EP 154: INSIDER'S LOOK AT MEDICAL FREEDOM WITH JIM TURNER
I learned about Jim Turner through Citizens of Health and the more I researched him, the more I was impressed! I had to dig to find the depth of information about him that I did, because it’s not on his law website and --what a guy he is! On the podcast I introduce Jim thoroughly, honoring all the incredible work he’s done in his life.
The importance of being informed around all issues of vaccines & medications
Where to find information about vaccines, how to identify red flags & why the drug companies are immune to liability
How our government is liable for injury (not the manufacturer) and has paid over almost $4 billion dollars to families for vaccine injury, which accounts for for 1 of every 1000 people suffering from vaccine injury
Why it’s so important to look at why peopledon’tget sick
How extremely important it is to question anything said to be "the answer” (it’s usually only a part of the answer) -- you must do your own research
Historic examples of measles, swine flu and HIV and how there has never been a successful RNA vaccine
Serious debate occurring today that you'll never seen on the mainstream media (must look in peer-reviewed journals)
The importance of looking at pre-existing conditions & drug interactions
Learning how to live with pathogens: exercise, eat well, drink clean water, spend time in your garden, get sunshine, breathe good air, etc.
When his doctor recommended a drug to him & he educated his doctor by showing him 15,000 lawsuits against it
How polarization cripples us into paralysis
How the consumer needs to be in the driver's seat of society and the market
Upside to what's happening now: illumination that what we've been doing hasn't been working
MORE ABOUT JIM TURNER:
James S. Turner, a principal in the Swankin & Turner firm. He represents businesses, individuals and consumer groups in a wide variety of regulatory matters concerning food, drug, health, environmental and product-safety matters. He’s appeared before every major consumer regulatory agency, including the Food and Drug Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Consumer Product Safety Commission and Federal Trade Commission, as well as the Department of Agriculture and the National Institutes of Health.
Mr. Turner has served as special counsel to the Senate Select Committee on Food, Nutrition, and Health and to the Senate Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University School of Law.
Mr. Turner was the lead attorney on a successful petition to the FDA to reclassify acupuncture needles from Class III to Class II medical devices, permitting their legal importation and distribution.