New Hampshire House Bill 1661
Submitted by Jason Gerhard; authored by John Paul Beaudoin, Sr.
TWO UPDATES 1/27/2024
The video of the testimony and question and answer can be found at about 5 hours and 19 minutes into this link https://www.youtube.com/live/IvIeoRFjxx4?si=zYWf-rQFPwloEzT_ called this on YouTube House Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs (01/25/2024)
PLEASE WATCH THE DIRECTOR OF THE NH DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SPEAK AFTER ME AND THEN ANSWER (EVADE) QUESTIONS. THIS SHOULD BE WATCHED BY EVERYONE TO SEE HOW GOVERNMENT TREATS THE PEOPLE. Sad and abhorrent behavior.
I’ve been so busy trying to finish the books that I neglected to post things here on Substack. My apologies go out to the readers. The book was done several months ago. Clean-up was done a couple months ago. The business side of publishing seems to pour as fast as syrup outdoors in January in New England.
Tomorrow, I will testify in support of a bill that sheds the most light on public health data anywhere. It is all about data transparency.
If “vaccines” or immunizations or drugs or protocols are “safe” and “effective,” then this bill will enable them to be shown as such … or … not.
Everyone on any side of an aisle or an isle should be for transparency and TRUTH. Imagine if everyone had the TRUTH instead of guesses, opinions, and badly conducted, peer-reviewed, research papers that leave more questions than provide answers. Imagine debate ending based on society-wide results shown publicly. Imagine the government forced to correlate medicament and protocol administration with actual outcomes across variables of time, age, gender (the two of them), and others.
Or … do we just want to have two sides bicker forever over 4 year old trials fudged and cheated? I don’t understand the use of old trial data in trying to prove “safe and effective.” All researchers should DEMAND the data available in all government databases. The only thing that the trial data is good for is evidence of criminal and civil liability. Don’t get me wrong, please. The trial data is very important, but only as evidence of criminal acts such as murder and manslaughter and fraud.
Since my hand-out for tomorrow is a tri-fold, I wasn’t sure how to post them here. Instead of two pages with three columns on each, I’m going to post them in order as it is unfolded. Id est, I’ll post six graphics. I reserve the right to tweak them in the hours before I leave for NH tomorrow. But this is what I have so far. If anything happens to me on the way, please make sure The People of New Hampshire get this information.
Wish me luck tomorrow. I don’t know how legislators are going to ignore the deaths of their young residents from classic covid gene therapy drug causes.