He put forward this claim during the Feb. 7 episode of "Real Talk with Dr. Eric Nepute" on Brighteon.TV. Nepute welcomed the move, saying that times are changing and even doctors are agreeing with the sentiment that the American people are already done with the pandemic. However, he doesn't think the craziness surrounding COVID-19 will conclude after the emergency is ended.
Nepute cited a report by the New York Post stating that the Biden administration will end the COVID-19 emergency on May 11. According to a Jan. 30 Administrative Procedure Act sent to congress, the White House plans to further extend both the COVID-19 national emergency and public health emergency until the May 11 deadline and lift both on that day. (Related: President Biden to extend COVID-19 "national emergency" status.)
But the chiropractor pointed out that the EUA for the vaccines will remain in place. According to him, Americans should be asking why the supposedly "safe and effective" COVID-19 vaccines are not getting off the EUA and why authorities do not plan to fully license and approve these. Nepute said this all boils down to a liability issue.
"They don't want the 15 plus million people that have shown deaths and injuries after getting these shots to have a clear path to be able to come and litigate. The PREP Act, the CARES Act and the [EUA] have shielded the government's doctors and the pharmaceutical industries from liability. They don't want to accept liability," he said.
"This has nothing to do with science. This has nothing to do with health, nor does it have anything to do with care. It has absolutely everything to do with legalities and liabilities."
Nepute noted that when fraud and neglect are proven by all the documents presented in front of the courts and judges, the federal government and Big Pharma will face a barrage of lawsuits.
According to the founder of Nepute Wellness Center, the Biden administration was pressured to put an end to the COVID-19 emergency because the Republican-controlled House of Representatives has already started passing legislation to repeal it.
"Biden, instead of getting mud in his face, made a political decision. Not a scientific healthcare decision, but a political decision to say 'Alright, on May 11 we're going to get rid of the public health emergency.' So between now and May 11, they are going to pour out more money, pour out more problems, try to break, steal, kill and pillage as much as they can from We the People until this is repealed," Nepute said.
"The EUA is not going to end on May 11. What's going to end is the public health emergency which is going to take away a lot of the ability of the executive branch to take money and move money around without congressional approval. It's going to change the way that a lot of people are receiving the care that they've been getting over the past three years because most people have really been getting more of a socialized medicine type of approach."
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Watch the Feb. 7 episode of "Real Talk with Dr. Eric Nepute" below. "Real Talk with Dr. Eric Nepute" airs every Tuesday at 4-5 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.