by Guy Page
As both the weather and Vermonters’ concern about encroaching, big government grow warmer, so grows the number of new, grassroots advocates speaking out at monthly Vermont Liberty.net citizen assemblies on the State House steps.
Last Saturday, Steve Merrill, a Northeast Kingdom journalist banned from Gov. Scott’s press conferences earlier this year, told the assembled crowd about that experience and his research into Covid-19 vaccines. The longtime host of a NEKTV program recalled how the governor’s aides first accused him of being called a racist by others, then referred to his show as a ‘hobby entertainment’ not worthy of participating in a press conference before banning him. His appeals for reinstatement have been denied.
A recent column by Merrill quotes mention of HIV/Hepatitis “parts” in the Moderna vaccine patent. He states, “the question I would pose to Vt. DOH head Dr. Levine or anyone else who knows molecular biology and can read this application (approved for “Emergency Use” Authorization) and explain to me is this, “Are there HIV (AIDs, incurable) and HCV (Hep—C, curable) “parts” in this vaccine?” When asked by Vermont Daily Tuesday about whether the Moderna vaccine contains HIV or Hep-C materials, Levine said he didn’t know.
Merrill and some (but not all) other speakers and attendees appear below.
“Young people are being distracted by divisive narratives. They don’t realize they are being disenfranchised.” – Linden Politi, Burlington
Steve Merrill, host of NEKTV public access television program, told listeners he was excluded from the governor’s press conferences for being an “accused racist” (an accusation he denies) and then for engaging in ‘hobby entertainment’ and not real journalism – despite asking challenging, detailed questions about the pandemic policies and vaccines week after week.
This young man came to show his support for liberty and the heritage of the Green Mountain Boys.
Genna Barnaby of Colchester shows a posterboard about legislation supporting freedom to choose vaccination – a policy she strongly supports.
The event was organized by lawyer/pastor/farmer John Klar of Brookfield. The founder of Vermont Liberty Network and a critic of Critical Race Theory. ““They tell us white silence is violence, but if we say anything that disagrees with their ideology we are silenced.”
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