Attorney who Says Vaccines Killed 45,000 People Sues over Vax Mandate

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Hawaii Governor David Ige last week announced that state and county employees will be required to be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. Now, 1,200 workers are suing in one of the first lawsuits in the nation of its kind. Attorney Michael Green filed a class-action lawsuit and said that tests around the country show that almost 45,000 people who received Covid vaccinations were dead within 72 hours. He said that deaths caused by Covid injections are intentionally under-reported across the country. He argued that weekly testing is an unnecessary procedure because the CDC admits that asymptomatic people do not spread the virus. Furthermore, Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin are effective treatments.

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Approximately 1,200 first responders, police officers and firefighters are planning to file a class action lawsuit on Friday against the state’s Covid vaccine mandate, according to local news sites.

The attorneys representing the workers’ unions claim the vaccine requirement violates the workers’ collective bargaining agreement.

Hawaii Gov. David Ige announced last week that state and county workers will need to get vaccinated or submit to testing starting August 16, saying those that don’t comply may get fired.

After the announcement was made, many state workers’ unions criticized the governor for failing to discuss the plan with individual unions ahead of time.

Hawaii is one of the states leading in Covid-19 vaccinations, according to the Mayo Clinic, with over 70% of its population having received at least one vaccine, and has one of the strictest masking rules, having kept its indoor mask mandate when other states dropped theirs.


“They’re just asking for the chance to choose,” said Shawn Luiz, an attorney representing the Hawaii unions, told KHON2. “It’s a personal, autonomous healthcare decision, and everyone should make their own choice, whether or not they want to take a vaccine or not.”


Hawaii’s Attorney General’s office told local news that it is “confident” the vaccine and testing policy is “lawful and constitutional,” and it said that the governor did not have to consult the unions before implementing the new vaccine requirement. Discussions between Gov. David Ige and the workers’ unions are set to continue through Monday.

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8 months ago

The world would be better served with a REAL vaccine for ignorance, fear and stupidity! Just the fact that people continue to fear Covid and take these “kill shots” shows me just how out of touch and misinformed people are! There’s a big difference between herding people with lies and fear and approaching a “crisis” in a reasonable truthful way!