Ricardo Beas, a concerned citizen and parent of three school-age children in California, is determined to do the seemingly impossible. He has set out to shed so much light on the illegality and health hazards of mandatory vaccines that the vaccine lobby will be overruled by public opinion. Calling upon the First-Amendment’s right to petition for redress of grievances, Beas wrote an amazing 39-page document in the form of a petition that has the format of a legal document. It lists the grievances, shows how constitutional and civil law has been violated, and calls for the President of the United States to empower an official investigation of the charges and report to the public. It is anticipated that sufficient investigation (done by people and institutions that are financially independent of the pharmaceutical industry) and sufficient public awareness of the results of that investigation will lead to corrective political action. People can do more than just be keyboard warriors. By participating in this action, which costs nothing but a few postage stamps, we can do something really meaningful. Today. –GEG
There have been four lawsuits against California’s SB277 mandatory vaccine bill but, so far, none of them have produced action. Few people have the time and resources to litigate a lawsuit, but any American can join Beas in his action. Furthermore, unlike a lawsuit, the ‘class-action’ concept behind this petition of grievances has the potential to take the issue directly to the public rather than depending only on a judge and a few lawyers.
The threat of mandatory vaccines affects every American, not just children and their parents, but also adults who may be subjected to vaccines as a condition for employment or Social Security. Mandatory vaccines for all have been proposed in cases of pandemics, and those who have the authority to declare a pandemic are all-too-often economic puppets of the vaccine manufacturers.
Instead of filing another lawsuit, Ricardo Beas is pursuing an investigation and redress for the vaccine scheme that now is mandatory by law in California under SB277. He has sent a detailed list of grievances to President Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. His plan is to inspire tens-of-thousands of people to join his petition to end the blackout on this important issue.
In his 39-page grievance statement, Beas lists the names and the crimes of the vaccine lobby that includes vaccine manufacturers, like the Merck drug company, complicit government agencies, such as the CDC (Center for Disease Control), and numerous California agencies, local school districts, health departments, the Blue Shield insurance company, and many politicians. California Governor Jerry Brown was specifically named, in addition to California state Senator Dr. Richard Pan and Ben Allen who authored SB277.
Beas is calling for the government to take the following actions:
- Investigate all claims.
- Convene a grand jury against the named criminal participants.
- Prosecute the criminal participants.
- Stop all funding to California state institutions that require vaccines.
- A demand to eliminate the Vaccine Court so that vaccine manufacturers are held liable for any damages caused by their products.
- Compensation to parents of children injured by vaccines with funds collected from guilty criminal participants.
Here is the link for the 39-page petition for grievance, which details the crimes of the vaccine pushers and names each party and their part in the crime.
Here is the four-page document to support Beas’ complaint/petition for grievance that may be emailed and sent in the post, via certified mail, to Trump, Sessions, Price and DeVos. Beas explains that, while it is easy for the government to ignore emails, thousands of certified letters are another matter. Beas implores all Americans to support his petition to revoke compulsory vaccines and to bring justice to the criminal participants and victims.
President Donald Trump
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500
Attorney General Jeff Sessions
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
Secretary Tom Price
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
200 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20201
Secretary Betsy DeVos
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202-1100
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