The Democrats utilize the concept of PROJECTION constantly. When they tell lies, they brazenly project the blame on others, usually MAGA Conservatives, for doing precisely what it is they are doing. When Tucker Carlson of Fox News started showing here-to-for unseen...
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The Covid pandemic has brought things out that were boiling under the surface for years. Most people paid no attention to the growing authoritarianism, believing the justification: it’s for your own good, and it’s for the good of society.
California has become the personification of ‘how to be a tyrant for dummies.’ Ideology, not science, has taken over the legislature. Many folks think that what happens in California stays in California. Not true. For example, California approved a plan to require all new cars, trucks, and SUVs sold in the state to run on electricity or hydrogen by 2035, with one-fifth allowed to be plug-in hybrids. Thirteen years to change 30 million cars. Seventeen states – or 40 percent of all U.S. new vehicle sales — have adopted California’s greenhouse gas emissions requirements. Virginia is currently trying to undo its 2021 law.
It doesn’t stop at cars – objects – important to our lives, but objects nonetheless. California’s deranged legislators have come up with authoritarian, ideological, and intrusive bills involving minors, vaccines, and health privacy. Such bills include making California a sanctuary state for invasive gender transition treatment (SB 107), adding COVID-19 to the list of diseases for which a child must be immunized in order to attend public or private school or daycare (SB 871), and allowing minors to consent to vaccines (SB 866). Then there is a further assault on parental rights in a bill to prohibit the representative of a minor from inspecting the minor’s patient record when the records relate to certain services (SB 1419). And the list goes on. And on.
The mother of all tyrannical bills is AB 2098. It sits on the governor’s desk for signature. The bill would designate the dissemination or promotion of misinformation or disinformation related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, or COVID-19, by a physician or surgeon as unprofessional conduct, allowing the Medical Board to take action against such physician or surgeon.
Before Covid, some folks recognized this intrusion into our personal medical lives and choices. Some are like me –involved in the politics of medicine. And some are like my guest today – a mom-turned-activist. She is an expert on the above-referenced bills and has been working for their defeat.
Amy Bohn is the Co-Founder and President of PERK, Protection of the Educational Rights of Kids. In the spring of 2019, a group of mothers in California came together to fight SB 276 – a law mandating vaccinations in order to enroll in school. PERK works to protect their children’s right to medical freedom and the right to attend school. From small beginnings, PERK now represents tens of thousands of parents and children across the state. PERK is a non-profit that educates people on their freedoms and their right to refuse and empowers them to take effective and decisive action.
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