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COVID Curfew - MAGA March - Election Lawsuits - 2021 Session


Dear Friends,

I hope you’re ready for the cooler weather as we approach the holidays ahead. As you know there is a lot going on at all levels.

I’ll exercise my editorial privilege to show you a picture of my baby granddaughter on a crisp morning this week. It’s these little ones who will live in the world we are shaping in the here and now, so we need to get it right. 

If you would like me to continue serving please consider supporting me for re-election. 

 

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE 2021 SESSION

Top Of Virginia Regional Chamber - Pre-Session 2021 Legislators Forum 

Elected officials discuss legislative priorities, COVID-19 restrictions and marijuana. When asked about fully reopening the state in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, LaRock said, “it should never have been closed.” He said that while measures should be put in place to help elderly, sick and at-risk people, he said there are “financial, economic and human costs” to staying closed. A healthy economy is important for maintaining healthy families, he said.

2021 Session - Legislation Ideas

I have 30+ bills being drafted; most of them are repeating worthwhile efforts from previous sessions. The Speaker says each Delegate will only be allowed to file 7 bills, so some will have to wait or be transferred to other legislators. I will share more details later, but I’m wide open to feedback on which ones matter most to you. Here’s a condensed list:

Transportation:

  • Lockbox to protect against diversion of transportation funds
  • Incident management vehicles for more efficient clearing of accidents
  • CTB; revenue-sharing funds
  • Dulles Greenway- VDOT oversight instead of SCC; reasonable return
  • Engineering contracts; maximum value

Local/constituent issues:

  • Nutrient credit trading; hydrologic units.
  • Co-ops authority to attach communications cables/ broadband

Government reform and accountability:

  • Protect civil rights from emergency orders (special session HB5075)
  • VPPA; verification of work for information technology project services; required contract provisions
  • VPPA; preference for contractors using automatic billing verification software
  • Require transparency and accountability software use for state agencies with over 20 employees working remotely
  • Real and personal property tax exemptions
  • Local ordinances must be publicly available to be enforced

Education:

  • K-12: family life education standards; live human unborn baby ultrasound viewing required.
  • Tax credit; home instruction and private school

Public Safety:

  • Prohibit local government self-defense-free zones
  • Law Enforcement Transparency and Accountability reintroduce 2021 special session 

Medical Freedom:

  • Powers of Commissioner in epidemic. Add safety and ethical requirements for commissioner-mandated vaccine
  • Religious exemption - childhood vaccines and emergency vaccines
  • Medical privacy protection; immunization history or status
  • Bill to protect citizens from compulsory disease testing
  • Resolution on individuals' right to make their own medical decisions
  • Proposed statutory statement of fundamental right to be free from medical mandates
  • COVID-19 vaccine legislation
  • Create a temporary space for insurance companies to try-out new products and services
  • Abortion; fetal dismemberment prohibited

COVID-19 and VACCINES

Yesterday, Governor Northam justified his curfew edict by quoting his mothers advice, but here's what real analysis shows: Briand (Genevieve Briand, assistant program director of the Applied Economics masters degree program at Hopkins) noted that "...50,000 to 70,000 deaths are seen both before and after COVID-19, indicating that this number of deaths was normal long before COVID-19 emerged. Therefore, according to Briand, not only has COVID-19 had no effect on the percentage of deaths of older people, but it has also not increased the total number of deaths"

Experimental vaccine anyone?

The Great Barrington Declaration – As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection

A Sensible and Compassionate Anti-COVID Strategy From Hillsdale College: “In discussing the deadliness of COVID, we need to distinguish COVID cases from COVID infections. A lot of fear and confusion has resulted from failing to understand the difference.” In early March, the case fatality rate in the U.S. was roughly three percent—nearly three out of every hundred people who were identified as “cases” of COVID in early March died from it. Compare that to today, when the fatality rate of COVID is known to be less than one half of one percent.

A positive test for COVID-19 reveals little about how sick or contagious the patient might be.

No need for vaccines, Covid effectively over: Ex-Pfizer VP

November 23, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) While Pfizer pharmaceutical made headlines announcing the imminent release of their COVID-19 vaccine, to much fanfare, a former Vice President and Chief Scientist for the company has flatly rejected the need for any vaccines to bring the COVID

pandemic to an end. This according to Dr. Michael Yeadon, who “spent over 30 years leading new [allergy and respiratory] medicines research in some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies,” and retired from Pfizer with “the most senior research position in this field.

COVID lockdown Restrictions- Despite COVID-19 deaths in Northern Virginia remaining low for the last several months, source here, Governor Northam is tightening the screws, over-reacting to an increase in positive test results.

Thursday afternoon, he announced the following unconstitutional "mitigation measures" will take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, December 14:

  • Stay at Home Order: 12:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m.
  • Mask mandate expands to requires all individuals aged five and over to wear face coverings in indoor and outdoor public settings.
  • Reduction in social gatherings: All social gatherings must be limited to 10 individuals, down from the current cap of 25 people. This does not apply to restaurants, retail stores, religious services, employment settings, or educational settings.

The full text of Executive Order Seventy-Two, which incorporates earlier Executive Orders Sixty-Three and Sixty-Seven is available here

In addition to my previous and ongoing legislative efforts on this issue, I am a plaintiff on a lawsuit currently seeking to end the Governor's unconstitutional executive orders. More on these efforts is on my website.

 

2020 ELECTION ISSUES

IF YOU WITNESSED ANY IRREGULARITIES RELATING TO THE 2020 ELECTION, PLEASE SEND THEM TO US

I have been working along with others who are researching possible irregularities in Virginia and actions that could be needed and possible.

Many believe President Trump won by a landslide and is the rightful winner; if you agree, go here:

How President Trump can still win the 2020 election and what you can do to help make it happen

“The federal Constitution places the obligation for choosing presidential Electors on state legislatures:

“Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress....” (emphasis added) [Article II, Section 1, clause 2]”

“The public cannot have confidence in the 2020 presidential election unless competent authority examines and ensures that only legal ballots were counted. State legislatures hold constitutional authority to send Congress a slate of presidential electors if the vote count or election procedures violated state law.”

Pending challenges to the outcome of the 2020 presidential election

Here are the two cases pending in SCOTUS that could alter the Presidential election.

1. Texas v. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan & Wisconsin

The motion for leave to file bill of complaint and bill of complaint were filed by Texas in the U.S. Supreme Court. The complaint invokes the U.S. Supreme Court's original jurisdiction under Article III. It may be late in the game, but it puts the issue of the legitimacy of the election rules changes squarely in the lap of the U.S. Supreme Court.

2. Mike Kelly v. Pennsylvania

Justice Alito moved up the deadline for Pennsylvania to respond to Congressman Mike Kelly's application for injunctive relief, based on his state constitutional challenge to Pennsylvania Act 77.

Let’s Talk About This Texas Lawsuit... What Does It Mean?

TX AG Paxton: Election Lawsuit a Bid to Protect Integrity, Constitution

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed suit on Tuesday against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, claiming the four states exploited the pandemic to justify ignoring election laws.

Virginia RNC delegation Statement of Support for President Trump

More updates on legal challenges here.

Donate to President Trump's Legal Defense Fund here

Donate to the Legal Defense Fund for the American Republic - Sidney Powell, General Michael Flynn's amazing defense attorney and unquestionably one of the smartest women in America is, thankfully, involved in exposing fraud and ensuring that last week's election is not stolen from President Trump and the American people. Please check out her website HERE.

Donate to the Republican Candidates in the Georgia Senate Runoffs HERE. It is critical that Republicans hold onto both of these seats!

 

MARCH FOR TRUMP RALLY

 

BE A CITIZEN MEMBER OF VIRGINIA'S 2021 REDISTRICTING COMMISSION

Application Deadline: Monday, December, 28, 2020

As you know, Amendment 1 passed last month, so redistricting in Virginia will now be done by a commission. The 16-member Commission will consist of eight citizen members and eight legislative members. You can apply to be a citizen member. Details at the link below.

https://redistricting.dls.virginia.gov/RedApplicationDownload.aspx

As always, thank you for the honor and privilege of serving you in the Virginia House of Delegates. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions!

Sincerely,

If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call or email my office at 540-751-8364 or DelDLaRock@house.virginia.gov. You can also follow me on Twitter @LaRock4Delegate and like my Facebook page to keep up to date.

 
 

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