Health Defense in the litigation.

The lawsuit also challenges Facebook’s use of so-called “independent fact-checkers” – which,

In truth, are neither independent nor fact-based – to create oppositional content on CHD’s page,

literally superimposed over CHD’s original content, about open matters of scientific controversy.

To further silence CHD’s dissent against important government policies and its critique of Pharmaceutical products,

FACEBOOK CUT OFF CHD DONATION BUTTONS

Facebook deactivated CHD’s donate button, and uses a variety of deceptive technology (i.e. shadow banning) to minimize the reach and visibility of CHD’s content.

In short, Facebook and the government colluded to silence CHD and its followers.

Such tactics are fundamentally at odds with the First Amendment, which guarantees the American public the benefits to democracy from free flow of information in the marketplace of ideas.

It forbids the government from censoring private speech—particularly speech that criticizes government policies or officials.

As Justice Holmes famously said, “the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market.”

The current COVID pandemic makes the need for open and fierce public debate on health issues more critical than ever.

Mark Zuckerberg publicly claims that social media platforms shouldn’t be “the arbiters of truth.”

This case exposes Zuckerberg for working with the government to suppress and purge unwanted critiques of government officials and policies.

The court will decide whether Facebook’s new government-directed business model of false and misleading “warning labels,” deceptive “fact-checks,”

And disabling a non-profit’s donate button, passes muster under the First and Fifth Amendments, the Lanham Act, and RICO.

Those statutes protect CHD against online wire-fraud, false disparagement, and knowingly false statements.

CHD asks the Court to declare Facebook’s actions unconstitutional and fraudulent, and award injunctive relief and damages.

DAWG SAYS: REMEMBER FACEBOOK CANNOT VIOLATE YOUR 1st AMMENDMENT RIGHTS,

THE 1st AMMENDMENT IS ONLY FOR THE GOVERNMENT RESTRICTING YOUR FREE SPEECH RIGHTS.

THE DIFFERENCE IN THIS CLAIM IS THAT FACEBOOK WAS ACTING AS AN AGENT FOR THE GOVERNMENT.

IF TRUE THEN YOUR 1st AMMENDMENT RIGHTS CAN BE VIOLATED BY FACEBOOK,

PERSONALLY, WITH MANY THJINGS I HAVE SEEN, IN MY OPINION, APPEARS FACEBOOK IS IN FACT DOING SO.


NEVADA ADVENTURES: MUSTANG MONUMENT GLAMPGROUND

NEVADA ADVENTURES: MUSTANG MONUMENT GLAMPGROUND

Tucked away in the Spruce Mountains of northern Nevada,

wild horse sanctuary and eco-resort Mustang Monument is truly a one-of-a-kind all-inclusive glamping getaway,

That was founded by animal activist/philanthropist Madeleine Pickens,

Glamping—a combination of camping and glamour—has taken the world by storm.

In glamping, there are no tents to set up, no fires to build, no uncomfortable sleeping bags to endure, and no, well whatever makes camping camping.

Instead, glamping usually occurs in a ready-made abode—such as a cabin, cube, treehouse, igloo, hut, villa, yurt, or teepee/tipi, to name a few.

And provides a luxurious alternative for enjoying the great outdoors without making any sacrifices.

In Nevada, the tiny town of Wells—located in Elko County in the northeast part of the state, contains the Mustang Monument Wild Horse Eco-Resort.

This secluded glampground is surrounded by mountains and wild horses, and offers amazing, fully-equipped,

luxury tipis for a glamping experience never to be forgotten.

Those who run Mustang Monument define it as “a ranch with serious style;

where philanthropic tourism meets a luxury wilderness safari adventure.”

Each tipi offers 300 sq. ft. of living space with lavish decor such as leather sofas,

plush chairs, hardwood floors, and luxurious custom-made beds.

NEVADA ADVENTURES: MUSTANG MONUMENT GLAMPGROUND

There are also dining tents where guests can gather to meet, make new friends, and share

their experiences while dining on much more than traditional camping hotdogs and beans.

Mustang Monument is a 900-square-mile sustainable resort and preserve

for the more than 650 wild horses rescued by Pickens in 2010.

Guided horseback riding tours to “visit” the wild mustangs are quite popular.

There are also other activities such as guided safari adventures, rappelling,

shooting ranges, ropes courses, photography opportunities, hiking,

bird watching, and hearing mesmerizing tales of the Wild West.

You can even get a full body massage and other spa-like treatments.

These lavish tipis were designed for the traveler who wants both adventure and luxury.

All guests will leave Mustang Monument fulfilled and knowing that their luxurious

and fun stay directly contributed to the preservation of the wild mustang.

For more information about this truly unique and secluded glampground,

please visit Mustang Monument’s website at www.mustangmonument.com or call (888) 979-1422.

BUY BLM PAINT PRISON 4 LIFE

BUY BLM PAINT PRISON 4 LIFE

Woman who allegedly bought paint for Black Lives Matter protest faces possible life in prison

Woman faces possible life in prison

after allegedly buying paint for BLM

A woman who allegedly pushed a police officer and bought red paint for a Black Lives Matter protest,

Could face up to life in prison after Utah authorities charged her under a law meant to punish gang members.

“This is so far beyond just the enforcement of the law, it feels retaliatory,” said Madalena McNeil,

Who is facing a potential life sentence if convicted of felony criminal mischief and riot charges.

Prosecutors say the charges are worthy of a gang enhancement,

Which allows them to increase the punishment if McNeil is found guilty.

They argued in court documents Wednesday that protesters worked together to cause thousands of dollars in damage during an anti-racism protest in Salt Lake City last month.

BUY BLM PAINT PRISON 4 LIFE AFTER VANDALISM

Protesters decrying the police shooting of Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal,

Painted and marked the district attorney’s office on Thursday, July 9, 2020, in Salt Lake City. 

McNeil is accused of buying red paint at a Home Depot before the protest on July 9,

Which was held to denounce a court ruling on a fatal police shooting.

Court documents allege that McNeil also yelled at police and shifted her weight as if to slam into an officer.

“It’s really frustrating and scary,” the 28-year-old activist said.

“I just feel so much concern for what this means to protest in general.”

Protesters gather in front of district attorney’s office Thursday, July 9, 2020, in Salt Lake City. AP Photo/Rick Bowmer

McNeil says she was forced to resign from her job at a nonprofit after she was charged along with several others who attended the protest.

“This is the highest degree felony,” said attorney Brent Huff, who represents co-defendant Madison Alleman.

“This is usually reserved for murders and rapists.”

Jesse Nix, who represents accused protester Viviane Turman, also denounced the charges.

“No one should get life in prison for putting paint on a building,” he said.

Jason Groth, a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah,

Criticized prosecutors for using a law meant to target street gangs. “You are calling participants in a protest gang members,” he said.

More than 30 people have been charged with various crimes in Salt Lake County since anti-racism protests broke out following the death of George Floyd in May.

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill says the protesters likely won’t spend time behind bars,

Because such cases usually end with a plea to a lesser count.

“I don’t think anyone is going to be going to prison for this,” Gill, a Democrat, told the Associated Press.

“There’s some people who want to engage in protest, but they want to be absolved of any behaviour,” he said.

“This is not about protest. This is about people who are engaging in criminal conduct.”

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall has denounced the charges as too extreme.

“I feel the potential punishment facing some protestors is excessive,” she tweeted.

“While I believe there should be consequences for breaking the law, the potential to spend life in prison for buying paint is too severe.”

“I just don’t think any of the allegations against me warrant life in prison,” McNeil told KUTV.