The defendants in the suit, which include Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government and Doug Ford’s Government of Ontario, are being accused of “overreach” in their response to the crisis. Plaintiffs say the Canadian government imposed “draconian and unjustifiable measures” in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) that unlawfully harmed the people of Canada.
“The mass and indiscriminate containment of citizens, the restriction of access to parliament, the courts, medical and educational services, the destruction of local economies and livelihoods, and the requirement to physically distance, along with the forced use of non-medical masking are extraordinary measures that have never before been imposed on the citizens of Canada,” VCC is alleging.
“The impact of these aberrant measures on our physical, emotional, psychological, social and economic well-being is profoundly destructive and these actions are unsustainable, unwarranted, extreme and unconstitutional.”
In a recent press release, VCC indicated that “multiple parties” are being sued for their involvement in imposing such measures on the Canadian public. Some of the other parties besides the aforementioned include the Municipality of Toronto and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), as well as the following entities:
• Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
• Ontario Premier Doug Ford
• Canada’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Theresa Tam
• Transport Minister Marc Garneau
• Ontario Ministers Christine Elliot (Health) and Stephen Lecce (Education)
• Toronto Mayor John Tory
• Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Williams
Lockdowns harm people’s mental and physical health, lawsuit says
Other defendants named as part of the suit include Dr. Eileen De Villa, the County of Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph and its chief medical officer, and Windsor Essex County and its chief medical officer. CBC, by the way, is a state-funded broadcaster, which is why it is being sued as well.
Citing multiple nurses and informed citizens who have presented solid evidence to suggest that the lockdowns in particular have harmed people’s mental and physical health, the lawsuit seeks damages on behalf of everyone in the Canadian public who suffered under these draconian measures.
The suit also seeks to stop the Canadian government from imposing mandatory vaccination once a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine becomes commercially available. Any attempt at mandatory vaccination would violate the rights of Canadian citizens under the country’s constitution.
The VCC is also asking for a declaration that face masks not be mandated, as being forced to wear them is a violation of one’s own bodily autonomy. So-called “social distancing” is also on the chopping block in the lawsuit, which says it is too “extreme” and harms individuals by keeping them unconstitutionally isolated.
Churches, schools, playgrounds, and other public places must also remain open at all times, no matter the perceived threat, because it is not up to the government to decide which freedoms are allowed every time a sickness passes our way. Not only that, but shutting everything down is “scientifically” invalid, the suit states.
One of the goals of the lawsuit is to recuperate $10 million in punitive damages, as well as $1 million in general damages, specifically from CBC for spreading “misinformation” and “false news” about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) as part of a shock-and-awe campaign aimed at instilling fear and panic over the novel virus.
In its Statement of Claim summary, the lawsuit adds that the entire pandemic was “pre-planned” and “false,” and driven by the likes of the World Health Organization (WHO), Bill Gates and various other “Billionaire Oligarchs” trying to install a “New World (Economic) Order” against the will of the people.
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