The Public’s Business Ought to be Public

The Plandemic is being outed as a plot by globalists at every level–otherwise, why stall, and obfuscate–and even then, hide facts?

The west is no longer a democratic enterprise where citizens have rights to the most basic “things” of democracy–things like access to facts from our own government agencies.

Things like full disclosure from government bodies, police institutions, the nefarious and opaque “Fusion Centers,” and even the things about our public health–the NIH has steadfastly stood in the way of major media, accesing facts.

Read Newsweek’:

“Last November my organization, Empower Oversight, sued the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for failing to comply with Freedom of Information Act requests related to the agency’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Around half a dozen other entities have also been forced to go to court to compel the NIH to make pandemic documents public.”

The Most Revolutionary Act

Rochelle Walensky and Anthony Fauci

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Jason Foster

Newsweek

Last November my organization, Empower Oversight, sued the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for failing to comply with Freedom of Information Act requests related to the agency’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Around half a dozen other entities have also been forced to go to court to compel the NIH to make pandemic documents public.

It’s worth noting that this didn’t need to happen. Good lawyers charge hundreds of dollars an hour or more and hiring legal talent to pursue cases full time is not easy. By forcing public interest groups to spend this money on litigation before complying with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, the NIH is locking out the vast majority of Americans from accessing federal records. It takes financial resources to most effectively probe how our government operates.

Only after suing NIH did we receive any documents. In March…

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