HERO: Utah Doctor Charged with Felonies for Destroying Experimental COVID Vax Shots, Refusing to Jab Children
A Utah doctor is being charged with multiple felony offenses for destroying experimental COVID-19 jabs, and injecting children with a saline solution in order to spare them from the psychotic, fear-driven vaccine regime.
Dr. Michael Kirk Moore Jr., 58, allegedly disposed of more than $28,000 worth of COVID-19 vaccines while giving proof-of-vaccination cards to children who did not receive the vaccine. Moore reportedly did so with the knowledge and consent from the parents.
Moore and three other defendants – Kari Dee Burgoyne, 52, Kristin Jackson Andersen, 59, and Sandra Flores, 31 – are accused of “defraud[ing] the United States and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).” They allegedly gave 1,937 doses worth of faked vaccine cards to help parents get around coercive mandates aimed at penetrating their kids’ bodies with poison.
“By allegedly falsifying vaccine cards and administering saline shots to children instead of COVID-19 vaccines, not only did this provider endanger the health and well-being of a vulnerable population but also undermined public trust and the integrity of federal health care programs,” said Curt L. Muller, Special Agent in Charge with the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General. “HHS-OIG remains committed to working with our law enforcement partners to hold accountable bad actors who attempt to illegally profit from the pandemic.”
Moore and his co-defendants are charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States; conspiracy to convert, sell, convey, and dispose of government property; and conversion, sale, conveyance, and disposal of government property and aiding and abetting. In a sane country, there would be statues erected in their honor.
Big League Politics has reported on other medical professionals who exercised courageous civil disobedience and refused to administer the dangerous COVID jab to patients:
“A German nurse is under investigation after allegedly injecting 8,600 patients with a saline solution instead of the experimental COVID-19 vaccine.
“I am totally shocked by this episode,” said Sven Ambrosy, a local councillor, on a social media platform as authorities attempt to contact the 8,600 people to get vaxxed.