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America’s Frontline Doctors Sue the Federal Government to Prevent Forcing Experimental COVID Vaccines on US Children

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The courageous group of doctors, America’s Frontline Doctors, are suing the US Federal government for pushing COVID vaccines.

We’ve reported on this group before, once when they encouraged America’s airlines to remain free and not put COVID requirements on their passengers:

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The doctors spoke out about COVID before as well:

Below is a pdf from America’s Frontline Doctors currently found on their site discussing – TEN MEDICAL FACTS REGARDING THE COVID-19 EXPERIMENTAL VACCINES:

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A couple of days ago (on May 20), these courageous doctors sued the US federal government and asked for a temporary restraining order to prevent administering the COVID vaccines on children.

America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) today filed a motion in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama requesting a temporary restraining order against the emergency use authorization (EUA) permitting using the COVID-19 vaccines in children under the age of 16, and that no further expansion of the EUAs to children under the age of 16 be granted prior to the resolution of these issues at trial.

The case will challenge the EUAs for the injections on several counts, based on the law and scientific evidence that the EUAs should never have been granted, the EUAs should be revoked immediately, the injections are dangerous biological agents that have the potential to cause substantially greater harm than the COVID-19 disease itself, and that numerous laws have been broken in the process of granting these EUAs and foisting these injections on the American people.

AFLDS Founder Dr. Simone Gold spoke about the reasons for filing the motion: “We doctors are pro-vaccine, but this is not a vaccine,” she said. “This is an experimental biological agent whose harms are well-documented (although suppressed and censored) and growing rapidly, and we will not support using America’s children as guinea pigs.”

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Below is the motion:


 Thank God for these courageous and smart doctors who are willing to challenge what is being forced on our children.

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Pennsylvania House votes to ban ‘vaccine passports,’ limit health secretary during emergency – 6abc Philadelphia

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The Pennsylvania House voted to ban the use of COVID-19 “vaccine passports” by colleges and put new restrictions on the health secretary’s powers.

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Health Canada extends expiry dates for AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines set to expire Monday – CityNews Toronto

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Health Canada extends expiry dates for AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines set to expire Monday - CityNews Toronto

The Ontario government said Saturday certain lots of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine that were set to expire on May 31 can now be used past their original expiry date following authorization by Health Canada.

“Health Canada has issued an authorization to extend the expiry date of specific lots of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from six months to seven months, following the review of submitted stability data,” said Alexandra Hilkene, press secretary to the minister of health.

Hilkene said vaccines that were set to expire May 31 can now be used until July 1.

NEW: Health Canada approves extending AstraZeneca expiry date from May 31st to July 1 “following a review of stability data.” It means Ontario’s AZ doses, set to expire this Monday, are no longer at risk of spoilage. #onpoli

— Cynthia Mulligan (@CityCynthia) May 29, 2021

Pharmacies and physicians’ offices had been rushing to administer thousands of shots this weekend ahead of the now-changed expiry date to avoid wasting doses.

The province started offering it for second shots to people who received the dose between March 10 and March 19 at pharmacies in Toronto, Windsor and Kingston, and at some primary care offices.

Approximately 90,000 people participated in the AstraZeneca pilot between March 10 and March 19. Many eager vaccine recipients reported frustration this week when trying to book second doses at pharmacies that were still waiting on delayed supply.

“Acceleration of AstraZeneca second doses will be continued with a 12-week interval, dependent on vaccine supply, with booking eligibility based on the date of the first dose,” Hilkene said Saturday. “AstraZeneca doses will be distributed across the province to be available for individuals at the 12-week interval.”

The province paused the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine earlier this month due to an increase in reports of rare but deadly blood clots.

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No one will be forced to take the vaccine however you will protect others if you get vaccinated – Minister for Health

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No one will be forced to take the vaccine however you will protect others if you get vaccinated – Minister for Health

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