Linda Gould - Letter to Editor

As recently reported on TND (The National Desk) which airs on the CW Channel (14.1) the FBI contacted CVS, Walgreen’s, Rite-Aid and Target to hand over the medical records of their patient customers. CVS, Walgreen’s and Rite-Aid complied; Walmart and Target refused, telling them they would have to secure search warrants, which the other three should have done. The waponization of the DOJ used against President Trump is also being used against private citizens, which we all should expect sooner or later; just happens to be sooner. A heavily used Marxist-control method. Until Obama, and now Biden, the practice of surveillance of the masses and other methods of control were rarely used in the private sector, except for law enforcement who procured any necessary search warrants for legitimate use. 

Such practices also pertain to banking information. In fact, 20 years ago an employee at my then-credit union confided that every month they were required by the government to provide more and more information on account holders. In the intervening years, seems as though the kind of information demanded would be far beyond the level, requiring search warrants instead of mass information. 

Secondly, PBS has gradually become very politically slanted, joining the ranks of mainstream media. Before the last election, they aired a program several times regarding Milwaukee’s past as a socialist city, painting a picute of it as being utopia. Although there was a noticeable difference between socialism dn Democrats/Marxism, I still say, Poppycock. Now before another election, they are using falsified, orchestrated information about President Trump in a program as factual – even before the bogus lawsuits against him have been decided in court. Take a look at all the foundation donors to PBS who are obviously influencing the change to ‘woke culture.’ They should be losing individual donors fast. 

Finally, The Epoch Times, a national weekly publication reported findings that veterinary medicines (Monensin, Narasin and Narcar-bazin) were found in fast-food products: McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, Domino’s, Dunkin, Starbuck’s, Chick-Fil-A and Wendy’s. Chipolte and Subway were also tested, with none found. Some 40+ samples from 20+ restaurants were tested by the Health Research Institute, who tests for nutritional value, GMOs, contaminants and toxins. 43 school lunches tested: 95% had Glyphosate (weed killer- childhood exposure to diabetes, cardio & cancer, including non-Hodgkin lymphoma; 30% had Thiabendazole (fungaside & parasiticide, developmental toxin in more than 40% of them. 

Representatives of fast-food chains, when contacted, had no response. 

Linda Gould,


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