By B.N. Frank
Like other Americans, many Ohioans have been protesting what’s become legally mandated during the pandemic. Some actually are legislators. Some are business owners who have filed lawsuits.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) – Cedar Point, Kalahari Resorts, and Kings Island have filed suit against Dr. Amy Acton as director of the Ohio Department of Health.
They say the Ohio Department of Health does not have the authority to keep these facilities closed.
The lawsuits have been filed in Warren and Erie county.
The suit claims “unconstitutional conduct,” saying that Dr. Acton is obstructing the mental health of the public by overinflating the risk of harm to the public from the COVID-19 outbreak.
The suit claims amusement and water parks have been unfairly singled out with no evaluation of whether they are safe.
Many American elected officials – including in Ohio – are also using the pandemic as an excuse to enforce the tracking and monitoring of citizens using 5G technology. 5G has been used for that in China since before the pandemic including for what has been described as “automated racism” (see 1, 2). As if there’s not already enough racism…
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