“It is an affront to all Americans that the federal government requires Americans to wear masks (see picture on left below) while not imposing the same requirement on themselves (see four pictures on right below).”
March 17, 2022 | By Informed Consent Action Network | Legal Update
“After the White House and Congress dropped their mask mandates last week, Del Bigtree said, “enough is enough” and, through his attorneys, has now sued the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) challenging its mandate requiring masks on planes, trains, and buses.
It is incredible that our elected leaders have dropped mask mandates for themselves but yet everyday Americans must still mask. There is a term for when those that govern impose requirements on the governed but exclude themselves. Just compare the picture on the left with the those on the right:
While the science on masking should be enough for the mask mandate to disappear, the lawsuit challenges the mandate on the grounds that the CDC does not have the authority to implement or enforce the mandate.
You can read the complaint in its entirety here and we will keep you apprised of the lawsuit. Thank you for supporting ICAN’s ongoing efforts to ensure that our civil liberties are restored.”
Conflict of Interest? The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the government of China have collaborated for the past 30 years
CDC.gov | “The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the government of China have collaborated for the past 30 years addressing public health priorities affecting the U.S., China, and the world.”
CDC is listed on Dunn & Bradstreet as a for-profit corporation. Beyond the blatant conflict of interest in CDC’s partnership with big pharma, is the long history of corruption that follows this organization.
 CDC_Dun & Bradstreet https://www.dnb.com/business-directory/company-profiles.centers_for_disease_control_and_prevention.0348cac60c2dba7ce46504f1c3d9c920.html
US_China_CDC Collaboration for last 30 years
CDC may have willfully failed to collect, analyze, and publish accurate data used by elected officials to develop public health policy