- May 3, 2011
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It'll be interesting when it gets to court. Court case won after existance of SARS-COV2 not provenA California-licensed naturopathic doctor was arrested today for her alleged scheme to sell homeoprophylaxis immunization pellets and to falsify COVID-19 vaccination cards by making it appear that customers had received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized Moderna vaccine.www.justice.gov
You guys believe dumb shit from the internet.It'll be interesting when it gets to court. Court case won after existance of SARS-COV2 not proven
You guys believe dumb shit from the internet.
CLAIM: The Canadian province of Alberta lifted all COVID-19 restrictions after health officials couldn’t provide evidence in court that the virus exists. AP’S ASSESSMENT: False.apnews.com
Please show evidence of legislative procedure having been followed to craft whichever law you're talking about.
So, state the law supposedly broken by the supposed criminals Tucker was defending.
So, there is no statute, for the purposes of this discussion, if you can't cite it. Just quit.Kid, neither of us are lawyers. I can't quote the statute and you wouldn't know what it meant if I did. Inciting others to criminal activity is a crime. We both know this. Just quit.