Announcement: Leader Page Launched
Government & Corporate Employee Paper
Governmental and Corporate employers wholly violated employees’ right to refuse the administration of COVID-19 experimental substances.
DoD COVID-19 Violation Report
DoD violated the fundamental rights of service members to refuse a COVID-19 experimental substance.
DoD Fact Sheet
Two-page fact sheet that will open the eyes of your commanders and fellow service members.
See SECDEF’s orders visually and learn the hierarchy of EUA products within the DoD.
About Brian Ward
Brian Ward has spent 30 years in corporate strategy and marketing. His specialties include revenue generation, research, strategic analysis, process development, and the power of story.
He loves his God, family, and the people of this nation. This love compelled him to spend more than 1,000 hours researching the history and legal administration of investigational new drugs. Now, Brian is on a mission to ensure those harmed by illegal mandates acquire justice.
Brian is available for expert testimony, legislative initiatives, online workshop training, legal brief analysis, and other related activities.
What Is Legally Effective Informed Consent?
As required by law, legally effective informed consent is obtained when authorities: 1) disclose quality information to the individual required to make an informed decision; 2) ensure the individual understands the risks and benefits of the experimental drug; 3) provide an opportunity for the individual to consider whether or not to participate; and 4) ensure the individual is not under “sanctions,” “coercion,” or “undue influence” by persons of authority when consenting to participate.
Can I Be Required To Participate in an EUA product?
21 USC 360bbb-3 is a federally protected right to “accept or refuse administration of the [EUA] product.” This is an inalienable right which no man can take away.
21 USC 360bbb-3 (L) states, “Nothing in this section provides the Secretary any authority to require any person to carry out any activity that becomes lawful pursuant to an authorization under this section…” This means that the Secretary may authorize the use of a substance, but the manufacturer is not required to make it, no one is required to distribute it, no health care provider is required to carry it, and no person is required to participate in it.
FDA Said They Were Interchangeable
Pfizer told the world on the day COMIRNATY was approved that, “an individual may be offered either COMIRNATY® (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) or the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by SARS-CoV-2.”
Interchangeable means that both drugs may be used to fulfill the same intent. This is why the FDA stated that both are interchangeable without presenting safety concerns.
However, a health care provider may not use BioNTech COVID-19 in place of COMIRNATY without your consent. Also, governments and corporations may not mandate the use of BioNTech simply because it fulfills the same purpose as COMIRNATY. Both drugs may share the same formulation, but they do not share the same drug labels, and those labels have significant legal consequences to the user.
What Is CovidPenalty.Com?
This website was published as a resource tool for citizens and service members. Brian is not an organization. He is simply working to enable others to seek justice through his research. Hundreds of hours have gone into the documentation on this site. Brian’s only goal is to end the COVID-19 mandate madness.
Can I find out more?
There are several documents with sources on this page to help guide your educational endeavors. However, we recommend starting with the paper titled, “Legally Effective Informed Consent,” or one of the Zoom replays.