Current Events - COVID-19 Edition


Sent: October 26, 2022 12:41 PM To: provhlthoffice@gov.bc.ca; bonnie.henry@gov.bc.ca; adrian.dix.MLA@leg.bc.ca Cc: Letnick.MLA, Norm LASS:EX <Norm.Letnick.MLA@leg.bc.ca>; renee.merrifield@bcliberals.com; david.eby.MLA@leg.bc.ca; premier@gov.bc.ca; premier@gov.ab.ca Subject: Current Events - COVID-19 Edition


Dr. Henry,


I have yet to receive an email from you regarding any of my correspondence, but hope, as they say, springs eternal! It’s been a while since I emailed you, so I wanted to bring your attention to recent current events in case you haven’t been paying attention. Let’s start with the news article that is most likely to be used against you in a court of law, shall we? As you are aware, yesterday the New York Supreme Court ruled against the Health Commissioner of the City of New York, and awarded back pay to those employees who had been terminated as a result of New York’s “public health” order (the “Order”) dated October 29, 2021, which required all City employees to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19. The Order was extended to the private sector on December 13, 2021, which then exempted certain professions (aka “the elites”) from requiring the vaccine. Let’s compare this to the Province of British Columbia, which, as you know, has at various times mandated the discrimination of public and private unvaccinated persons, but at this time only targets the industry in this province that is most short of workers: healthcare.


I won’t bore you with the whole opinion, as I’m pretty sure you ignore all court rulings and scientific studies that don’t comport with your special brand of $cience (brought to the people of BC by Pfizer Inc., Moderna and, of course, Sudden Adult Death Syndrome); however, if for some reason your conscience experiences a brief pang, here it is: https://eddsa.blob.core.usgovcloudapi.net/public/85163_2022_George_Garvey_et_al_v_City_of_New_York_et_al_DECISION___ORDER_ON_37.pdf. As you can see, in its ruling on page 11 of the opinion, the Court found that the exemption of certain employees from the Order rendered “all of these vaccine mandates arbitrary and capricious”. The Court went on to further find that “[b]eing vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting Covid-19. . . . CDC guidelines regarding quarantine and isolation are the same for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.” What I especially like about this ruling is that the Court called out the City of New York for its hypocrisy in first allowing first responders to work without protective gear during the “height of the pandemic”, only to “cast them aside” after they had been exposed to COVID-19 and obtained natural immunity. The Court further stated that the “vaccination mandate for City employees was not just about safety and public health; it was about compliance.” (emphasis mine). Sound familiar?


Moving on to other current events!! Let’s recap:

Of course, it’s only Wednesday, so who knows what the rest of the week holds! And this is just a drop in the bucket of things to come once Dr. Fau-xi, Jennifer Psaki and others are deposed! I can’t wait. You must be pretty excited too, since it’s likely a taste of things to come north of the border!


I remain, as ever, your loyal subject.

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