EmergencyPanic 2020

Coppinger refuses to account for county, state CV-19 jab deaths

Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger, center, poses with well-wishers on his last day in public office. (Photo Hamilton County government)

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Aug. 31, 2022 —  Hamilton County mayor Jim Coppinger exits his post today without having responded to a request for late official comment regarding the rising death toll from the CV-19 shots administered under his watch.

As of today, the jabs have taken 930 lives in Tennessee and injured 12,631 people reporting harm or decease with the U.S. government’s Food and Drug Administration.

The untested medical products were heavily promoted as “safe and effective” drugs, with Mr. Coppinger insisting repeatedly they would save lives and that the DNA-altering treatments would restore local economy.

I asked Mr. Coppinger by email, and a followup phone call with spokesman Mike Dunn, to comment on the aggregate data report. See  “Coppinger asked about mass jab deaths in county”

Insurance company actuaries say excess death in Tennessee is at a staggering 167 percent. Death nationwide in the 35 to 33 age range is at 200 percent. Local deaths are not reported, but based on the sole figure of county-given jabs, the death toll attributable to the county’s role is 508 people caused from the shot.

Hamilton County admits in court it violated the main infectious disease law at T.C.A. § 68-5-104, which requires a determination be made as to the agent of contagion in any outbreak. SARS-CoV-2 has not been isolated, and all pretended mitigation efforts are based on guesswork. My lawsuit against Mr. Coppinger’s health department administrator Becky Barnes indicates the county admitted fraud prior to my October 2020 suit, and also made admissions of felony official misconduct in court filings in Hamilton County chancery court.

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