A White Hat sting to expose vaccine-loving physicians resulted in the arrest of 100 providers figuratively foaming at the mouth to jab Navy JAG and Army CID investigators posing as patients.
As reported earlier this month, the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps is holding sealed indictments on at least 19,000 physicians who conspired with the CDC/NIH to frighten patients into getting the clot shot. A JAG source told Real Raw News that this week’s sting is independent of those indictments.
On Monday investigators of the joint task force began scheduling appointments with random physicians across 12 states, establishing themselves as new patients needing a physical exam. Some task force members told receptionists they felt perfectly healthy but hadn’t had a physical in years. Others complained about mild maladies—sore throats, sniffles, stomach aches, etc. A few frantically said they had Covid and were sure of it even though home-testing showed negative results. They all posed as uninsured, cash-paying patients using counterfeit identification.
That afternoon, an undercover investigator walked inside a Seattle clinic and was given a lengthy questionnaire to complete. Are you vaccinated against Covid-19? When was your last vaccination? Have you knowingly had contact with a Covid positive person in the last 14 days? “No,” “Never,” and “How would I know?” the investigator answered. In the exam room, a tech glanced at his chart and shook her head in disappointment, commenting that the doctor would be upset at the patient’s vaccination status.
“I don’t care about Covid. I’m here because I have stomach cramps and chronic diarrhea,” the investigator lied. “I’m shitting myself at night.”
The tech was correct about the physician’s demeanor. He cared less about recurring diarrhea than the investigator’s “irresponsible decision to stay unvaccinated while 1,000 people a day in the U.S. were still dying of Covid or hooked to ventilators.” He scolded the investigator, saying the unvaccinated were imperiling the lives of family, friends, and co-workers, and recommended that he get a “double vaccination” during the office visit. As he belittled the patient, a nurse carrying a syringe entered the room and told the patient to sit down and relax his arm.
When the investigator refused, the physician called him an “anti-vaccine conspiracist” and said the clinic treated only “cooperative” patients who didn’t subscribe to “conspiracy theories.” Moreover, he admitted he was obligated to report the unvaccinated to the King County Department of Health and to a regional medical society, the latter a plunderbund of 12,000 physicians that blacklists unvaccinated persons.
“Are you saying you’ll tell other doctors to refuse service because I don’t want to get vaccinated?” the investigator asked.
“That’s correct. I am ethically bound to protect the vaccinated against the unvaccinated,” the doctor reportedly replied.
The investigator met further resistance at the reception desk. He tried paying the $160 bill in cash, but the receptionist claimed the clinic accepted only credit or debit cards. He chuckled, left the money on the desk, and departed the office.
That evening, investigators apprehended the physician as he closed shop, charging him under Part 253 of the Insurrection Act of 1807, which states, “…allows the president to use the military in a state to suppress any insurrection, domestic violence, unlawful combination, or conspiracy that so hinders the execution of the laws that any portion of the state’s inhabitants are deprived of a constitutional right and state authorities are unable or unwilling to protect that right.”
“That our plant didn’t get vaxxed is irrelevant. There’s a broad conspiracy denying medical care to people who want to stay unvaccinated, evidenced by the doctor’s willingness to add patients’ names to a universal blacklist. That’s actionable. We will find other crimes on him, like getting financially compensated to push the vaccine,” our JAG source said.
Although detailing each arrest is beyond the scope of this article, the task force nabbed 99 other physicians in 11 states under similar circumstances over the last five days.
“There’s a silver lining to all this; we also saw 35 doctors who adamantly discouraged the plants from getting vaxxed and encouraged them to use ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine if they ever test positive. Shows there are still some good doctors out there,” our source said in closing.
President Donald J. Trump has been informed about the arrests.
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