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Hold a print party for ‘verified notice’ of CV-19 fraud in TN

I keep copies of my verified notice in an envelope in my jacket pocket, and am ready when confronted by someone acting as agent or enforcer of Gov. Bill Lee’s fraudulent CV-19 state of emergency. The notice presses the people’s advantage while they pursue their rights in courts, with a writ of mandamus pending. (Photo David Tulis)

My affidavit about the fraud case against the governor and against Hamilton County health department administrator Becky Barnes Is intended to help you.

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM

If you are a business owner or manager, you can use my affidavit to rebuff a health department inspector or other person who claims to be enforcing county edicts regarding the CV19 or Covid-19 panic.

If you are an individual man or women, you can use the affidavit to put a party on notice a party attempting to harass you over a mask or other pseudo fraudulent directive emanating from the county or state.

The affidavit is called “verified notice of lack of authority, liability.” It says that the lawsuit State of Tennessee ex rel David Jonathan Tulis is in the public record and sets forth unrebutted evidence of fraud and disobedience to state law by the parties brought to the attention of Judge Pam Fleenor. 

Because they are involved in fraud they are not vested with authority to act upon the general public.

The lawsuit intends to obtain compliance with Tennessee Code Ann. § 68-5-104. Becky Barnes is ignoring the statute which imposes duties and obligations on her. Gov. Lee is ignoring the statute, which imposes obligations and duties upon him and his agents, starting with Dr. Lisa Pierce, his appointed health commissioner . Both parties say in court that they have no duty to obey the statute and that the relator in the case, this investigative journalist, has no standing in his effort to hold them to account for fraud and irreparable harm against him and the state of Tennessee and her people. 

Because they are involved in fraud they are not vested with any authority to act upon the general public, the petition for writ of mandamus and equity says.

The envelope in which i keep extra copies of my verified notice regarding the peril of any party that seeks to enforce fraud upon the free people of Tennessee. (Photo David Tulis)

The case is in Hamilton County chancery court, and is about to go up on appeal.

The document is both sides of one sheet of paper, or two pages. It can be downloaded for printing at this link.

Jessica Hedgcock, a homeschool mom of five children in Cleveland, Tenn., suggests folks together for “a print party” to obtain copies of the document and talk about what it means and how the people are to defend themselves against lawless and rogue state, county and city employees participating in the abrogation of Tennessee law and the constitution.

The Tulis Report is 1 p.m. weekdays, live and lococentric. At and on the commie platform, FB, at NoogaRadio 92.7 FM.

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