Federal Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction Blocking California COVID ‘Misinformation’ Law

By Ashley Hayes

California Assembly Bill 2098 took effect January 1, 2023. This Bill was to prevent physicians from spreading so-called “misinformation” about Covid and serve to keep them from offering any opinions, solutions or remedies to their patients that differed from the “scientific contemporary consensus.” Any doctor spreading “misinformation” would be disciplined by the state medical boards and potentially lose his or her medical license.

However, five physicians filed suit against California Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration for this new law, stating that it is in violation of their First Amendment rights and Constitutional right to due process. On Wednesday, Judge William B. Shubb agreed that the plaintiffs had standing to file the suit, stating the following in his ruling:

“For instance, who determines whether a consensus exists to begin with? If a consensus does exist, among whom must the consensus exist (for example, practicing physicians, or professional organizations, or medical researchers, or public health officials, or perhaps a combination)? In which geographic area must the consensus exist (California, or the United States, or the world)?

“What level of agreement constitutes a consensus (perhaps a plurality, or a majority, or a supermajority)? How recently in time must the consensus have been established to be considered “contemporary”? And what source or sources should physicians consult to determine what the consensus is at any given time (perhaps peer-reviewed scientific articles, or clinical guidelines from professional organizations, or public health recommendations)? The statute provides no means of understanding to what “scientific consensus” refers.”

As such, Judge Shubb issued a Preliminary Injunction against California which will, at least for now, keep them from being able to enforce such a ridiculous law.

See the full story here: https://healthimpactnews.com/2023/federal-judge-issues-preliminary-injunction-blocking-california-covid-misinformation-law/


Ashley Hayes is a former business entrepreneur, patented inventor, researcher, and writer seeking to bring attention to the clearly-organized crimes of unlawful and corrupt law enforcement and fusion center personnel against innocent Americans and citizens worldwide, as well as crimes committed by military contractors via 21st century technology, and to the pandemic of child trafficking by those in power.


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3 thoughts on “Federal Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction Blocking California COVID ‘Misinformation’ Law

  1. Kenneth T. January 28, 2023 / 1:56 am

    Soo… who determines what the misinformation is – who made them god over all we see and hear?
    Yeah – I don’t think so.

    • Dr. John Reizer January 27, 2023 / 9:07 pm

      This is one of the most ridiculous laws on the books. The controlling powers are now censoring the voices of health practitioners (doctors) that have dissenting professional opinions about a health problem. Are you kidding me? This is the definition of anti-science.

      When you have to silence the truth coming from doctors and other medical professionals, it speaks volumes about how fake and unscientific the covid narrative really is.


      • Ashley January 28, 2023 / 9:24 am


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