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We’ve always told you on this show that it’s not enough to “trust the plan.” There is no plan. Donald Trump isn’t going to ride in on a white horse to save America by himself. Neither is anyone else. We have to be the plan. We have to make the changes we want in America.

James Tracy Guy is a Utah resident trying to make that change. James is suing two local school boards for violating the constitutional rights of teachers, parents, and of course children. You can probably already tell what those violations were, but here’s the trick: James’s lawsuit never mentions Covid. He just mentions the clear-cut violations of rights, and he forced the schools and the judge to put the word “Covid” in his mouth. Because, of course, they need Covid to make their case for this power grab.

The schools’ only defense has been “Covid is dangerous,” blah blah blah. Of course Covid is not dangerous for children, and we’ve known that for two years. So James told them “prove it.” He’s still waiting. Schools are using covid as their all-purpose defense for everything they want to do, but they can’t even defend their stance that it’s dangerous. But having taken out that strategy, the courts are stepping in to protect the schools by just not acknowledging the validity of James’s case at all.

James Tracy Guy joins us.

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