"Over the last 20 to 22 months, it has been a very obvious war of the collective versus the individual. Under public health, the collective should matter more than the individual person. And what do we call that? We call it communism," said Gold.
"I think I recognized it earlier than most doctors. I was looking at medical powers, [and I found them] unconstitutional from that perspective. I [also] got very disgusted with the lies that our public health officials are telling the average American. So we decided to get together and just bring [the] truth to the American people. We did that last time, [and] we've been off to the races."
The AFLDS founder also branded the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns – most especially the closure of churches – a communist plan. "The biggest threat [are] the churches, which is why they [were ordered] closed."
Gold added that it was easier for medical tyranny to flourish "when you lose hope, you lose faith and you lose camaraderie with other like-minded souls." (Related: Expert raises concerns about coronavirus restrictions following arrest of Canadian pastor.)
"It's really a lot easier to inject fear whenever you're alone and isolated, and not really understanding what's going on. Then all of a sudden, you don't want to speak up or even talk about something [because you think] maybe there's a problem with yourself," Townsend said in agreement.
"What has happened is we became complacent and the system decided to police the system. Now you're seeing where that gets us. She was talking about a collective mindset. They're trying to put America in a collective mindset to make you think that you're somehow harming people by being free. Freedom doesn't harm people. As a matter of fact, freedom does the exact opposite."
Many nations around the world are now standing up against tyranny. People in Australia took to the streets earlier this month to stand up for health freedom and protest against the draconian vaccine mandates. According to a report by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, protesters in three states – Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland – gathered to express disagreement over their respective leaders' measures that infringe upon people's freedoms in the name of public health.
Earlier in the show, Pedersen played a video of outgoing National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins singing a modified version of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" from the 1939 movie "The Wizard of Oz."
Collins changed the lyrics to reflect the COVID-19 pandemic. He sang the song during a Dec. 14 town hall meeting by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
"This is really a song for you, for all of us who have been going through this pandemic and trying to imagine how's it going to feel when we're finally past that. We're going to get there and you're going to help us get there," Collins said.
"Somewhere past the pandemic, masks will come off; no more need for a nose swab every time we cough. Somewhere past the pandemic, we'll hug our friends and thank the people in science that brought the pandemic's end," he sang.
"As we are gathered here today, COVID's toll has hit and sent us reeling. But partners like the ones right here will help to make the pathway clear to find the true healing."
Pedersen turned to Townsend when the video finished, saying: "When is [the pandemic] going to end, Shady? I mean, I think it's ended already. [But] people don't understand that science."
He also brought up the possibility of the outgoing NIH director's involvement in much more nefarious things, given that he shares the surname of a family known for witchcraft. "The reason why we brought [up] the Collins family [is because] that's the bloodline that teaches witchcraft. Look up the Collins' bloodline [and] you'll be fascinated." (Related: NIH director Francis Collins lied and committed treason, but the media refuses to report it.)
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