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Post Letter to the Editor - Jan 27 2022
by Post Editor : letters@portervillepost.com

Dear Editor, In light of current circumstances, I am drawn back to the writers table, to address an issue of concern:

People are beginning to notice the narrative changing surrounding the pandemic, the mandates and the solution provided by the CDC/FDA = vaccine programs. Locally we have recently seen outrage towards the Porterville City Council, directly referencing the incentivized vaccine program: $100.00 gift cards purchased with emergency funds and distributed when one receives a vaccine injection at one of their sites. The Program was adopted by council August 17, 2021.

The proposal brought to council via City Manager, John Lollis, was explained as being driven by Sierra View Hospital District. Full video of that meeting is available on YouTube, the matter is discussed in the last 45 minutes of the meeting. At which time it is unclear as to the exact motion that was made, poorly if I may suggest, Flores stated something , interrupted by Reyes, referred to Julie referencing the Emergency Proclamation Act, the motion was seconded by Stowe, voted on with unanimous approval. Seriously, it was unclear.

My personal quest for truth caused me to view the video. What causes one to incentivize a program, which council member Carrillo referred to: those members of the community who are waiting for full vaccine approval, this may push them into deciding to get the jab.

Are they the best judge of what is in my best interest regarding health? Certainly not. In no way did I give them this power of attorney. They are not medical professionals, they do not know me, I doubt they have concern for my health. Why would one (In an elected official capacity} look for a manner to incentivize an unapproved vaccine trial being played out on society?

The current issue drawing attention to our city and making the news, when at the January 18, 2022 Porterville City Council meeting a member of the community was detained, removed form the chambers and cited for willful disruption. Seriously, her mask was not properly covering her mouth and nose.

Are they implying that Rae Dean Hotchkiss Strawn is a threat to what? A 75 year old servant to her community, standing up for and protecting the rights of her peers as she knows best. The recent display of authority that evening has disgusted many. Time will reveal all.

Recent news regarding vaccines and masks leads me to believe the truth is about to be released to all. This itself is of great concern. We have been mis-lead about the mandates. My interpretation is this: Mandates are made by a High Court and forced on an inferior government official to perform. WE were not the ones mandated, THEY were. Sit with that, adjust and prepare for more information as the truth cannot be held back much longer.

I will continue to share my perspective until it is no longer needed.

Respectfully and reverently, Jeanne Schuyler From Porterville, CA.

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