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Friday October 22nd, 2021 3:10AM

LISTEN: COVID-19 lawsuits

By Mornings on Maine Street

Attorneys, Doctors, and several Citizen's Rights Groups have joined together to file 3 first of a kind lawsuits challenging the entire premise of COVID-19 from PCR testing, death numbers, business and church shutdowns,  masks mandates, and vaccines. Attorney Thomas Renz is the lead lawyer and joined Bill Maine on "Mornings on Maine Street" to talk about the reasons behind the suits and what they are trying to achieve. 

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LISTEN: COVID-19 lawsuits
Attorneys, Doctors, and several Citizen's Rights Groups have joined together to file 3 first of a kind lawsuits challenging the entire premise of COVID-19 from PCR testing, death numbers, business and church shutdowns, masks mandates, and vaccines. Attorney Thomas Renz is the lead lawyer and joined Bill Maine on "Mornings on Maine Street" to talk about the reasons behind the suits and what they are trying to achieve.
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