CLEVELAND, OH – Dr. Amy Stearns-Acton cost Governor Richard Michael DeWine the endorsement of the Cuyahoga County Republican Party. So did his business closing orders during the Covid 19 cold and flu season. So did his and her decision that certain Ohioans and their professions were “essential” while others were not. DeWine can sell himself as acting responsibly to save lives during a “pandemic” but the majority of Ohioans are not buying.
Cuyahoga County Republicans chose to ignore DeWine’s incumbency when Strongsville Ward Leader Shannon Burns introduced a motion to overturn a committee endorsement recommendation of the current governor. Independence councilman James Trakas chaired the endorsement committee.
When Cuyahoga Republican Chairwoman Lisa Stickens presided over the vote and delivered the tally; a majority of Cuyahoga County Republicans favored former United States Congressman James Renacci over DeWine. Casual conversations around the packed room would have told DeWine before the vote that Republicans had not forgotten Stearns-Acton, their hysteria-driven lies or their Communist-like civil rights violations.
13 Ohioans were known to have been infected with the “coronavirus” on March 11, 2020. Nine of the 13 were from Cuyahoga County. Six, according to Cuyahoga County health director Terry Allan, were students of Hawken Upper School. Three of the 9 Cuyahoga County residents had just returned from a foreign trip to Israel. The six students were attendees of the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference in Washington, D.C. from March 6 through March 9.
AIPAC president Betsy Korn and board chairman Morton Fridman in an email to the organization’s 18,000 conference attendees alerted members they had been exposed to a coronavirus that traced to New York attorney Lawrence Garbuz. In New York he was quarantined until he healed.
Instead of reporting only the facts as she was authorized by the state’s unsuspended pandemic-mitigating laws found in Title 3707 of the Ohio Revised Code, Stearns-Acton estimated and DeWine acted on her estimation. According to DeWine and his medical quack ex-state health director, the 117,000 “estimate” was supposed to “double every six days.” According to the hysterical duo, our state’s hospitals were supposed to have been filling up at a rate of 10,000 patients a day.
Globally the World Health Organization reported 135,000 humans with cold and flu symptoms under the coronavirus label. Based on DeWine and Stearns-Acton’s false 117,000 infected Ohioans estimate, 86 percent of the globally infected coronavirus sufferers were in our state. Ohioans were stygmatized as being the coronavirus’ most prolific national carriers and spreaders.
DeWine either did not know or ignored Stearns-Acton’s “yes” answers to being treated for mental illness and drug addiction in her Ohio Medical Board application. No section of Title 37, Chapter 3707 gave the Ohio director of health jurisdiction over non-infected Ohioans. The governor’s sole statutory authority was over “adulterated products.”
Instead of obeying the Constitution of the United States of America, the Constitution of Ohio and the unsuspended general laws that limit the governor’s authority, DeWine called himself “following the science.” Their “science” included social distancing, masks, closing businesses and locking up Americans in our homes and away from our loved ones and social networks with DeWine’s backing. The majority of Ohio workers struggling to feed themselves and their families were deemed “non-essential.”
The vote against DeWine’s endorsement and for Renacci at the Cuyahoga County Republican Party’s central committee meeting came across as a “payback” for his constitutional abuse and his health director’s lies. DeWine left before it was concluded. Renacci stayed until its conclusion and thanked backers for their support.