African-Americans in Hamilton County may rest assured that the white legal political establishment has little to endanger it from high elected officials who have good intentions but conventional ideas propped by trusting natures.
By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM
Among them is county commissioner Warren Mackey, who gives no sign of seeing anything amiss with the county’s fraudulent and lawless vaccine program. He indicates he is eager for members of his race to participate in the county health department’s PCR testing and inoculation project.
The program is a legally questionable and medically uncertain experimental DNA-altering experimental project with roots in distaste and disregard for black people and the poor. It is based on admitted fraud, on admitted violation of Tenn. Code Ann. § Title 68-5-104, the primary quarantine and epidemics law that requires a determination of the agent of contagion of any potential cause of epidemic. Gov. Bill Lee and local health boss Becky Barnes refuse to make such determination, and are admitted outlaws against that law and are under the shadow of claims of Tenn. Code Ann. 39-16-402, official misconduct.
Commissioner Mackey is not receptive to my efforts starting 1,132 days ago to end Jim Crow traffic arrests as unlawful, ultra vires and, very possibly, racist-tinged, even though I have provided extensive legal basis for ending the project by Hamilton County sheriff’s department led by Jim Hammond. Dr. Mackey has taken no public steps to get the commission to halt this pervasive abuse of police power against people in their cars and trucks.
Dr. Mackey, who taught history at Chattanooga State for many years, also adopts conventional and potentially angerous thinking improperly trusting the local establishment and the global pharma and geopolitical interests behind it.
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He is concerned that blacks are not getting their fair share of shots, as is Adrian Edwards, publisher of Chattanooga News-Chronicle, a “progressive voice in the African American community” in Hamilton County.
Under a headline, “Black Vax Matter,” Marty Lyn has an interview with Dr. Mackey in which he defends “face coverings” and the jabs program.
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“Businesses closed down or partially shuttered, and losing money for a year has been hard on their bottom lines. But for those who believe dropping precautions before we’re all vaccinated and COVID-19 is still going strong, the end of April is too soon for removing this mandate.” Mackey describes our status as “on the cusp,” and says “more time is needed to better assure a healthier County.”
Dr. Mackey believes the county mandate on masks is ending too soon. ““Businesses closed down or partially shuttered, and losing money for a year has been hard on their bottom lines. But for those who believe dropping precautions before we’re all vaccinated and COVID-19 is still going strong, the end of April is too soon for removing this mandate.”
Dr. Mackey says the county has a “capable” health department team, led by Becky Barnes, and says gladly that “churches are making inroads, and volunteers are extremely valuable, we have to get more creative” in convincing blacks to participate.
‘Get vaccinated, or risk COVID’
He recognizes widespread distrust among African-Americans of the medical establishment. “A lot of African Americans don’t trust the vaccine, lots of others are distrustful of the government and feel it’s their right to refuse it. And too many seniors who do want it need help to get to where the vaccines are. Outreach has to improve.”
Dr. Mackey shares the widely publicized line of reasoning that established media and big tech platforms have pushed since February 2020. “Now, the choices are get vaccinated, or risk COVID,” Dr. Mackey says. “There’s no guessing. We know the outcomes are worse for Blacks who contract the virus. The alternative is too often, death. The alternative to not vaccinating is possibly infecting people you care about.”
Time to fight