by Ethan Huff

Natural News

August 8, 2023

Canadian Judge B.E. Romaine has ruled that the cabinet and government committees of Alberta broke the law when they made final decisions about orders during the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “pandemic.”

The cabinet and committees were supposed to relent to whatever decisions would be made by Chief Medical Officer of Health (CMOH) Dr. Deena Hinshaw in accordance with the Public Health Act, but instead acted of their own accord.

“The Public Health Act requires that decisions with respect to public health orders must be made by the CMOH, or her statutorily authorized delegate,” the decision reads.

“The final decisions implemented by the impugned orders in this case were made by the cabinet of the government of Alberta or by committees of cabinet. While the CMOH made recommendations and implemented the decisions of the cabinet and committees through the impugned orders, she deferred the final decision making to cabinet.”

The decision goes on to clarify that while Hinshaw herself was personally maligned during the scamdemic and long afterwards for being “the symbol of the restrictions,” it was not, in fact, she who was “the final decision-maker,” Romaine wrote.

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