CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., March 12, 2023 – I remain disappointed in local officials who ignore continuing reporting at NoogaRadio Network and elsewhere about the state of overthrow of Tennessee’s legal liberties since 2020 by Gov. Bill Lee and his allies in exchange for a lethal biosecurity state.
By David Tulis / NoogaRadio Network
They have violated their sworn commitments to the people in their protective and defensive roles.
Tennessee has 1,077 jab death reports at VAERs, meaning 107,700 deaths, given an underreporting factor of 100x. Using a lower conservative rate proposed by Steve Kirsch of Vaccine Safety Research Foundation of 41x, the death toll in Tennessee is 44,157 souls. The FDA-run site indicates that among Tennesseans 13,392 actual jab harm or side effect reports put the injuries at 1.339 million in a population of 7 million.
The claims upon local officials – under God and under law – are numerous, the basis of the people’s grievance many.
Moving landmarks violates God’s equity rules
The breach against covenant with the people is the sin of moving of a landmark. “You shall not remove your neighbor’s landmark, which the men of old have set, in your inheritance which you will inherit in the land that the Lord your God is giving you to possess,” Deut. 19:14. “’Cursed is the one who moves his neighbor’s landmark.’ And all the people shall say, ‘Amen!’” Deut. 27:17. “Do not remove the ancient landmark Which your fathers have set.” Prov. 22:28. The landmark is the Tennessee supreme law — the constitution
The injury of policy neglect offends the 6th commandment, “Thou shalt not kill,” which “requireth all lawful endeavors to preserve our own life, and the life of others” and “forbiddeth the taking away of our own life, or the life of our neighbor unjustly, or whatsoever tendeth thereunto,” in the words of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.
The commission’s disregard of God’s laws and man’s laws are part of God’s evil providence for Hamilton County, Tenn., and Chattanooga as long as these men, with their spiritual blindness and negligence, if not bold malice, hold positions of civil authority.
Claims under man
The Hamilton County commission, like other elected bodies of local civil authority, participates in an inversion of public order that is, perhaps under God’s providence, our due. Ezekiel tells how Israel is an adulterous wife who takes strangers into bed. “All prostitutes receive gifts, but you give gifts to all your lovers, bribing them to come to you from everywhere for your illicit favors. So in your prostitution you are the opposite of others; no one runs after you for your favors. You are the very opposite, for you give payment and none is given to you.” Ez. 16:33, 34.
Our officials would have played along with the fraudulent national narrative of shutdowns, chin diaper mandates, lockouts and threats even without the tens of millions of dollars in funding.
In overthrow of lawful government, mass death is invisible, and the civil authority strenuously ignores God’s laws — and men’s just laws as those intended to serve the people in state of Tennessee. All around us, plague, clinging illness, dread, carcasses and judgments like those listed in detail in Deuteronomy’s 28th chapter.
Even godless heathen people can see, in men’s laws, the overthrow of equity and justice in Tennessee, specifically in Hamilton County.
Tennessee law violations
- ➤ Commissioners fail to use their authority, as overseers of the Hamilton County hospital authority, to demand physicians in the county and local medical practices to uphold the Hippocratic oath requiring doctors to look out for the welfare of patients. For two years, a death protocol involving Remdesivir and intubation controlled “Covid-19 treatment,” enriching county coffers.
- ➤ Commission members accept violations of Tenn. Code Ann. § 68-5-104, the health law I sued over that requires a determination be made as to the cause or agent of contagion in any disease outbreak, starting at the county level. The description of this violation is traced out in other violations, of the Tennessee constitution itself.
- ➤ They accept violation of oath of office by Gov. Lee, and violation of terms of employment by Becky Barnes, the administrator of the health department in October 2020 when I filed suit.
- ➤ The commission members tolerate the implied crime that follows breach of oath. That is the official misconduct statute at § 39-14-203 that forbids “an act under color of office or employment that exceeds the public servant’s official power” or an act in which the official “[r]efrains from performing a duty that is imposed by law,” which is a felony.
- ➤ The county commission, joined by others in local government, accept by these two people, and cooperating parties, official oppression, in violation of Tenn. Code Ann. 39-16-403, which says any act in which the official “Intentionally denies or impedes another in the exercise or enjoyment of any right, privilege, power or immunity, when the public servant knows the conduct is unlawful,” a felony.
- ➤ Jim Hammond, sheriff now out of office, and others violate the ban on martial law in Tenn. const. art. 1, sect. 25, that “no citizen of this state, except such as are employed in the army of the United States, or militia in actual service, shall be subjected to punishment under the martial or military law. That martial law, in the sense of the unrestricted power of military officers, or others, to dispose of the persons, liberties or property of the citizen, is inconsistent with the principles of free government, and is not confided to any department of the government of this state.” The “lockdown” violated this ban and should have been denounced and rejected publicly by all in local government.
- ➤ The Hamilton County commission, like perhaps yours in your Tennessee county, shreds the ban on pretended law in the constitution art. 11, sect. 16. The declaration of rights hereto prefixed is declared to be a part of the Constitution of the state, and shall never be violated on any pretense whatever. And to guard against transgression of the high powers we have delegated, we declare that everything in the bill of rights contained, is excepted out of the general powers of the government, and shall forever remain inviolate.”
- ➤ The commission closed churches without consequence, violating art. 1, sect 3, “That all men have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own conscience; that no man can *** control or interfere with the rights of conscience; and that no preference shall ever be given, by law, to any religious establishment or mode of worship.” They participated in the closure with silence when it is always their duty to speak and uphold and protect liberty.
- ➤ They have applied police powers without warrant upon the people as a whole, violating the right to due process built into Tennessee law. The constitution art. 1, sect. 7 says that “the people shall be secure in their persons, houses, papers and possessions, from unreasonable searches and seizures; and that general warrants, whereby an officer may be commanded to search suspected places, without evidence of the fact committed, or to seize any person or persons not named, whose offences are not particularly described and supported by evidence, are dangerous to liberty and ought not be granted.”
This provision requires police power to be applied to men and women personally, individually. No mass arrest. No mass searches. No mass trials. The CV-19 “emergency” applied unwarranted police power promiscuously upon the whole population under a fraudulent emergency.
- ➤ And local officials violate, or allow to be violated by others, the bills of rights sect. 8 that “no man shall be taken or imprisoned, or disseized of his freehold, liberties or privileges, or outlawed, or exiled, or in any manner destroyed or deprived of his life, liberty or property, but by the judgment of his peers, or the law of the land.” In other words, due process always applies. No one in the free state of Tennessee has authority to apply coercive power upon groups of people, upon an entire population. It happened in 2020 and 2021. It will happen again.
- ➤ the commission denies the ban on closure of the courts, that they approved by acquescence in breach of law. Tenn. const. art. 1, sect. 17 says “[t]hat all courts shall be open; and every man, for an injury done him in his lands, goods, person or reputation, shall have remedy by due course of law, and right and justice administered without sale, denial, or delay.”
- ➤ Not protected by the city council and county commission, the right of assembly and remonstrance. As to the latter right, I drafted in September 2021 a remonstrance laying out the county’s legal duties against the fraud of the “Covid-10 pandemic” disaster, including what effectively is legal repentance and beginning work to make whole the people the county injured with the jab. The right of assembly protects public meetings, open courts and the rights of association for religion and other private purposes. Sect. 23 of the bill of rights says that “the citizens have a right, in a peaceable manner, to assemble together for their common good, to instruct their representatives, and to apply to those invested with the powers of government for redress of grievances, or other proper purposes, by address of remonstrance.” No one on Earth has authority to shut any church down under any pretense.
- ➤ In accepting fraudulent emergency controls by Gov. Lee and the Republican party, Hamilton County commission members reject the concept of divided government outlined in Tenn. const. art. 2, sect. 1, establishing executive, legislative and judicial branches. They do not rebuke and resist legislating by Gov. Lee, nor do they rebuke judicial approval of his admitted-in-court fraud. Judicial approval occurred March 13, 2020, when then-chief justice Jeff Bivins inked an order shutting down the courts, in sympathy with Gov. Lee’s March 12 executive order a day earlier.
- ➤ County government harvests cash from residents to pay for two doctors who have followed policy rather than public health under law. Policy is participation in the CV-19 disaster. Public health requires that these two physicians be sentinels, watchdogs, defenders against health-harming diseases — and pretended treatments.
Dr. Michael Metcalfe is the county’s medical examiner. He is on the payroll at F$213,707 a year, the second-highest paid person. His job is not merely forensic — to discover cause of death in a crime. It is medical. He has made no publicized findings either of Covid-19 or of jab harms. The highest-paid employee is Dr. Stephen Miller, county health officer, rewarded F$220,000 annually. He is the figurehead of the Hamilton County health department, whose administrator Becky Barnes I sued for fraud and breach. Neither doctor has seen the first jab harm in Hamilton County. Neither has seen the first jab death Hamilton County, according to Google news coverage searches.
Consequences — mass harm, mass death
➤ Taylor Shipley, in the real estate business in Chattanooga, is a husband and father, and after getting the CV-19 jab is stricken with bone cancer. Travis Shipley, his dad, gives a terrifying interview on Tulis Report, at this Facebook link.
Most powerful interview ever on Tulis Report
A recent family message on Facebook, March 6: “Week 19 update – today is a bittersweet day. We leave for Nashville tonight and Taylor starts chemo Wednesday. Currently, his transplant will be next Wednesday, the 15th. We are hoping these next 100 days will fly by. The hardest part is leaving Charlie behind and it’s something we’ve been dreading for weeks. *** We can’t thank everyone enough for the love and support you have shown us. Just keep us in your prayers – for this transplant to be successful, for everything to be as painless as possible for Tay and Sky, for Charlie to be strong through all of this, and anything else you want to send our way.”
➤ David William Meredith, 51 of Rossville, Georgia, “passed away” March 7, 2023. According to his obituary at Chattanoogan.com, Mr. Meredith was born and raised in the Chattanooga and North Georgia area. He graduated from Kirkman High School and earned an associate’s degree in Business. Mr. Meredith worked for Kenco for 26 years in logistics and was OSHA director. “He enjoyed playing video games, watching drag races, going antiquing, and riding his bicycle. Most of all, David loved spending time with the light of his life, his daughter Bailee. He was fun loving, head strong, and outgoing. David is dearly loved and will be greatly missed.” Since the jab, inexplicable death of young people is commonplace among otherwise healthy people.