Court documents reveal how the U.S. Department of Justice has dedicated hundreds of thousands of dollars in resources to prosecuting Americans who forged COVID-19 vaccination statuses, according to a new report from David Zweig.

by Brownstone Institute, The Defender

This article was originally published by The Defender—Childrens Health Defense News & Views Website on January 24, 2024.

Midwives in New York and plastic surgeons in Utah didn’t close schools, shutter businesses or add trillions of dollars to the national debt, yet they are the primary targets of the Biden administration’s U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) COVID-19 prosecution.


Court documents reveal how the DOJ has dedicated hundreds of thousands of dollars in resources to prosecuting Americans who forged COVID-19 vaccination statuses, according to a new report from David Zweig.

The feds have used undercover agents to take down midwives and local doctors who forged vaccine cards. Many of the “criminals” had no profit motive; they objected to the mandates based on ideological principles or medical concerns and they needed cards to participate in society.

Zweig highlights cases that have been brought as late as spring 2022, “long after it was widely known that the vaccines did not stop infection or transmission, which was the only ethical and logistical justification for mandates.”

More than ever, it is clear that the calls to “move on” from COVID-19 are reserved for protecting those who implemented tyranny.

Politicians like Gavin Newsom, who celebrated their acquisition of dictatorial powers in 2020, demand forgiveness for eviscerating the Bill of Rights.

In the Atlantic, Professor Emily Oster called for a “pandemic amnesty” after advocating for vaccine mandates for employees and students, school closures, “full lockdowns” over the holidays and universal masking.

“Let’s focus on the future,” she insists.

The Biden White House has largely adapted this strategy; substituting foreign conflicts as its new justifications for exorbitant foreign spending and widespread domestic censorship.

With the presumptive nomination of President Donald Trump in the Republican Party, citizens’ hope for answers on the COVID-19 response hinges on Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s participation in the presidential debates. Both parties will work to ensure that does not happen.

In effect, the powerful have already enjoyed a pandemic amnesty. Politicians have not lost their power nor faced a serious inquiry into their malfeasance.

Pharmaceutical companies received government-sponsored immunity from lawsuits while pocketing billions of dollars from federal, state and local mandates. The apparatus behind the COVID-19 response remains intact with little threat to their continued acquisition of power.

But the “focus on the future” does not extend to those who resisted the COVID-19 hegemon.

“The mandates were so feared and loathed by significant and diverse numbers of citizens that they were willing to become criminals rather than comply,” Zweig explains.

The DOJ will not give dissidents the courtesy of a pandemic amnesty. Instead, the targets of the regime will join the ranks of Americans punished by the DOJ for their resistance while nondescript bureaucratic tyrants continue their careers unscathed.

The damage to the nation, however, cannot be glossed over. Learning loss, business closures, vaccine injuries, the erosion of trust in all major institutions, trillions of dollars added to the national debt, trillions more in collateral damage and the institution of a censorship state will take decades to fix, if possible at all.

But there is no indication that the powerful will be held accountable for the damage they imposed. Instead, the Biden administration has decided to target citizens who resisted its irrational edicts.

The same edicts for which they insist they must be granted an “amnesty.” Such actions only increase the devastation of a disastrous policy response.

Originally published by Brownstone Institute. The Defender on occasion posts content related to Children’s Health Defense’s nonprofit mission that features Mr. Kennedy’s views on the issues CHD and The Defender regularly cover. In keeping with Federal Election Commission rules, this content does not represent an endorsement of Mr. Kennedy, who is on leave from CHD and is running as an independent for president of the U.S.

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