Letter to the Yamhill County Board of Commissioners, by Margaret Anna Alice

The Yamhill County Board of commissioners wants more balanced information on Covid, and Margaret Anna Alice gives it to them, in spades. From Margaret Anna Alice at margaretannaalice.substack.com:

On the Proposal to Include More Balanced COVID Information on the Yamhill County Public Health Website

Letter to the Yamhill County Board of Commissioners; Man Drawing Formulas on Chalkboard, e=mc2

“Science can flourish only in an atmosphere of free speech.”

—Albert Einstein

I understand you will be meeting to discuss the inclusion of more balanced information on COVID at your website.

Lindsay Berschauer, Casey Kulla, and Mary Starrett, I applaud you for this effort and enthusiastically encourage you to honor the sacred process of scientific inquiry; respect the intellectual capacity and discernment of Oregonians; and provide full transparency regarding data, policymaking, and other COVID-related topics.

To cite another Einstein quote:

“A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.”

I would specifically like to request more balanced information and transparency about:

  • data on breakthrough infections
  • the tallying methodologies and changing goal posts for categorizing unvaccinated vs. vaccinated in reports on cases, hospitalizations, breakthrough infections, and deaths (e.g., “unvaccinated” may include those within the first 14 days post-vaccination, those without their second vaccination, those without a booster, those who were inoculated at a pharmacy or other vendor outside the Asante or Providence system, etc.)
  • testing protocols, including the PCR test cycle thresholds used since testing began
  • deaths “with” vs. “from” COVID
  • mortality and hospitalization data, including ages and comorbidities for COVID-classified deaths and hospitalizations
  • VAERS adverse events data on injuries and fatalities for those injected with the Pfizer, Moderna, and/or Johnson & Johnson vaccines
  • stories and testimonials of those injured or bereaved following COVID vaccination
  • resources and options for individuals who have become disabled or suffered the loss of loved ones following COVID vaccination as well as for those who have lost income due to the unconstitutional and coercive employer mandate
  • financial incentives provided to hospitals and other medical facilities for reporting COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths
  • financial incentives provided to educational institutions, school boards, employers, and other agencies for enforcing COVID policies
  • financial disincentives and other institutional pressures to suppress COVID vaccine–related injuries and deaths and discourage autopsies
  • training and awareness programs for doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals regarding the legal requirement to file VAERS reports documenting all post-vaccination injuries and fatalities

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