The following post is more for proof that certain documents were sent to the Office of the Governor of Colorado than for anyone’s reading enjoyment. After a round of Freedom of Information exchanges, I came to the conclusion his staff members simply don’t know anything. Orders come from above. They have no clue as to masking, distancing, the utter uselessness of PCR testing or the failure to isolate a virus anywhere, anytime.
My intent then is contained in the fourth paragraph of my letter to Megan Ryan, the woman who “handled” my FOIA by linking me to a bunch of non-scientific mask studies, and nothing more. She ignored everything else including distancing, quarantine, isolation of virus, etc. She must have spent all of ten minutes on the exercise, cursing me as she went. I want it on record that that office has access to information about the pandemic, as lawsuits are indeed cropping up around the world. I do not want them, if sued, to be able to claim innocence. By putting the information forwarded to Ryan up here, I have evidence that she received the package I sent on December 21, 2020. Without this, I fear they may send it back or shred it, claiming never to have gotten it. Eventually I will include the tracking data.
I ask that anyone with resources link to this post, or mirror it, so that it too does not go down Winston Smith’s memory hole. (Smith, if you remember the book 1984, worked for the Ministry of Truth.) The memory hole was a small chute that led to a large incinerator. A metaphorical memory is deliberate alteration or disappearance of inconvenient or embarrassing documents, photographs, transcripts or other records, such as from a website or other archive, particularly as part of an attempt to give the impression that something never happened. I want the Governor of Colorado to face his constituents in court. In my view, he has committed abuse and fraud against us.
What follows is mere use of this blog for storage. Read it if you please, but I am using it to serve a different purpose.
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