Important updates from Ohio Stands Up! and Make Americans Free Again (MAFA)
“The free people of the world are uniting in the fight against fraud and global tyranny”
11/19/2020, Toledo, OH – Ohio Stands Up! and MAFA are proud to announce that our attorneys, Thomas Renz and Robert Gargasz, have joined forces with Reiner Fuellmich and Dr. Eric Nepute to continue to battle against the COVID lie. As the nation is continuing to face both unprecedented and illegal actions taken by state legislatures and as many world governments continue to trample the rights of their citizens, the global leaders of this movement must unite to ensure freedom, not tyranny, prevail throughout the world.
As the COVID cabal continues to spread lies it is becoming clearer and clearer that they are running out of credibility. The CDC has quit tracking influenza this year so that cases can more easily be classified as COVID. Ohio has increased testing of healthy people so it can report more cases. PCR tests throughout the United States are being ran above 35 cycles despite the fact that doing so can provide inaccurate results as much as 97% of the time (see https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciaa1491) and that even Dr. Faucii said anything over 35 cycles was not accurate.
Ohio Stands Up! and MAFA are taking steps to fight back. Attached to this press release is an Ohio Public Records Request we will be sending to the Governor and Department of Health. We know cases are up because testing is up but are the tests valid? We await the State’s response and again ask the question, if you have nothing to hide why are you hiding so much?
One final note, the only study on cloth masks has recently been published at http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2014-006577. This study found that wearing cloth masks is actually dangerous and can increase the risk of infections. We now ask the question; what science are these policies based on?
For more information, visit ohiostandsup.org.
Dear Sir or Madam,
On behalf of Ohio Stands Up and Make America Free Again I am formally making several public records requests pursuant to the Ohio Public Records Act (“OPRA”). The OPRA requires that a public records request be granted in a reasonable period of time. Accordingly, we are asking for responses to the following requests within the amount of time listed below:
We request a list of all labs/companies/organizations responsible for providing testing results related to COVID-19 testing in the state of Ohio on or before December 1, 2020. This list should be readily available and there should be no reason for delay.
We request the number of “cycles” each lab is using for PCR tests performed on Ohio citizens. This should also be readily available, and we request the data again be provided on or before December 1, 2020.
We request the number of “cycles” used in PCR tests performed on Ohio citizens since the beginning of the COVID-19 emergency. This should also be readily available, and we request the data again be provided on or before December 1, 2020.
We request a list of all medical and public health advisors that have provided guidance to the Governor and/or Ohio Department of Health since January 1 regarding COVID-19. This data should be readily available and we request the data be provided on or before December 1, 2020.
We remind the State that the public records statute must be construed liberally in favor of broad access, with any doubt resolved in favor of disclosure of public records. State ex rel. Rogers v. Dept. of Rehab. & Corr., 155 Ohio St.3d 545, 2018-Ohio-5111, 122 N.E.3d 1208, ¶ 6. This plus the recent Court of Claims decision suggest there is no reason for delay.
We further request that this information be shared with urgency. Recent information from various government officials and international scientists have suggested that an incredible level of fraud may be occurring in Ohio with regards to COVID-19. We are very concerned that this fraudulent data may be forming the basis for state actions that are so severely damaging small businesses, the health of children and the elderly, families, and creating a general environment of fear throughout the state. As such, it behooves us all to look into this as quickly as possible.
We appreciate your cooperation in fulfilling your duties under OPRA.