Ohio Bar & Restaurant Owners -- How to Deal with Liquor Control Commission & Bureau of Workers' Comp
Bar & restaurant owners have no duty of care to protect the public from any risk that is widely known to the community and no one is a direct threat without a judicial determination. There is no public health emergency in Ohio. This is the text from the letter that can be used to communicate with the LCC or other agencies. It's generic and needs to be edited for each situation. Remember to get your separate bank accounts to process payments and avoid unfair fines.
This letter pertains to the association of retail business owners and entrepreneurs in Ohio, specifically, those with permits for selling beer, wine and spirits. We have had enough of the fake pandemic. Demand is made upon each of you to answer the following questions; however, we know that you will not because you are perpetrating the biggest fraud this state has ever witnessed. You are therefore advised of the following questions and demands:
You will describe the nature of the emergency that pertains to section “4301:1-80” that supposedly limits hours for sales of beer, wine and liquor.
Describe the duty of care you claim that retailers (public accommodations), especially bar owners, have to protect the public from danger when the risks are widely known to the community.1
Provide a list of the individuals who have submitted to a bona fide medical examination and been determined to be infected with a communicable disease, along with a copy or citation of the court order making such determination.
What facts were used to determine that there is a public emergency?
According to official public records of the Ohio Medical Examiner’s Office, the total mortality rate has remained about the same when comparing the years 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. Where is the public health emergency?
By what authority do you proclaim a public emergency when there is no evidence of any public emergency?
Maybe the emergency is financial and the state has declared a public health emergency so that it can pillage public funds and participate in the disaster fraud. According to the Office of Budget and Management, Ohio received $4.5 Billion in Coronavirus Relief Funds with $3.7 billion going to the state and the rest going directly to local governments with populations over 500,000. Of the state share, $2.8 billion had been appropriated prior to Friday’s announcement.
If the governor has been declaring a state of emergency for a year, and has not ended the emergency, why is the governor still permitted to receive funding and make rules regarding the presumption of ending the so-called emergency? He has failed to end any emergency, even if there is one. By definition, an emergency has a very short period of time, such as minutes, hours or several days, and a year far exceeds the definition of being an emergency. Instead, it is very much a business franchise of the World Bank Group who is providing the funding and approving the rules being forced onto everyone through the WHO, CDC, states, counties and cities.2
By what authority do administrative rules repeal or amend state law or the medical privacy rights of people?
Describe the steps taken to comply with emergency rule making and amendments to the Ohio Administrative Code under 111.15(B)(2).
Has the “emergency rule” 4301:1-1-80 been filed as a “nonemergency rule in compliance with division (B)(1) of Ohio Revised Code (ORC) Section 111.15(B)(2)?
As per the provisions for an “emergency rule” which has substantially and adversely impacted businesses, has the Liquor Control Commission (LCC) or any state board, department, division, or bureau filed the business impact analysis, along with recommendations received from the common sense initiative office, and the associated memorandum of response along with the proposed rule? Provide copies or citations of each.
How does changing liquor sales, hours of operation and imposing control measures such as mask-wearing, mitigate any dangers from the claimed public emergency?
The LCC lacks any legislative authority to impose public health control measures, or other measures intended for “public health”.
Furthermore, the LLC lacks the legislative approval to indemnify and reimburse any retailer for lost revenue, injury or damages resulting from imposing illegal medical interventions upon patrons.
The LLC is without any authority or obligation to act in the capacity of a public health officer as it has never been delegated such authority or obligation.
The LCC is thereby not authorized to delegate any function of a public health officer, just like an actual public health officer cannot delegate its authority or obligations to a private business, any more than a private business owner cannot require its patrons and employees to submit to any medical interventions, especially in violation of public policy as established in the Public Health Preparedness Bench Book.
What facts or studies have established the necessity or efficacy of su
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