Monday Meeting and Week in Review

FRIDAY 10 / 8 / 2021
UPCOMING MEETING: Monday 10.11.21 Plus Events and News in OH and WV

MONDAY 10 / 11 / 2021
MOVCAC MEETING
7:00 PM
Freedom Gate Church
104 Tennis Center Dr, Marietta, OH 457
50

AGENDA
Local School Issues
State Issues
Protecting Our Children
Your Wellness Issues
OH Bills
COVID Issues
Election Integrity

WELLNESS FORUM
October 16th

LOCATION:
Freedom Gate Church
104 Tennis Center Dr, Marietta, OH 45750

WIL SPENCER

Naturopath and Vibrant Health Educator

TIME:
10 AM to 5 PM with a lunch break,
Bring a sack lunch, drinks will be provided

Topics – Reversing Gene Modification
Dietary Suggestions
Demonstrations


OHIO TAXPAYERS OWE $5,400 EACH TO PAY STATE’S BILLS, REPORT FINDS

Wednesday, October 6, 2021
By J.D. Davidson | The Center Square

Ohio again found itself receiving a near-failing grade in an annual report by Truth in Accounting that reviews financial information for all 50 states.

The 2021 Financial State of the States report, released earlier this week, showed the state finished the 2020 fiscal year needing $20.7 billion to cover all of its obligations. That represented a taxpayer burden of $5,400, a representation of what the state owes per taxpayer.

According to the report’s grading scale, any state with a burden between $5,000 and $20,000 per taxpayer received a grade of D.

It’s the third consecutive year the Buckeye State received a D grade, but the taxpayer obligation has fallen from $7,700 three years ago.

Thirty-nine states could not meet all of their obligations, with the average taxpayer burden at $9,300; an increase of $2,000 from the previous year. Ohio ranked 26th in the nation in the study.

Unlike most states, Ohio’s overall financial condition improved during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the state still could not pay all of its bills.

“The majority of states were financially unprepared for any crisis,” Sheila Weinberg, founder and CEO of Truth in Accounting, said in a statement. “When states can’t pay their bills, taxpayers are on the hook.”

The state’s biggest issue comes in unfunded retirement obligations that have accumulated over the years.

Ohio did fare far better than the average state when it came to funding retiree health care plans. It was able to cover 49 cents for each dollar obligated, more than five times the national average.

It also had 80 cents for every dollar set aside to cover promised pension benefits. The national average was 64 cents.

The top three indebted states were Connecticut (per-taxpayer burden of $62,500), New Jersey ($58,300) and Illinois ($57,000).

The most fiscally healthy states were Alaska (per-taxpayer surplus of $55,100), North Dakota ($39,200) and Wyoming ($19,500).


OH – News Brief

From: George Brunemann
Subject: Latest Podcast is a must listen!
Date: September 30, 2021

Today’s podcast is now available at RestoreLiberty and at SpotifySoundCloudiHeart, and Apple

This is a time-sensitive discussion about the shenanigans going on in Columbus with regard to Covid mandates and your right to personal and medical freedom!  This is a long note, but please read and pass this along to everyone you know.

We encourage you to listen to this discussion as soon as possible!

Then connect with your representatives to stop the GOP from ramming through a “Vaccine Fairness” bill (HB435) that does nothing to stop mandates and offers weak/temporary chance at exemptions.  They wrote this bill and tried to bring it to a vote in less than a day, while the far superior Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination bill sat in committee for over 6 months!

Please contact your representative through every means possible to urge them to reject HB435 until it incorporates actual freedom from government control of your body! 

If you do not know who your representative is you can enter your address here and get that information.

At a minimum please contact the authors and co-sponsors and key “leaders” responsible for stopping the actual personal freedom bill, HB248 and punishing the people actually representing the Ohio citizens:

Just for curiosity, I checked the campaign finance records. 

If you want to know where your representative’s loyalties reside, check out https://www.transparencyusa.org/oh 

For example, want to know why the GOP is siding with the the vaccine companies on mandates and the public schools on CRT:

  • Speaker Bob Cupp received
    • $51.7k from Political Education Patterns
    • $47.7k from Ohio Education Association
    • $25k from Nationwide Insurance
    • $16.5k from Friends of Ohio Hospitals
    • $10.5k from Dominion Energy
    • $7.5k from Cardinal Health
    • $6.5k Ohio Certified Registerd Nurse
    • $6.5k UnitedHealth Group
    • $5.8k Ohio State Medical Association
  • Bill Seitz received
    • $43.8k from Ohio Education Association
    • $16k from Ohio Health Care Association
    • $8.2k from Ohio State Medical Association
    • $8k from Nationwide Insurance
    • $5.5k from Friends of Ohio Hospitals

Is it any wonder why CRT is getting into our schools and mandatory vaccination will become the law in Ohio with the huge dollars going into these campaign coffers.

If you want to go the extra yard, contact the key organizations that lobbied to kill HB248 and are actually promoting unconditional vaccine mandates:

Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati 
Akron Children’s Hospital
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Inc.
American College of Emergency Physicians
American College of Physicians
American College of Surgeons – Ohio
Anthem
Arthritis Foundation
Association of Ohio Health Commissioners
BASA – Ohio’s Superintendent Association
Bio Ohio
Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO)
Buckeye Health Plan
CancerCare
Cardinal Health
Center for Dignity in Healthcare for People with Disabilities
Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians 
Charitable Healthcare Network
Children’s Defense Fund
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
Cleveland Clinic
Columbus Chamber of Commerce
Columbus Medical Association
Columbus Partnership
Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
Dayton Children’s Hospital
Global Healthy Living Foundation
Greater Akron Chamber
Greater Cleveland Partnership
Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association
Groundwork Ohio
Immunization Advocacy Network of Ohio
Immunize Ohio
Inter-University Council of Ohio
LeadingAge Ohio
Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio
March of Dimes
Medical Group Management Association
Mercy Health
Molina Healthcare
Montgomery County Medical Society
Mount Carmel Health System
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
National Meningitis Association
National Patient Advocate Foundation
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
National Hispanic Medical Association
Ohio Academy of Family Physicians
Ohio Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs
Ohio American College of Emergency Physicians
Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses
Ohio Association of Child Care Providers
Ohio Association of Community Health Centers
Ohio Association of Health Plans
Ohio Association of Rheumatology
Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators
Ohio Association of School Nurses
Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators
Ohio Business Roundtable
Ohio Chamber of Commerce 
Ohio Champions for Vaccines
Ohio Chapter – American Academy of Pediatrics
Ohio Chapter – American College of Cardiology
Ohio Children’s Hospital Association
Ohio College of Clinical Pharmacy
Ohio College Health Association
Ohio Counseling Association
Ohio Counseling Association
Ohio Dermatological Association
Ohio Health Care Association
Ohio Health
Ohio Hematology Oncology Society
Ohio Hospital Association
Ohio Manufacturers’ Association
Ohio Nurses Association
Ohio Orthopaedic Society
Ohio Osteopathic Association
Ohio Pharmacists Association
Ohio Physical Therapy Association
Ohio Psychiatric Physicians Association
Ohio Public Health Association
Ohio Society of Pathologists
Ohio Society for Respiratory Care
Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Ohio State Coroners Association
Ohio State Medical Association
Premier Health
ProMedica Russell J. Ebeid Children’s Hospital
Retire Safe
Science and Families Engaging Communities Coalition and
Action Fund
SummaCare
The Academy of Medicine of Cleveland & Northern Ohio
The Aids Institute
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
The Christ Hospital Health Network
The Health Collaborative
The Ohio Council of Retail Merchants
The Ohio Foot & Ankle Medical Association
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Triage Cancer
TriHealth
UC Health
UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital
University of Cincinnati Center for Excellence in
Developmental Disabilities
Vaccinate Your Family

These companies, their lobbyists, and their money are the ones actually in control of the Ohio GOP and by design, our personal medical freedom.

We need to take back control of Ohio!

Thank you for your support!
George


THE PAST WEEK

Week in Review – October 1, 2021

MOVCAC Meeting – September 27, 2021

Group committees have leaders but need more volunteers. The groups need members from Ohio and West Virginia.

Special Groups Are—

–     Education

  • FOIA-Freedom of Information Act
  • Health
  • Media/Communications
  • Local Government
  • State Government
  • Voter Integrity

If you are not currently getting emails from MOVCAC or We the People Convention, go to those sites and re-sign up.

Volunteers for Joe Blystone, Candidate for Ohio Governor, distributed flyers. Blystone will be at the Heck Harkins Community Center at Stockport on Sunday, October 3 from 3 to 5 pm and at the Octoberfest in Lowell. Dr. Frank will also be at the Stockport event. 

Three MOVCAC members have passed recently. Other members are improving either in the hospital or at home. Lex Taylor, who ran the soundboard, is one that we lost. We need a volunteer to take his place.

Attorney General Speaking

West Virginia’s attorney general Patrick Morrisey will be speaking at the Rock Church in October.

IRS Tracking Bank Accounts

The proposal that the IRS track bank transactions of $600 or more is being pushed by the Biden Administration. J.D. led a discussion on this issue. The plan is to hire 80,000 IRS agents and use an ESG score to limit our lives. China already does this. It is part of the Karl Marx theory—no religion, no family, no private property.

Donations

Money collected at the MOVCAC meetings is going to the podcast group known as Freedom Light and to the Liberty Ship float. Freedom Gate Church has made space available to do the podcasts. S.K. is doing an opinion podcast replying to West Virginia Governor Justice’s television presentations.

Tom Zawistowski of the We the People Organization called into the meeting and spoke about the Articles of Impeachment proceeding against President Biden. The Impeachment Res 671 was initiated by Bob Gibbs from Stark County, Ohio. Only four republicans are currently supporting it—Bob Gibbs, Ohio; Andy Biggs, Arizona; Brian Babin, Texas; and Randy Weber, Texas. All Republicans. Tom said there are parliamentary procedures Republicans could use to halt legislation, but Republicans so far have not played to win.

Call Congressman Bill Johnson or your Congressman and ask them to support this Impeachment. Also ask them to vote No on the Spending Bill.

Election Security

The recent forensic audit of Maricopa County, Arizona, proved that their election system was not secure in 2020. We must see that new legislation passes to assure that our elections are secure; this legislation must contain an enforcement mechanism.

Whistleblowers

The group is growing. Contact MOVCAC if you have pertinent information you wish to share.

C19 Antibodies

You don’t need a doctor’s script to have your blood tested for antibodies. The normal charge is $25.

Vaccine Mandates

Frontline Doctors recommend: “Don’t resign. Let them fire you.”

WV MOVCAC

The Rock Church in Parkersburg is providing a place for this group to meet on the first Tuesday of each month.

Parkersburg City Council Meeting – September 28, 2021

Jennifer Bryant, who broadcasts each city council meeting (video and audio), said she believes that city council can do a lot more to encourage public involvement.

Jennifer also addressed the water rate hike and believes that there should be a better presentation on the reasons the hike is needed. She wondered if the reason is that the population of Parkersburg is decreasing and suggested that the city might look at ways to invite more people to live here.

Closing 17th Avenue

Mr. Rhodes, who lives near 17th Avenue,  had an issue with the closing of the street to work on it. This was followed by a discussion about the need for the planning commission to notify residents about street closings.

Covid19

A City Council Member spoke about losing a close friend (30 years old) to covid19 and encouraged everyone to get the inoculations to help stop the spread of the virus.

Let’s Talk About Recovery

Councilwoman Wendy Tuck reported that 70 people attended the Recovery event at Bicentennial Park downtown; she thanked the city for allowing the event to be held there.

Increase for Police and Fire

A discussion was held on the ordinance passed at the last meeting that will give 10, 15, and 20 year police and fire employees a $.50 per hour raise. It will cost the city 8 million dollars, and all council members voted for it.

Tax Credit

An ordinance granting a $500 tax credit to small businesses for the fourth quarter was presented by Eric Jiles, city finance director. This ordinance passed unanimously.

Wood County Commissioners Meeting – September 30, 2021

There was an extended discussion between Mark Rhodes, Blair Couch, Jimmy Colombo, Bob Tebay, and a citizen about the way that Mark Rhodes had prepared Mary Beth’s mother’s will. She demanded that the letters on the will be corrected today or she would go to Charleston ad file a federal suit against the Commissioners.

Blair requested that she leave information documenting her claims and it would be reviewed by legal counsel. She accused them of meddling in her mother’s estate. Jimmy Colombo said: “you’re talking as though we have set here to conspire against you. We haven’t done a damn thing.”

After considerable more discussion. Blair Couch requested that she leave her information here “cause we’re done.” She refused. A female county employee appeared and said “we’re done here, ma’am. Get your stuff. Let’s go.”

Colombo said, “We need a legal opinion. All of our conversations are recorded and you can go back and listen to this and you’ll see that we made an attempt to work with you.”

Water Merger Meeting

Charles asked for the date of the next water merger meeting. Couch said he emailed the public service commission in Charleston to schedule another meeting once they’ve compiled the documents.

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