In an emergency, you don’t need a herd of turtles gathering to make an emergency decision.
— Alabama Governor, Kay Ivy
The Epoch Times reports on this. Alabama Governor Kay Ivy and Health Director Scott Harris are being sued. At the end of the article The Epoch Times cites the John Hopkins Study that was released too late to do any good during the pandemic, but may be useful in this lawsuit:
The lawsuit cites a study from the John Hopkins University that says the lockdowns had “little to no effect” on the COVID-19 pandemic and that the lockdowns “imposed enormous economic and social cost” to businesses.”
The study says that lockdowns had “devastating effects” that contributed to “reducing economic activity, raising unemployment, reducing schooling, causing political unrest, contributing to domestic violence, and undermining liberal democracy.”
“These costs to society must be compared to the benefits of lockdowns, which our meta-analysis has shown are marginal at best,” the study states. “Such a standard benefit-cost calculation leads to a strong conclusion: lockdowns should be rejected out of hand as a pandemic policy instrument.”
I hope this is a small taste of the landslide of lawsuits to come. Dr. Naomi Wolf held two seminars on filing both civil lawsuits and criminal charges against school and public officials. They have been very well-received.
We must never forget what these people have done to us and our children. They, the individuals, need to be held accountable.