Documents To Send To Employers, Retailers and More
Speaker 1: (00:00)
All right, so Facebook and YouTube and wherever you’re watching this video today we’re going to be answering some of your questions on face masks and, whether you have to wear them in stores or at your job and what you can do and what the actual laws are. And, um, my guest today is John J. Singleton. He is the founder of Singleton Press PMA and has 26 years specializing in risk management, wealth planning and cryptocurrency investment. You can find out more about him and everything that he does at aceofcoins.com. So welcome John. Thank you, Jennifer. You’re welcome. You’re welcome. Let me just check the audio here. Yep, we’ve audio perfect. Okay. So John, um, I’ve gotten a lot of questions, uh, from people that say they’re their bosses or the company that they work for is, is mandating or enforcing or suggesting whatever the silly word of the day that they’re using for this, uh, global simulation is. So I would love to get your input on, um, what, what’s really going on with employers. And then we’ll get into some retail establishments. And some testing and some, some other things that people can, can talk about. But let’s start with the employers. What, tell me, tell me about that.
Speaker 2: (01:31)
Oh, well first of all, I even have any understanding of this because I deal with risk and risk involves property rights. And so this whole issue of mass scoring has to do with property rights. So I’m not an medical expert in any sense, but I understand the property rights issue and with employers, I believe what you’re seeing is the state departments of health in the States are intimidating, let’s say the employers into doing certain things like following along with the soap, the published guidelines, let’s call them right now their guidelines and to see how, uh, that, how people respond to that. That’s what’s going on right now. They’re trying to change the way we do things on a policy standpoint instead of trying to get people involved in adopting new rules and so forth. They’re trying to get people to agree to go along with it. And an easy way to do it is to have employers tell people how to do things. And then people are afraid to lose their jobs, so they’re pretty much going to do what they’re told.
Speaker 1: (02:27)
Yeah. Yeah. Um, and I’ll, I’ll just, you know, people know they have a very strong opinion. Um, and I think, I think people should be willing to lose their jobs when it comes down to the freedom of our country. Um, but that’s, that’s a different discussion. What, what can people do?
Speaker 2: (02:49)
Well, the issue of someone telling you to wear a mask for health reasons, that alone is involves, uh, giving advice. Okay. And only certain people can give medical advice. If I’m a doctor and I want to give you medical advice, I’m not permitted to do that without your consent. I can’t make you accept my medical advice. Even if you’re my patient, I can’t make you accept my medical advice. So if, if, if we have a doctor patient relationship and you, uh, respect my opinion and act on my recommendations, we’ll then, that’s our relationship. But if you go to a job, let’s say you’re working out, even if it’s a hospital and someone’s telling you to accept his medical advice as a condition for you working there, you’ve got a couple of issues there. First of all, there’s a very good likelihood that it’s not part of your existing employment contract.
Speaker 2: (03:37)
And some people will say, well, I don’t have an employment contract that is, I don’t have a written agreement with my employer. A lot of times you do, you just don’t know that. But your actual employment contract involves you getting money and the employer expecting things from you and you expecting things from the employer. That’s your contract. So everybody has an employment contract if you have a job, right. So even if in the contract it says you have to accept the employers medical advice, such as wear a mask or whatever, that is not even legal. No one can force you to accept medical advice for any reason whatsoever. I don’t care if there’s a national emergency or whatever. It’s not legal.
Speaker 1: (04:15)
Right, right. Yeah. And people are really confused and scared about what’s legal and what’s not. Legal, they just, they just assume we know what happens when you assume, but they assume that their boss or their employer is telling them the truth and you know, it really just comes down to poop rolling downhill from the top of this scamdemic and simulation. Actually someone just sent me slides where they actually say there is no virus, the who and the CDC. There’s actual black and white typed out evidence where they say there is none, we’ll get into that next. But people are really confused about what’s legal versus what’s not legal, how, how can we better empower people to differentiate between what’s legal and what’s not legal?
Speaker 2: (05:10)
Okay. Understand this. If you’re, if you think you have to do something against your will, chances are it’s probably illegal, at least a breach of contract, but it’s probably illegal as well, especially when it comes to medical advice. So you, you have a contract with your employer, it excludes being required to accept the employer’s medical advice. Now, if an employer wants to give you medical advice and force you to take his medical advice, he then also has the liability of administering medical, uh, services or, or you know, medical treatment and all the liabilities that go along with that. Now, if you look at what a doctor has to go through, a doctor is licensed, okay? And because he’s licensed, he’s able to get insurance and he has all kinds of insurance. It’s really crazy. How much insurance, so, so can you imagine a person who’s has nothing to do with the medical industry, who’s giving medical advice and telling people you have to take it as a condition of this other thing? What kind of liable does that person have?
Speaker 1: (06:07)
They’re going to lose their house. They’re going to lose their house, their job, their everything,
Speaker 2: (06:12)
right? So it’s a matter of you understanding what your rights are. And it’s not first amendment rights, it’s not constitutional rights. It’s property rights. It’s so simple. You have a right to privacy, which is a property right? You have a right to choose the healthcare that’s suitable to yourself on your own decision. You have a right to have an agreement with a physician and I don’t care if a physician is a witch doctor in the middle of the Amazonian rainforest. Okay. It’s nobody’s business. Your physician is whoever you decide and you don’t have to tell somebody what your conversation is with your physician or who it is because if you disclose your physician’s identity, that can may also disclose your, your ailment. It may disclose your medical condition and you’re not required to do that now, and people talk about HIPAA violations and you should look up the law if you don’t know what that is. But HIPAA is a statutory construction, which is fine. It does help people, but you don’t need the HIPAA issue for privacy, doctor, patient relationship because there is no doctor patient relationship with your employer obviously, but HIPAA is violated if it’s that, if you’re required to disclose medical information as a condition of anything else besides working with your doctor.
Speaker 1: (07:21)
Wow. Right. Yeah. That, that makes it pretty clear that you know, and, and just people hearing that your employer is not your doctor. Right. This is, that might be a good title for the video that we’re going to move over. Um, if somebody wanted, if, if the more educated people get, the more confident they get and the more confident they get about their rights being violated, the more they want to, or the more they should. I believe it’s their duty to punish those that violate their rights. I believe that there’s a consequence for every choice in life, good and bad. That’s how I would, that’s how I would run the world. And if, if, uh, an employee or somebody that, that has been, uh, their rights have been infringed upon with, with this, this, you know, um, th the employers don’t have consent to, to, um, engage in medical advice. Is there something they can do? Can they Sue? And if so, what type of path would they follow there? But we’re not lawyers, but just, just to plant the seed on what, what they would, what kind of lawyer they would go find and, and you know, maybe that would get us started.
Speaker 2: (08:28)
This may scare some people. Well, there’s two ways to look at this. Okay. You’re not going to find a lawyer to advance your rights, you’re just not going to find it. I don’t think. I mean, maybe I’m being a pessimist, but you really need to know what your rights are. But the good part about this is you probably don’t need to Sue somebody, which you just need to do is advise your employee in writing. And here’s how you do this. You have to send a written notification to the general counsel for your company that you work for the general counsel. Okay? That individual is an attorney and is responsible for the risk of the whole company. And what you’re going to tell that general counsel is that you’re being forced against your will as a condition of keeping your employment in breach of your employment contract to accept the employer’s medical advice and do the following. Okay.
Speaker 1: (09:11)
Okay. Are you going to be able to give me a document to put below this video?
Speaker 2: (09:14)
I’ll give you all that. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you can let this go over your head if you want. I’m just telling you. Okay. So simply all you’re doing is you’re, you’re transferring the liability that whereas if you don’t say anything and you just shut up and say, I’ll wear the mask, you’re done. But if you say to the employer, look, do I have to do this to keep my job? And he says, yes. Okay. What you do is you describe what you’re just told. You send a letter saying, I had a conversation with my boss and he said, I have to do this in order to keep my job. Now I’m notifying you the company that you’re going to be liable for my healthcare. Now you’re going to be liable for the adverse consequences any that I incur as a result of wearing this mask.
Speaker 2: (09:52)
Furthermore, you’re going to provide me with all the PPE devices at your cost. Okay? And that’s it. That’s as simple as it comes down to. The fact that you put them on notice is enough to probably get a letter that says, you know what? It’s going to be just fine. You don’t have to wear a mask. That’s probably what’s going to happen. The other thing that can happen is you get a letter that says you’re fired, which because you put the employer on notice, now he’s liable. You’re fired because you wouldn’t accept the medical advice of your employer. That’s not legal. Right. And it would be very simple to get a complaint for breach of contract and you would get either reinstated or compensation for lost wages. So I’m not saying that’s the path you want to go on. I’m just saying, you know, if you have to take that as a remedy, it is available.
Speaker 1: (10:40)
Okay. Awesome. Um, alright, so let’s move on to public, uh, stores, retail establishment. You know that a lot of, uh, a lot of places are, are not, um, engaging in the scam DEMEC or the, the simulation. But some of them are. So what do people do? What do they say? What’s the one on one here? Because we have heard that, you know, a business, a small business has the right to have their own rules.
Speaker 2: (11:08)
Sure. They can have their own rules, but they cannot, okay. A small business. Okay. I believe, from what I’m seeing, and I’ve seen this in my neighborhood, I’m seeing this with people I’m talking to. In fact, I’m talking to people all over the world. I’m talking to people in foreign countries and the States. So I can tell you different examples. But what I, what I think is happening is the local businesses, the owners are making up their own rules, thinking that that’s the right thing to do. So they’re kind of caught in the middle there. They’re not informed. And so they’re doing things like, okay, everyone that comes in here has to have a mask or whatever. So what I do if I’m confronted with that is I just politely, I’m always polite and I just say, uh, you know, my doctors informed me that wearing a mask is Contra indicated to my medical condition.
Speaker 2: (11:50)
And all that means it’d be like this. Let’s say you go to the doctor and he’s going to prescribe you a medication for something. But at first he’s got to look and see what other medications you’re taking. You, you guys know this, you’ve been asked this before. So the reason why he wants to know what you’re already taking is because the medication he may prescribe might conflict with the medication you’re already taking and it actually could kill you or it can make you sicker, right? So he wants to make sure it’s not what they call Contra indicated. It just means that one treatment won’t interfere with another one. Believe it or not, wearing a face mask all day is a medical treatment. It requires, I mean, it doesn’t require, but it can be behind a prescription. A doctor’s orders. Okay. Wear a mask, don’t wear a mask.
Speaker 2: (12:32)
That is health advice. So wearing a mask is or could be contraindicated. Now, if I tell someone that now he has the liability. So what I make it a point to is if it’s a problem for the person at the door, I say, can I talk to your manager, please? And then Andrew comes out and I say, um, you know, my doctor’s advised me that wearing a mask is contraindicated to my medical condition. Uh, and I could just now that’s legally correct. That’s medically correct. Whether or not I talked to my doctor is irrelevant. They don’t know that. And they don’t need to know that. That’s what a lot of people get hung up on. Now sometimes I will add this little story in the background cause I don’t know if I’m going to lie to him. Yeah. What I tell them is I say, you know, last couple of weeks ago, the way I found out about this, it’s a couple of weeks ago I passed out and they had to call an ambulance, you know?
Speaker 1: (13:19)
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Then there was this whole OSHA thing.
Speaker 2: (13:26)
Exactly. Exactly. So before I even finished it, they’re like, okay sir, right. This way it’s okay. You don’t need a mask. You know? So you know. So just understand that you have a property right, to choose what medical device you’re going to act upon and understand that if there was such a thing as a contagious virus, we would, I probably wouldn’t be telling you guys this, but there isn’t, you know, there is no dangerous pathogen that’s circling the air and killing people. Okay. There’s no such thing. They don’t work. That doesn’t work that way. The only way to contract it is if you a virus. I’m not saying there is such a virus there. There is not, but to get an infection of any kind, it needs to be injected intravenously. Yes, you don’t. You don’t just cough on somebody and he gets sick. The reason why you get sick, if other people are sick, if you’re around them is because our immune systems are, and again, I’m not a doctor, I’m just telling you from what I understand, our immune systems are a biofeedback system. They’re electrical. So if someone around you is sick and you have a low resistance, your body will produce a viral response. It doesn’t catch something from the other person.
Speaker 1: (14:29)
Yeah, and we’re going to be teaching people a lot about that on, you know, about energy and bio and, and that that’s, you know, a lot of people, a lot of people still watch the TV and think there’s actually a virus. Even when the doctors and the scientists are saying, we can’t find it. And it’s not been isolated in a lab. We don’t know if it exists and aren’t you the person that said you’re going to give a million dollars of gold if anybody can prove to you
Speaker 2: (14:54)
there there is a gold bounty and I wish I had that kind of money to give to people. There were a couple of crazy people that called me up and I was like, you guys are nuts. And they’re like, no, for real. We’ll put up a million dollars worth of gold if you don’t mind publishing it. And I don’t know that anyone else is publishing this. I think I’m the only one. I said, I said, great, that’ll be great for publicity and I believe in you. I believe it’s great to do that because someone, someone did that for the measles virus. Dr Andy Kaufman was talking about this and then uh, he went and paid on the bounty. It was a hundred thousand dollars. This was like 10 years ago, I think. He wouldn’t pay on the bounty. So he was sued, the guy offering the bounty and it went to the Supreme court of Germany and they had tested this. They had doctors and experts. And forensic scientists and legal scholars, and they had proved that the measles virus has never existed.
Speaker 2: (15:45)
That’s another, right. So knowing that when these guys came to me, I’m like, please, what do I have to do? I said, can I put my own commentary at the beginning? So if you look at the gold bounty on my website, you’ll see the first part is my commentary. The second part is the criteria that they set for it. That’s their language. Basically. All they said is we want to see the scientific reports and we want w showing that, uh, this so-called deadly pathogen has been isolated, visualized, and purified, and that we want to identify the control group and the date when this was discovered and published and peer reviewed, which doesn’t exist,
Speaker 1: (16:22)
it doesn’t exist. And that’s what there’s lawyers in the country doing the governors for domestic terrorism because they went off of, um, theory, they had no scientific proof. So I mean, I know some people have a hard time believing this because they’ve watched TV, which is just, you know, voice of the new world order. Um, but I mean those are the facts. That’s the cold hard facts. People are not. Let’s move on to number three, which is tissue samples testing. You know, I’ve had people start suing their barbers and their dentists because they’ve shoved a thermometer in their face without their consent. So let’s talk about this part.
Speaker 2: (17:02)
Yeah, that’s a HIPAA violation. You forced the PR, the disclosure of vital statistics. That’s the key phrase. Disclosing vital statistics must be done with consent. If not, you’ve, you’ve, you’re practicing medicine without a license. These people that are requiring masks and taking samples in temperatures, that is collecting tissue samples, vital statistics and administering medical advice without consent and without licensing. And that’s a crime. So I don’t know what you want to do about it. I mean, like my wife went into the chiropractor the other day and they quickly took her temperature without her even realizing they were doing it. And she knows she’s never gone back. And, and, and you know, I don’t want to punish the chiropractor. I mean, you know, you’ve got to pick your battles. Well because I have a couple other cases that I think are really nice demonstrate to people how to do this, how to advance your rights. I don’t want to go after everybody. Right? I want to pick my battles so I don’t care about it because I will just go to another place. But I would like to show people how to advance something in the court. So when that case percolates, I’ll, I’ll share it with everyone.
Speaker 1: (18:04)
Got it. Okay. So, so it’s a HIPAA violation because they’re taking vital statistics, they’re taking tissue samples and they’re doing it without consent and without licensing. Um, let’s talk about the test the RTPCR test a little bit.
Speaker 2: (18:20)
Okay. Um, that has to do with testing for, uh, the presence of ribonucleic acid. Now, ribonucleic acid is a portion of genetic material. It is what viruses are made of. A virus comes from the human body. It does not float through the air. And in fact, people, it is a response your body gives in order, in order for your body to maintain, be healthy, it has to produce viruses. It produces the virus. So the RTPCR is a test for the presence of this genetic material, and let me just look it up. In fact, you guys can look it up yourself. If I just look up, I always forget what it means. It means reverse transcript polymerase, C, C, I forget what the last part, PCR, let’s see here. A chain reaction. So all they’re doing is testing for the presence of certain RNA, cello. Now, here’s why this is so important.
Speaker 2: (19:10)
The RTPCR test is going to test for, let’s call it the, I’m not going to use the whole phrase that you guys know what it is. It’s named after the beer that we know about. Okay? Starts with a C, we’re going to call it simulation. All right? They’re testing for the presence of this simulation. Now, this simulation is not just one thing. It’s actually a wide range of viruses that have been discovered since 1931 and in 1931 scientists discovered this, the C word. Okay, simulation, the C word. And since then they’ve been using it to advance science, which is great because it’s the same type of thing you would do with rats or mice in a laboratory. So they’ve used this wide range of viruses that are already in our body and they’ve advanced medicine. Well what someone has done recently, and you know you guys can figure this out, maybe it’s the people behind the who, I don’t know, but they’ve named a virus whatever. Dash 19 okay. Right. That does not exist. That is not a virus. But they’ve given it a name so we can talk about it. Cause that’s how you weaponize something. It has to be in this context. It has to be something that people can articulate, right?
Speaker 1: (20:27)
It has to be tangible. Something they can attach something to like fear and confusion.
Speaker 2: (20:31)
Yeah. So what, so the reason why I say it like this is because our bodies are filled with these things. It has to be. Well, when you go undergo this RTPCR, what do you think the chances are of them detecting this simulation in your body? Right. It depends on how much you magnify the test. It’s designed to go like 60 times. If you do it 60 times, everybody will have it. So you can, you can ramp up or down the number of people that would be considered to have this thing by just changing the way you conduct this test, which is not a test for a virus. Right? It’s a test for the genetic material that we all have,
Speaker 1: (21:10)
which means everybody’s going to test positive, which means they can usher in their next phase and their next.
Speaker 2: (21:17)
So the more people they test, the more people be considered to be infected. Okay. And it’ll just go to, they’re trying to create something that doesn’t exist. So what I’m telling people is do not get tested no matter what. Never ever don’t take any medication for it. And in fact, this hydrochloric when that is a gold cup. Okay, you guys,
Speaker 1: (21:37)
it’s malaria. My friends have taken that every time they fly to India. It’s been around for 50 years. It’s literally, it’s literally the route is, it comes from a tree South America.
Speaker 2: (21:48)
Okay. So if you guys want to educate yourself, check this out, type in that word if you can spell it, if you misspell it. So what the computer will correct you. And then after it, put the letters M S, D S miss material safety data sheet M. S, D. S. It’s a five page report by OSHA and it will tell you everything you need to know about this. And what I want to point out is that the material safety data sheet on a hydro chloroquine hydroxyl Corcoran, hydroxychloroquine, is that okay? It says right on the face of it, on the first page, it says, not intended for consumption by humans or animals. It also says it’s highly toxic, that if it gets, gets into the air, it should be treated with, uh, an iOS, uh, Oshi respirator, the certified respire. You have to wear a respirator, deal with this thing. It’s toxic. It’s poisonous.
Speaker 1: (22:38)
The, the, the hydroxy is,
Speaker 2: (22:40)
yes. And it’s been around for like 40 years, I think. 65 years. 40 years, long time. And if you look at the whole report, you’ll find towards the end they haven’t done testing on certain important aspects of it and you have to ask yourself why not? Why? Why haven’t you received test results on? I mean, the company that’s behind it right now has, I’m sure has received billions of dollars for this thing. Why haven’t there been, hasn’t been any testing that would give us all the information we need on the MSDS.
Speaker 1: (23:08)
I don’t know the answer to that. I know that one of the manufacturers, the owners were murdered.
Speaker 2: (23:13)
Okay. Well that’s interesting. I didn’t know that. So yeah. So be sure to do some research and look up the stuff. Don’t just listen to what you hear on the news. Go look up the, anytime you hear about a chemical compound of food or anything, we’ll look up the material safety data sheet on it. MSDS.
Speaker 1: (23:29)
Well, how do we, how do we know if we can trust the MSDS?
Speaker 2: (23:32)
Well, it’s, it’s posed by scientists. I mean, so far. I mean, I don’t really know. I mean it’s OSHA. I don’t, I’m not sure.
Speaker 1: (23:39)
I’ll look into it. I’ll look into it and, and see what’s up. Um, because you know, another issue in our world is that they’ve made scientists the end all be all and we should all be critical thinkers and we should all be doing our research and tuning into common sense and what our guts tell us. So we shouldn’t just be buying other people’s talking points. Um,
Speaker 2: (24:02)
yeah. One time I went in, my dad had been in a horrible accident car, a car wreck. So I went in, he was unconscious and I went into the hospital to check on him and the doctor was standing over him. Now this doctor was like, I’m a toxicologist specialist that dealt with like liver, like they have a specialist for everything, right? So the first thing he asked me is, Oh, you’re his son. Okay. Um, Hey, um, does your dad have like a drinking problem or something or does he take drugs? And I said, are you talking about liver damage? He goes, yeah. I said, well, certainly he doesn’t have a, he doesn’t take any illegal drugs and he doesn’t have a drinking problem. What he does have is a problem with doctors giving them 14 different prescriptions that have damaged his liver. And he did not want to hear that. He literally left the room. I said, don’t, don’t even intimate that my dad has a problem. You have a problem. You don’t even know how to help people except for dealing with drugs. So, you know, but then he gets anything that gets processed in your liver is toxic. Just keep.
Speaker 1: (24:58)
That’s right. That’s right. And people, why are people so afraid to speak their mind? I mean, I’m not, clearly you’re not, I mean, I’ll talk to anybody. Nobody intimidates me. Um, w w we all put our pants on one leg at a time. We all get up and go to the bathroom in the morning. So I just, you know, they’ve glorified the, the programming on television and movies as glorified doctors and glorified scientists and glorified only those that get a college degree. And that’s BS. We, there’s, there’s billions of smart people on the planet and we can all be smart if we, if we pay attention and do more homework and use our brain, use the brain that God gave us.
Speaker 2: (25:37)
Yeah. And just remember you have property rights and you want to transfer the liability and say yeah. Written notice
Speaker 1: (25:43)
if, I mean I’m taking notes before we wrap this up on um, property rights transfer, Ry liability. So that’s going to be their homework. Um, the, the, the last thing that I just wanted to notate and talk about is do we have a name of the, the records or the documents that you’re gonna hand us below?
Speaker 2: (26:03)
Yeah, I have actually a compilation in a booklet. Well it’s actually about 140 pages. It’s a PDF file. But in addition to that, I’m going to send a, like you have in this other website example letters.
Speaker 1: (26:15)
Yup. Templates. Yeah. So if we can break those down into like the top three letters.
Speaker 2: (26:19)
Yeah. Letter to employer. Letter to retailer.
Speaker 1: (26:23)
Hold on, let her to, I’m going to write it down. Letter to employer and letter to retailer. Okay.
Speaker 2: (26:29)
And to a public official, like a cop, a Sheriff’s deputy or the public safety office or the governor. And, uh, the issue with the governor, by the way, I look at it in two different ways. I mean, yes, what he’s done, each of them have done is involved, evolves an act of, that’s right. Okay. You got bioterrorism. It violates all those laws. It violates the Patriot act section eight Oh two. I mean, you guys can get into that if you want to. I mean, we can talk about that if you want to.
Speaker 1: (26:54)
Well, we can do another one on that. Yeah.
Speaker 2: (26:56)
We also have an issue. If you look at, when you see my book, you’ll see that there’s several examples of how to start a process by which the governor could be called in for an involuntary mental evaluation. And I’m not saying this to be funny, it is kind of funny, but really anybody who’s going to engage in this type of conduct has not to be in his right mind. Right. I mean, and that’s being kind to them. That’s not, you know, accusing him of terrorism. That’s she’s saying, well, you’re insane. Let’s, let’s do something to help you. Right?
Speaker 1: (27:24)
Yeah. How do we, can we, is there a letter we can submit for that?
Speaker 2: (27:27)
It’s all there. All the legal documents you click on the links. Absolutely. It’s all there.
Speaker 1: (27:32)
We’re gonna, we’re gonna re re re we’re gonna, uh, rebuild those to make them very easy for people. And um, you’re gonna, you know, we’re, we’re, we’re live recording this right now, so we’re going to have those within a few minutes and by the time some people hear this one that it’ll already be there. Um, but that’s, that’s awesome. We’re going to pull all this together and just to, um, wrap up J again, J uh, sorry. John John J is a Singleton, is the founder of Singleton press. PMA has 26 years specializing in risk management, wealth planning and cryptocurrency investment. You can find out [email protected] and John, where is your book available?
Speaker 2: (28:13)
It’s just through email. I have not listed it anywhere yet. I’m still compiling it so I can just email it to you and you can distribute or you guys can ask them by email.
Speaker 1: (28:20)
Perfect. We’ll put it, we’ll put that up as well. So, um, I’m going to wrap it up right here and we got a lot of comments. Let me see if I can scroll through very quickly. They don’t always show all of them. Um,
Speaker 2: (28:36)
for everyone’s benefit. This does work in all countries. Now some countries you have serious problems like French, the French are beating people on the street. So I don’t know how good a letter is going to work over there.
Speaker 1: (28:46)
Yeah, yeah, yeah. And um, um, um, I’m not against, um, you know, another American revolution, but I, I caution people don’t just go out all Willy nilly. There are things we can do peacefully. We can assemble peacefully. Imagine if we got 10% of the country that’s 30 million people here in America, over 30 million, where you know, we can really do some damage on some of these, uh, fake laws and, and, and, you know, just so I’m going to infer what about retailers?
Speaker 2: (29:19)
Let me make it, if I could make a comment just just to give you guys an example of what Jennifer’s saying. Okay. Think about the story of the American revolution. Now, these people did not have an effective really great means of communication. They didn’t even have the Telegraph and they somehow overcame the greatest Navy in the world. Okay. We have email, we have instant communications
Speaker 1: (29:42)
and that’s, that’s why I built coordinated citizen.com to get every, everyone together. Here is another question. Um, Andrew says, what about retailers, right? Not to accept legal tender.
Speaker 2: (29:56)
Yeah. That’s interesting. I went to that the other day. I went to a coffee shop and they wouldn’t take cash. I did some research on this. Now I found the case on my area in Florida. I believe it’s the same everywhere in the States. They can, the retailer can tell you that he’s only got accepted $20 bill and not a $50 bill. Now, regarding credit cards over cash, I don’t know that you can require someone to take cash even though it says for legal tender for all debts, public and private. I don’t. The reason why I say it that way is I don’t know if there’s a cause of action, if you had to Sue the company to force them to take your legal tender paper currency. Right. And I don’t know that I’m willing to take on that fight because I think there are better battles too.
Speaker 1: (30:35)
Yeah. And the way I look at it is any business that is willing to even partially partake in this simulation, um, I don’t, I don’t spend my money there. I’ve walked out of so many pieces, even here in Florida where we’re governor DeSantis is, is not as guilty as, as some of the other governors, although all governors are guilty of participating. Um, you know, if I walked into the, the golf course country club restaurant and the bar is taped off and I walked right back out while loudly saying I do not support communism. And I walked out and then I’ll go into, you know, Chili’s and their bars taped off, all the seats are open, you know, cause I mean, it’s just stupidity. And I walk out of there and I will keep going to a place that has none of that nonsense. I mean, none of it. Um, so vote with your money if, if a place won’t take your cash, someone else will. Right. And then the smaller the business, the happier they’re going to be that you supported them. So people need to vote with their money. They need to put their money where their mouth is. Literally, because if you’re going to, if you’re still going to Costco and complaining about things, well you’re supporting the elites. You know,
Speaker 2: (31:47)
we have it with Costco. I already have an arrangement. I can walk in there with no mask on and all I gotta do is tell the person, you know, my doctor said, in fact, I made up a little ID card. Okay. With my photo on there, my name is not on there. It just says there’s a patient ID number that I made up and it just has, there’s a notice on there. It says this patient is not to be required to wear a mask because of his condition, et cetera. And there’s lots of information on there, but basically I just show them this card and it’s my ticket in.
Speaker 1: (32:13)
Oh yeah. We want to add that to the site as well. So we’re gonna, we’re gonna, we’re going to talk about that after I stopped recording. So, um, okay. I am going to, uh, wrap up again, uh, and then I’m going to hit stop recording for the, uh, for the YouTube portion. Uh, thank you John. And um, we will, we’ll, we’ll send people to ACE of coins.com and we will have this video. This video is going to be on SSB America and it’s going to be on YouTube and Facebook and all those things. So thank you for giving us this information, but stay on the line with us.
Speaker 2: (32:45)
Sure. Glad to do it.