On Friday, March 13, 2020, former President Trump declared that, due to COVID-19, the country was now in a national state of emergency. Bolstered to act, the FDA took urgent measures to protect consumers against “bad actors” who claim to “mitigate, prevent, treat, diagnose, or cure COVID-19,” and who therefore put the public health at risk. These measures have also created a war for health freedom.
The Operation Quack Hack team, which continues to “actively” monitor the online ecosystem, has reviewed thousands of websites, social media posts, and online marketplace listings, resulting in more than 220 reports sent to online marketplaces, and more than 266 abuse complaints sent to domain registrars to date.
The FDA even created its very own Flickr album to help further identify “quack products” associated with COVID-19 disease.
Enter: Warning Letters
When I first began my investigation in April 2020, after finding out that I was also on their hit list, the FDA had posted 7 Warning Letters. Shortly after, there were 54 letters. Then 93. Then 161. To date, there are 199 Warning Letters.
Since the onset of the pandemic a year ago now, USA TODAY reports that the FDA and the FTC have sent out an average of 13 letters a week, warning companies and individuals to stop making false claims about their ability to prevent or cure COVID-19.
If the government doesn’t receive an adequate response to its warning letter, they can file suit, seek a restraining order to shut down the company’s websites and operations, arrest the owner, and/or command them to recall and destroy their products and raw materials and refund customers.
What Rules? Anything Can Be Mandated
The irony and hypocrisy is that under the coronavirus, the FDA has given carte blanche to hundreds of products under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). None of these are FDA-approved. They are FDA-issued in which EUA allows the government a sort of suspended animation in which the usual rules do not apply.
Since September 2020, the FDA has to date authorized 242 tests under EUAs, including 194 molecular tests, 44 antibody tests, and four antigen tests. NONE of these lauded treatments are FDA-approved. They are basically unapproved approved products to be used in an “emergency.” Under Emergency Use Authorization, anything can be mandated.
Are we still in an emergency? The mainstream narrative says we are, so I guess they are right…?
The PCR Casedemic
If you look under the hood, it is a bit Mickey Mouse or what I call McMedicine. Let me explain. Under EUA, for instance, there are hundreds of companies who sell RT PCR tests responsible for the current “casedemic.”
However, the RT PCR is NOT a diagnostic tool, an important nugget that even inventor Kary Mullis stated before he died in August 2019. Conveniently, he can no longer contest the validity of the PCR Test. This product has NO business telling someone that they are infected. Since it uses amplification to look at genetic code, it produces false positives if the cycle threshold is set at 35 and above. The false-positive rate is 90%.
“We’re destroying the world with this test and it’s 97% inaccurate,” Del Bigtree recently said to investigative journalist Jefferey Jaxen on the HighWire.
With all the ferocity to test Americans, how many millions of dollars are these products alone generating for what is arguably a manufactured pandemic? Who are the real quacks hacking fear and banking on sickness?
Big Pharma vs. Alternative Practitioners
Pharmaceutical companies make obscene amounts of money. Ten companies, including nine pharmaceutical giants, accounted for half of the health care industry’s $50 billion in worldwide profits in the third quarter of 2018, according to an analysis by Axios’s Bob Herman.
If you haven’t noticed, those in power accuse others of the nefarious things they are doing themselves. This is likely the directive at the Ministry of Truth—take the script, and flip it.
“Consider that in 2014, the World Health Organization issued an ethics ruling that applies to all outbreaks, stating it is ethical to try even unapproved remedies during a pandemic outbreak,” remarks retired attorney Ralph Fucetola, co-trustee of the Natural Solutions Foundation, better known as the Vitamin Lawyer.
“And so when the FDA decides to go after, oh, Alex Jones and others for suggesting that nanosilver might have a role to play, the FDA was actually ignoring WHO’s own ethical determination.”
Rather than tolerate coexistence with alternative practitioners, the government has long been the shock troops of the establishment medical community. During this unprecedented corona pandemic, now more than ever, lines in the sand are being drawn and outliers persecuted. Hence, the brown-shirt mission known as Operation Quack Hack.
Who’s The Real Killer?
By contrast, where is the zeal to go after doctors, hospitals, and drug companies? It’s estimated the U.S. has over 987,000 medically-caused (iatrogenic) deaths every year, surpassing even heart disease and cancer as the leading cause of death. How many humans needlessly died because they were placed on ventilators for $39k a pop or were unable to get therapeutics like Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)?
While the FDA regularly issues “Warning Letters” notifying organizations that they have “significantly violated FDA regulations,” of the approximately 3,000 outstanding FDA Warning Letters, how many are aimed at iatrogenic deaths? Even if all 3,000 letters targeted conventional medical entities—which they do not at all—that would be just a mere .003 percent of the harm done.
Once again, the Federal authorities are putting themselves squarely against common sense and fairness. All for maintaining the fiction that the government is here to help.
Other deadly facts about iatrogenic deaths include:
- 12,000 deaths from unnecessary surgeries
- 7,000 deaths from medication errors in hospitals
- 20,000 deaths from other errors in hospitals
- 80,000 deaths from infections acquired in hospitals
- 106,000 deaths from FDA-approved correctly prescribed medicines
This comes to a total of 225,000 deaths.
But medical freedom fighters face jail time for daring to suggest that natural solutions boost the immune system.
[Editor’s Note: This part 1 of a 5-part series on the FDA’s Operation Quack Hack: Medical Mafia vs. Medical Health Freedom Fighters