Senator Lora Reinbold (R-Eagle River) invites all Alaskans to attend the Alaska Medical Freedom Symposium, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 17 at the Glenn Massay Theater, located at 8295 E College Drive in Palmer. The Alaska Medical Freedom Symposium aims to educate, equip and empower Alaskans to defend their Constitutional rights and medical freedoms and encompasses a wide range of topics pertinent to challenges that Alaskans are facing right now.
The Alaska Medical Freedom Symposium features presentations from international experts such as Pathologist Ryan Cole, M.D., “The Pathology of mRNA Vaccine Injury,” (via video), Internist Meryl Nass, M.D., “The Strange Saga of COVID-19/Monkeypox and Their Vaccines,” and eminent flight surgeons, Lieutenant Colonel Theresa Long, M.D. and recently retired Green Beret Lieutenant Colonel Peter Chambers, M.D., “How Are COVID-19 Jabs Affecting Our Military?” and “What’s the Connection Between the WHO Pandemic Treaty, DOD, and AK Dept. of Health?” This is blended with local experts, such as Ilona Farr, M.D., “COVID-19: Dispelling Fear Through Early Treatments,” Kristine Gugel from Wellspring Ministries “Negative Effects of Prolonged Fear & Anxiety, and What To Do About It,” and Bruce Walden, special forces military veteran, “Propaganda & Psy-Ops: Have We Been Played?” The Symposium will also include perspectives about a new Alaska mental health law HB 172 and COVID mandates from Holocaust survivor Vera Sharav.
The Alaska Medical Freedom Symposium is sponsored by Senator Lora Reinbold and Alaskans For Constitutional Rights and is coming up soon on Saturday, September 17 at the Glenn Massay Theater, in Palmer, Alaska. Tickets are $35, which includes the Symposium registration, all day snacks and refreshments, and fabulous door prizes. Tickets are available for purchase at www.afcr1776.com. All active military men and women are invited to attend as honored guests and register for complimentary seats by entering the promo code “MILITARY” prior to checkout. There are also fully sponsored seats available for anyone in hardship. The event will be live-streamed and a watch party is scheduled in Juneau. More information on these options will be listed at www.afcr1776.com as they become available.
Senator Reinbold stated, “My desire is to bring Alaskans together to help address some of the negative impacts COVID has had on our state and empower Alaskans to know their medical rights so they can defend them. There will be physicians and scientific research provided that validates the reality of COVID vax injury and how to treat long COVID. We want to help equip Alaskans to know their medical rights to defend from those infringing upon them. After attending this Medical Freedom and Constitutional Rights Symposium, Alaskans should feel educated, empowered and more prepared to face the future being connected to local resources. It will be a great time to network and support one another as we heal from the impacts of COVID policy.”