12. Civil Liberties Protections

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12 Civil Liberties Protections
12.1. [CONSTITUTION] No aspect of the United States Constitution or Bill of Rights shall be suspended to any degree for reasons of public health, communicable disease, pandemic, health emergency, or any health event affecting many persons.
12.1.1. It is a felony for any government entity, corporation, or person(s) to violate any clause of this Act, the United States Constitution, or the United States Bill of Rights.
12.2. [RESTRICTIONS] Restrictions in General
12.2.1. No restrictions shall be placed upon any person(s) or corporations for reasons of public health, communicable disease, pandemic, or health emergency.
12.2.2. It is a felony for any person in a government entity to impose restrictions that violate Federal or State Constitutional or legal protections.
12.2.3. Any citizen of the United States is immune from prosecution if a government entity is enforcing any provisions which are rendered illegal by this Act.
12.3. [TRAVEL] Interstate Commerce and Private Travel.
12.3.1. No individual person, persons, or corporation may be required or solicited to demonstrate any medical qualification or proof of compliance with any medical requirement when conducting interstate commerce or private travel.
12.3.2. This also applies to:
12.3.2.1. The Department of Transportation,
12.3.2.1.1. The Federal Aviation Administration,
12.3.2.2. The National Railroad Passenger Corporation (“Amtrak”),
12.3.2.3. The Surface Transportation Board,
12.3.2.4. The Transportation Security Administration,
12.3.2.5. The National Transportation Safety Board,
12.3.2.6. The Federal Maritime Commission,
12.3.2.7. The Department of Commerce.
12.3.3. This also applies to: any other federal agency, state agency, or private person, persons, or corporation on private property.
12.3.4. No person shall be required to wear any medical device or device on their person(s) for medical purposes when using any method of transportation.
12.4. [PASSPORTS] Vaccine Passports.
12.4.1. No individual shall be required to furnish any medical information to any entity in exchange for a normal level of service. Two levels of service may not exist based on medical documentation. This applies to any commercial, private, or government entity.
12.4.1.1. A medical practitioner may request an individuals’ medical history. A patient or person is not required to furnish any medical information.
12.4.1.2. A person may never be required by a government, person(s), or corporation to divulge vaccination status.
12.4.1.3. A government, person, persons, or corporation may never require a person to wear, carry, be implanted with, or otherwise be imprinted with any form of medical identification.
12.4.2. The U.S. government is forbidden from requiring a U.S. citizen to present proof of vaccination as a condition of entry into the United States of America or outlying territories.
12.4.3. The U.S. government is forbidden from requiring a U.S. citizen to submit to medical testing as a condition of entry into the United States of America or outlying territories.
12.5. [LOCKDOWNS] Lockdowns
12.5.1. No government or private entity, for public health or medical reasons, may require that any person(s) “shelter in place”, self-quarantine, or otherwise cause to segregate a person(s) from society, normal commercial services, or travel as desired by the person(s).
12.5.2. No government entity may require restrictions, reductions, or interruptions of normal private or corporate commercial services for public health or medical reasons.
12.5.3. It is a serious felony for any government person(s) to violate any provisions of this section.
12.6. [FINES] Fines and Fees
12.6.1. No government or private entity may use fines or fees to enforce medical objectives. This includes, but is not limited to:
12.6.1.1. Fines or fees on corporate or private commercial businesses.
12.6.1.2. Fines or fees on person(s).
12.6.1.3. Extra taxes imposed under public health or medical reasonings.
12.6.1.4. Fines or fees used as a penalty mechanism for violating any restrictions based on medical reasonings.
12.7. [WEARING] Wearing of Medical Equipment
12.7.1. No government, corporation, person(s) shall require the use or wearing of any devices for any medical purpose unless the individual is a healthcare worker or a person is in a healthcare facility. The device may not be permanent and must be fully removable by the person after their healthcare duties.
12.7.1.1. No person, corporation, or government entity shall enforce the use or wearing of any medical devices.
12.8. [DISTANCING] Social Distancing
12.8.1. No government, corporation, person, persons, or other entity shall require any person(s) to maintain any degree of distancing from another person(s) for reasons of public health, communicable disease, pandemic, or health emergency.
12.9. [SPEECH] Medical Free Speech
12.9.1. No person(s) shall be restricted from free speech by any government entity. No government, corporate, or medical entity shall use “misinformation” or “disinformation” as a reason to prohibit the free speech of any person(s).
12.9.2. No corporate entity shall engage in any practice aimed at restricting or limiting free speech including the use of techniques such as, but not limited to:
12.9.2.1. Shadow banning.
12.9.2.2. De-platforming.
12.9.2.3. Censorship.
12.9.2.4. Selective editing aimed at distorting the content originator’s message.
12.9.2.5. “Deep fake” technology aimed at deceit except for entertainment purposes, clearly and obviously labeled for the average person to reasonably understand its entertainment purpose.
12.10. [DENIAL] Denial of Services
12.10.1. No government or corporate entity shall deny normal services, as normally afforded to all other person(s), for any medical reasoning or related cause.
12.10.2. No person shall be denied, by government or corporate entities, a normal opportunity to acquire food and drink through any normal method available to other person(s).
12.11. [RELIGIOUS] Religious Services
12.11.1. No government or corporate entity shall place any restrictions on free worship or exercise of religion for any medical or public health reason.
12.11.2. No individual shall be forced, coerced, intimidated, or incentivized to violate their sincerely held belief. A sincerely held belief may not be questioned by any entity and no proof is required beyond simply stating the existence of such a belief.
12.11.3. It is a felony to violate this clause.
12.12. [DETAINMENT] Detainment of Person(s).
12.12.1. No government entity, corporation, person, or group of persons shall detain, contain, or house individuals against their will in any building or location for any reasons of public health, communicable disease, pandemic, or health emergency.
12.12.2. A facility whose purpose is emergency or medical in nature must not place any form of restriction on any person entering or leaving the facility. This does not apply to areas used for surgery.
12.12.3. It is a felony to violate this clause.
12.13. [PARENTAL] Parental and Caretaker Rights
12.13.1. It is a felony for any person of an institution, school, university, college, corporation, or other entity to separate a parent or caretaker from their biological children if that person is being administered any medical treatment, procedure, or product.
12.13.2. It is a felony for any person of an institution, school, university, college, corporation, or other entity to administer any medical treatment, procedure, or product without the parent or caretaker’s explicit consent for that specific treatment at that specific time.
12.13.2.1. Any person effecting a medical procedure must be qualified and capable of giving comprehensive informed consent to parents or caretakers.
12.14. [CONTRACTS] Contracts or Agreements or Other Legal Instruments
12.14.1. No corporate or government entity may require a customer, employee, or other person(s) to agree to, sign, or operate under any legal instrument which requires the person to:
12.14.1.1. Provide blanket approval for suspension of any aspect of the requirements of this Act, or
12.14.1.2. To provide blanket legal immunity, or blanket authorization for medical treatment or procedure.
12.14.2. No contract, agreement, or other legal instrument may be coerced or unequally incentivized.
12.14.3. No individual may have their employment or potential employment jeopardized as a condition of the acceptance or refusal of any medical treatment, product, or procedure specified in an employment agreement or contract.
12.14.4. No individual may be separated, identified, or treated differently as a consequence of approving or disapproving a health related legal instrument.
12.14.5. No reduced level of service or opportunity may be effected by any entity providing a service as a consequence of accepting or rejecting a medical procedure, treatment, or product.

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