(Natural News) Dr. Eric Nepute, a chiropractor and owner of Quickwork LLC, has pledged to defend himself against the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which is accusing him of engaging in “deceptive marketing practices” concerning the use of vitamin D and zinc in treating the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
The Department of Justice (DoJ) filed a lawsuit on behalf of the FTC accusing Nepute of violating the COVID-19 Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), which forbids American doctors from prescribing anything other than “Operation Warp Speed” injections and face masks to “cure” the Chinese Virus.
Because Nepute has been helping patients stay healthy and protected through the use of vitamins and other offerings from nature, the American government wants to fine or imprison him for committing the “crime” of recommending natural remedies.
Passed back in December while Donald Trump was still in office, the CCPA says it is now “illegal” for any American “to engage in deceptive marketing related to the treatment, cure, prevention, mitigation, or diagnosis of COVID-19” – this means nothing other than vaccines and masks for the American cattle.
Nepute had been saying that vitamin D and zinc are far more effective at keeping people healthy than injecting mRNA poisons and wearing Chinese cloth over the face. This is against the law in the “land of the free,” as only pharmaceutical companies, communist China, and Tony Fauci are allowed to provide “health care.”
NIH website says zinc, vitamin D both support immunity – are they “guilty” of violating CCPA, too?
Author: Ethan Huff
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