Unsafe and ineffective COVID shots: The FDA has lost its way

The FDA has lost its way. Its mission is to protect Americans, not the pharmaceutical industry. A recent publication in the Federal Register announced an upcoming meeting to discuss the future of the COVID shots:

“On January 26, 2023, the committee will meet in open session to discuss the future vaccination regimens addressing COVID-19. This discussion will include consideration of the composition and schedule of the primary series and booster vaccinations.”[i]

At the end of January, the FDA advisory committee, the Vaccines and Related Biologic Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC), will discuss COVID shot strain composition, timing, and how often new strains should be selected. Peter Marks, director of the FDA division in charge of vaccines and biologics, the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER), has stated the FDA wants “normalcy” for the shots.[ii]

This is unacceptable. The FDA should be reviewing the safety and efficacy of the shots – and  considering pulling them from the market – rather than normalizing and increasing their use.

Most COVID shots are still under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). Unprecedented numbers of safety complaints and adverse event reports have been filed. The shots do not prevent transmission of the COVID virus, and effectiveness is known to decrease rapidly or fail to protect against “breakthrough infections” (which would have been called “vaccine failure” before the COVID “new normal” newspeak).

Despite all of this, the FDA is not rushing to pull these shots from the market as they did with RotaShield, a rotavirus vaccine introduced in 1998. It took only 10 VAERS reports for the CDC to conclude, in its own words, “The temporal clustering after receipt of RRV-TV suggested a causal relationship,” and begin investigating.[iii] After an ongoing CDC investigation and 112 adverse event reports were made to VAERS, the manufacturer voluntarily recalled the vaccine.

Another vaccine rushed into arms of Americans, the H1N1 Swine Flu vaccine in 1976 was considered a disaster by public health experts around the world. It was called a “sorry debacle” and a “fiasco” by the New York Times. After a swine flu outbreak on a military base, the federal government rushed a vaccine to market for the public. The outbreak never spread across the country, but hundreds of Americans were injured by Guillain Barre Syndrome and 30 died as a result of the rushed vaccines.[iv] The 2009 H1N1 vaccine had a similar fate, flooding the VICP and the fledgling Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) with a surge in claims.[v]

COVID shot safety

Claims for injury or death after COVID shots are astronomical; more than 7,500 claims have been filed in the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP). Prior to the COVID shots, the CICP had “handled fewer than 500 cases in its entire history.”[vi]


COVID shots from different manufacturers are three of the top five most reported vaccines. Adverse event reports from the COVID shots far eclipse the next most reported shots (chicken pox and the MMR), by more than five-and-a-half times each, or 11 times more when combined. And the COVID shots have only been approved for two years. Compare that to Varivax’s 27 years on the market after initial FDA approval,[i] and the MMR II’s 40 years of use.[ii] The safety signals are catastrophic and must be investigated. Instead, the FDA is adding gasoline to the fire by having a meeting to determine how best to get more of these dangerous shots into Americans from cradle to grave.

A closer detail from the same VAERS report, accessed January 3, 2023:

Two years after the first EUA, we are rapidly approaching 1 million claims of COVID vaccine injury or death in America, but our federal government is insisting the shots are safe.

COVID shot efficacy

Pfizer executive Janine Small told the European Parliament’s special COVID committee that Pfizer did not know whether the shot would prevent transmission before it entered the market.[i] Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said the same in December 2020 as the first authorization was given by the FDA.[ii] So if Pfizer didn’t know, how could the FDA? But Americans were repeatedly told the shot was “safe and effective.” CDC Director Rochelle Walensky has also stated the shot cannot prevent transmission.[iii]

Why were Americans told they needed to get the shot to protect others? In particular, why are children told to get the shot to protect their grandparents if it is known by the CDC, FDA, and makers of the COVID shot that it does not prevent transmission of COVID-19?

If stopping transmission of a virus is not a measure of efficacy, what is?

“Safe and effective”

The terms “safe” and “effective” are loosely defined at best and there have been calls for the FDA to create workable definitions.[iv]

Where does the FDA’s mission of ensuring pharmaceuticals are “safe and effective” come from?

In the late 1930s, a cough syrup was put onto the market that killed over 100 children across America. At that time, companies had no legal requirement to test products in any way before they were sold.[v]

“[T]he way you tested drugs back in those days was essentially, the company would send its experimental compound to doctors across the country and say, you know, try this out in your patients — you know, and let us know how it works. And so they would sort of send the pills there, and the doctors would try it on their patients. There would be no controls. It wouldn’t — there wouldn’t be any sort of rigorous testing of it. The doctor would simply give it to their patients and then ask the patients to report back how they felt.”[vi]

In 1938, the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) sought to remedy that. This law required the FDA to make sure drugs coming to market were safe. The FDCA gave the FDA power to require pre-market approval of the safety of drugs before they were sold to Americans. It was the first law that required manufacturers to safety test their products before putting them to market. The word “safe” was not defined and eventually was simply related to the health of man or animal.[vii]

The “effective” requirement was a Congressional response to the disaster of thalidomide. The government and the FDA were doing their jobs in this case. Thalidomide was prevented from gaining FDA approval after birth defects were seen across the globe from its use, and Congress acted as well to tighten up regulations in the United States. In 1962, Congress passed the Kefauver-Harris Drug Amendment, amending the FDCA to create a legal mandate that drugs must show effectiveness to obtain FDA approval.

All that is expected regarding efficacy is that “it could fairly and responsibly be concluded by such experts that the drug will have the effect it purports or is represented to have under the conditions of use prescribed, recommended, or suggested in the labeling, or proposed labeling, thereof.”[viii]

The COVID shots don’t even meet these meager standards for safety and efficacy.

Why comment on VRBPAC meetings?

We have recently learned through court documents and FOIAs that the federal government has been working with social media to censor the speech of Americans. Americans will not be silenced, especially when it comes to the health of our children and ourselves. The comments made in response to meetings are a public record of protest against the actions of an unaccountable and dysfunctional FDA and executive branch.

We know public outcry works to slow down the federal overreach and corruption. We also know it works to alert more Americans to what is happening. Last year the FDA postponed their vote on the COVID shots for kids after a huge public outcry on the lack of data. And even though the shots were ultimately authorized, our youngest children are the ones with the lowest compliance with the CDC recommendations for the shots: only 6.9% of babies under 5 have at least one shot as of October 2022.[ix] The questions and demands of health advocates for data and information about shots for babies changed the timeline for COVID shot approval and informed millions of parents who have chosen not to comply.

We must keep raising our voices, our concerns, and our questions about the COVID shots because the federal government is not doing its job.

The Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) reviews safety and efficacy data for pharmaceutical products like vaccines that the FDA is considering for authorization or approval. The FDA does not have to call on its advisory committee, VRBPAC, before it decides on approvals, authorizations, or guidance. Some think having the advisory committee weigh in gives credibility to FDA recommendations and licensure because the panel claims to be independent from the government as well as industry. That viewpoint would only work when the FDA agrees with their recommendations. But historically, when it does convene the panel, the FDA has ignored its advice 22% of the time, according to a 2022 article in policy journal Health Affairs.[x] And the FDA seeks input from this independent panel less and less. “[T]he number of new approved drugs receiving advisory committee review decreased from 59% in 2011 to only 6% in 2021.”[xi]

When making decisions on COVID shots, the FDA acted without advice from VRBPAC twice — first when deciding on fourth boosters for Americans over 50, and then when deciding to extend the authorization for shots to children as young as 5. It’s widely believed some members of the panel would have voted against the expansions, which would have been bad public relations for the FDA.

The COVID shot future regimen means big bucks for Big Pharma

The federal government was paying $19.50 per COVID shot under its initial contract with Pfizer, which was raised to $30. Pfizer reportedly plans to sell the shots to Americans directly for up to $130 starting in 2023.[xii] This would make it one of the most expensive shots recommended by the CDC, by dose, according to their 2023 price list,[xiii] and the costliest to the American people if (or when) the federal government recommends the shot annually.

Americans must stop paying in lives, livelihoods, and tax dollars for this dangerous and ineffective shot. Tell the FDA to do their job, making sure pharmaceuticals are truly safe and effective before allowing them to be sold to Americans.


Steps you can take


Step One: Tell the FDA they need to do their job right. Send a public comment to Regulations.gov here and use your voice.


Step Two: When Americans use their voices, it changes everything. This is why the White House worked with social media to silence dissent and questions about COVID policy and the shots. Let the new Congress know you support them in protecting our Constitution, especially free speech, by signing the SHF petition at the button below.

Step Three: Get to know your U.S. Representative and Senator. Call their offices. Schedule a time to meet them. Listen to their town halls. Talk to the incoming U.S. Representatives about the World Health Organization and global health credentialing plans.

References & Sources

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[i] https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/11/16/g20-bali-leaders-declaration/

[ii] https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/11/16/g20-bali-leaders-declaration/

[iii] https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/546705-white-house-rules-out-involvement-in-vaccine-passports/

[iv] https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/biden-mayorkas-requiring-vaccine-passports-international-travel

[v] https://www.axios.com/2021/05/28/biden-covid-vaccine-passport-mayorkas-travel

[vi] https://www.gihub.org/about/about/

[vii] https://www.cigionline.org/publications/g7-g8-g20-evolution-global-governance/

[viii] To read more, and keep up to date on state laws, check out Ballotopedia.org for a great user-friendly list of proof-of-vaccination requirements throughout the 50 states, complete with interactive map and timelines. https://ballotpedia.org/State_government_policies_about_vaccine_requirements_(vaccine_passports)

[ix] https://vaxxter.com/real-ids-cards-and-government-tracking/

[x] https://iapp.org/news/a/why-some-states-wont-comply-with-real-id-requirements/

[xi] https://www.pressherald.com/2019/07/02/mainers-can-now-get-real-id-compliant-drivers-licenses/

[xii] https://cis.org/Arthur/DHS-Announces-50-States-Are-Compliant-REAL-ID-Act

[xiii] https://iapp.org/news/a/why-some-states-wont-comply-with-real-id-requirements/

[xiv] https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2021/09/apple-announces-first-states-to-adopt-drivers-licenses-and-state-ids-in-wallet/

[xv] https://www.wired.com/story/microsoft-decentralized-id-blockchain/

[xvi] https://www.wired.com/story/microsoft-decentralized-id-blockchain/

[xvii] https://documents-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/N15/291/89/PDF/N1529189.pdf?OpenElement

[xviii] https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/06/16/most-bidens-top-white-house-staff-worked-obama-and-female/7706857002/

[xix] https://documents-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/N15/291/89/PDF/N1529189.pdf?OpenElement

[xx] https://unstats.un.org/legal-identity-agenda/documents/UN-Strategy-for-LIA.pdf

[xxi] https://unstats.un.org/legal-identity-agenda/documents/UN-Strategy-for-LIA.pdf

References & Sources

[i] https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2022-12-19/pdf/2022-27428.pdf?utm_source=federalregister.gov&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=subscription+mailing+list

[ii] https://endpts.com/cbers-peter-marks-says-covid-19-shots-to-mirror-flu-shots-manufacturers-will-be-interchangeable/

[iii] https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5334a3.htm

[iv] https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/02/opinion/coronavirus-vaccine-trump.html

[v] https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/h1n1-2009-pandemic-influenza/pending-injury-claims-over-2009-h1n1-vaccine-increase

[vi] https://www.reuters.com/legal/litigation/covid-vaccine-injury-claims-2022-were-stuck-limbo-whats-next-2022-12-30/

[vii] https://wonder.cdc.gov/controller/datarequest/D8;jsessionid=5E4E044F97B6AD7DC17ABA1E4AF8?stage=results&action=sort&direction=BYVARIABLE

[viii] https://wayback.archive-it.org/7993/20170722071820/https://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/Vaccines/ApprovedProducts/ucm094073.htm

[ix] https://www.merckvaccines.com/mmr/

[x] https://www.msn.com/en-in/health/nutrition/pfizer-admits-it-did-not-know-its-covid-vaccine-prevented-transmission-of-virus-when-rollout-began/ar-AA12UVUp

[xi] https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9018547/Pfizer-CEO-not-certain-covid-shot-prevents-transmission.html

[xii] https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/cdc-director-covid-vaccines-cant-prevent-transmission-anymore/ar-AASDndg

[xiii] https://www.niskanencenter.org/safe-effective-mean-fda/

[xiv] https://www.fda.gov/about-fda/changes-science-law-and-regulatory-authorities/part-ii-1938-food-drug-cosmetic-act

[xv] https://dianerehm.org/shows/2010-09-16/thalidomide-and-fda

[xvi] https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/321

[xvii] https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/STATUTE-76/pdf/STATUTE-76-Pg780.pdf

[xviii] https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/meetings/downloads/slides-2022-10-19-20/05-COVID-Oliver-508.pdf

[xix] https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/10.1377/hlthaff.2021.01927

[xx] https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/10.1377/hlthaff.2021.01927

[xxi] https://www.drugs.com/news/pfizer-plans-charge-over-100-per-covid-shot-2023-108565.html

[xxii] https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/vfc/awardees/vaccine-management/price-list/index.html


Jill Hines

Directory of Advocacy
A former banker turned homeschool mom, Jill Hines began researching alternatives to conventional medicine in 2010 and what she discovered changed the trajectory of her life. She corrected a worrisome health issue, and embraced a natural approach to wellness. Advocating for informed consent and parental rights became a full-time mission when she joined the board of the Georgia Coalition for Vaccine Choice and later became the co-director of Health Freedom Louisiana. Due to her advocacy efforts during the COVID crisis, Jill was one of 25 Louisianans selected by Central City News as “a hero of the constitutional crisis.” She was also presented the Impact Award for Outstanding Public Service from the government watchdog organization Citizens for a New Louisiana. Jill now represents hundreds of millions of Americans who experienced censorship due to the Biden administration's efforts to suppress disfavored speech as a plaintiff in the landmark lawsuit Missouri v. Biden. Jill holds a marketing degree from Louisiana Tech University and now passionately “sells” health freedom full-time. Serving as Stand for Health Freedom’s advocacy director provides an incredible opportunity to advance the growing movement to preserve the sacred right to refuse unwanted medical interventions for ourselves and our children without fear of retribution.
“We have lived through a terrifying societal, psychological, and medical experiment which afforded us a knowledge that our forefathers tried to impart and we can no longer ignore: Our freedom is tenuous. For our children’s sake, the time is now to take a stand for health freedom.”

Chrissy Scott

Executive Assistant and Social Media Manager

A labor and delivery nurse with a lifelong passion for maternal and fetal health, Chrissy Scott left her job of 19 years after learning the truth about the harms caused by the medical system. In 2009, she was mandated by her employer to receive the H1N1 vaccine during her first trimester of pregnancy with her second child. She was assured that the vaccine was “safe and effective” for pregnant women, but her son was born with a kidney defect that could have been fatal. She didn’t connect the dots to vaccine injury until several years later when the declining health of her oldest son drove her to seek answers outside of allopathic medicine.

This personal journey ignited in her a new passion for truth and transparency in health care. As SHF’s Executive Assistant, Chrissy facilitates communication and local advocacy initiatives alongside Leah Wilson for their home state of Indiana. She also manages and creates graphics for SHF’s social media accounts and the website’s swag shop.

Chrissy earned her nursing degree from Anderson University and served her entire career at her local hospital. While she’s no longer a floor nurse, her five very active boys frequently test her nursing skills! She homeschools her children and has been co-owner of a successful home décor sign business with her sister.

“Parents, being the experts on their own children, are best suited to make decisions for the well-being of their family. To do this properly, they must be given full and accurate information and be free from force or coercion.”

Ellen Chappelle


Ellen Chappelle serves as SHF’s resident wordsmith. A seasoned writer and editor, she’s enthusiastic about ensuring that our content is clear, concise, and inspiring.

Ellen is most energized by working on projects that transform lives. A truth seeker as well as a journalist, she’s disturbed by the lack of accuracy in today’s media and determined to help share fact rather than fiction. And having found greater healing with alternative approaches, she’s also passionate about preserving our freedom to make informed health choices.

Past projects include serving as regional editor of a dog magazine, color and trend specialist for a small cosmetics company, arts columnist, newspaper reporter, ghostwriter, and creator of website content for artists and small businesses.

With a degree in journalism and theatre, Ellen is also a performer. She enjoyed singing and dancing on a cruise ship and traveling with a national musical theatre tour, as well as recording industrial videos, television commercials, and radio voiceovers. She also creates handcrafted jewelry in wire, chain maille, and fused glass.

“Despite what some would have us believe, the fact remains that this nation was founded on biblical principles by people who wanted freedom to worship God and live their lives without government involvement. It’s never been more critical to fight for those rights.”


Executive Director and Co-founder

An attorney with a background in complex litigation and advocacy, Leah Wilson is passionate about children’s health and has researched and worked on child welfare issues for more than a decade.

The overmedication of children in foster care as a form of behavior management is what compelled Leah to become an advocate and foster parent. During her time as a court-appointed special advocate for abused and neglected children, Leah witnessed the rampant use of psychiatric drugs among foster kids. She also discovered that, in addition to many extensive requirements, the state had a policy that all foster children and foster families be fully vaccinated, without exception. Through her involvement in law, health and the foster care system, it became abundantly clear to Leah that the single most important issue affecting child welfare in the United States is the practice of one-size-fits-all medicine via medical mandates. This motivated Leah to expand her advocacy beyond foster care to all children nationwide and to start Stand for Health Freedom (SHF) in 2019.

A graduate of the Saint Louis University School of Law, Leah holds dual bachelor degrees in political science and Spanish from Indiana University. In addition to her advocacy work with SHF, Leah is the owner and former operations director of MaxLiving Indy, one of the largest natural health centers in the Midwest. She is also an educator on holistic health as well as a sought-after speaker on issues ranging from religious rights to greening your home.

“Parental rights and religious freedom are God-given natural rights that cannot arbitrarily be taken away by government authorities. Parents are the single most important factor in a child’s success; I stand in full support of this sacred relationship.”

Sayer JI

Director and Co-founder

Sayer Ji is a widely recognized researcher, author, lecturer, activist, and educator on natural health modalities. Among his many roles, he is an advisor to Stand for Health Freedom, a reviewer and editor of the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, an advisory board member of the National Health Federation, a steering committee member of the Global GMO Free Coalition, and the co-founder and CEO of Systome Biomed Inc., a revolutionary scientific validation framework.

Most notably, Sayer is the founder of Greenmedinfo.com, the world’s most widely referenced, evidence-based natural health resource of its kind. He founded the platform in 2008 to provide an open access, evidence-based resource supporting natural and integrative modalities. Today, Greenmedinfo.com has more than a million visits per month, serving as a trusted resource on myriad health and wellness topics to physicians, healthcare practitioners, clinicians, researchers and consumers worldwide.

Sayer attended Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, where he studied under the notable American philosopher Dr. Bruce W. Wilshire. He received a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy in 1995, with a focus on the philosophy of science. His new book, Regenerate: Unlocking Your Body’s Radical Resilience through the New Biology, was released in March 2020 and is an Amazon bestseller.

“I truly believe that education will be our greatest shield against accelerating the erosion of civil liberties, including the right to bodily sovereignty, as well as the greatest catalyst for positive change on this planet moving forward.”

Bailey Kuykendoll

Associate Director

Designer and visual marketer Bailey Kuykendoll began advocating for health and religious freedom and parental rights in 2014 after learning she was pregnant. A self-described skeptic, she’s not afraid to ask questions and do copious amounts of research to reach her own conclusions.

She’s also not afraid of hard work. As SHF’s Relationship Manager, Bailey truly keeps the organizational boat afloat. Working closely with health freedom advocates in each state, she ensures that SHF has campaigns for health-freedom-related bills and petitions on our website and across social media, spreading the word to encourage people to contact their legislators. She builds campaigns, graphics, website pages, and relationships.

Bailey earned a design degree from Harrington Institute of Design in 2008. She then served as a production assistant on several shows for HGTV, followed by working behind the scenes on the X Factor, small indie films, music videos, and documentaries. Bailey joined Health Freedom Florida after moving to the East Coast, becoming co-president of the grassroots organization in 2019. While at Health Freedom Florida, she successfully filed a state bill designed to stop discrimination based on your health status. She joined SHF in the fall of 2020.

“God placed a calling on my heart back in 2008 to be a part of something bigger for Him. Twelve years later, the opportunity came knocking to help others lean into their natural-born rights and take a stand for themselves and their families. I knew this is where I was called to be, and I have never looked back.”

Valerie Borek


Valerie Borek is a passionate advocate for health rights and family privacy. A mother of two with degrees in law and biochemistry, she is perfectly positioned to lead SHF advocates through complex health-rights policy. Her work is guided by a love for American values, uncovering truth, and a passion for empowering others. Valerie has served as SHF’s policy analyst since 2021.

Valerie’s understanding of the value of freedom to make one’s own health care choices is not just academic. Health freedom has kept her boys alive and thriving. Her choice to have home births jump-started her advocacy for health privacy. Her eldest son survived a rare and deadly cancer because her family was able to navigate medical care while holding onto values that were sometimes at odds with recommendations.

Before joining SHF, Valerie specialized in health and parenting rights at her boutique law firm, especially surrounding birth and vaccine rights. She advocated for informed consent in health care and transparent food labeling in her state. She helped found the Birth Rights Bar Association and was honored to present their argument to the Delaware Supreme Court that midwifery is not the practice of medicine, in support of a trailblazing midwife.

“Health is the foundation of how we show up in this world to love, serve, and create. Americans are blessed to live in a country that gets stronger the more we protect fundamental rights, like informed consent and privacy, so individuals and families can thrive.”

Mary Katherine LaCroix


Mary Katherine LaCroix became involved with SHF as a volunteer in 2019 when the religious exemption for childhood vaccines was at risk in her home state of New Jersey. She believes strongly that parents have the responsibility for their children’s health, education, and faith formation and that only they have the right to make medical decisions and manage their care.

She has worked in fundraising for more than 25 years at various educational, cultural, human services, and political organizations. A graduate of the University of Scranton, she holds a degree in History and English Literature.

Mary Katherine is thrilled to have this opportunity to work with and help grow SHF, believing that together we can achieve even greater impact in protecting our rights and caring for our loved ones. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two children and large extended family, as well as volunteering to support the special needs community.

“Parents are taught that they must trust the experts. That’s what we did, until we learned that the experts can be wrong and don’t always know what is best for your child. Parents should instead feel empowered by their natural, God-given ability to advocate and care for their children. SHF is here to give them the tools to do just that.”

Sheila Ealey

Political Analyst

Dr. Sheila Lewis Ealey is the founder and former director of the Creative Learning Center of Louisiana, a therapeutic day school for children who are on the autism spectrum or struggling with other nonverbal intellectual disabilities. The wife of a former U.S. Coast Guard Officer, she is also the mother of four children. Her son was diagnosed with severe autism spectrum disorder at 18 months. He is now a young man and considered moderate and emerging.

Sheila and her twins were featured in the documentary “Vaxxed.” She has traveled extensively, advocating for medical freedom. She continues to educate disenfranchised parents about their fundamental rights to religious and philosophical exemptions, their ability to live sustainably on a limited budget, and the importance of nutrition and biomedical interventions for optimum health with autism. She also writes individual homeschool curriculums for parents of children with autism or intellectual disorders. Sheila is a trustee for the Autism Trust, USA, and on the board of directors of Children’s Health Defense.

Over the past 20 years, she has educated herself to use natural healing modalities for the body and brain. Her formal education includes degrees in communication, special education curriculum, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership in Special Education. Sheila serves as an assistant content advisor and political analyst for SHF.

“It is not the Constitution’s job to protect our liberties, as it is not a philosophical document but a legal one. Its purpose is to limit the powers and authority of our federal government in hopes of preventing an intrusion upon our unalienable rights. We are obliged to maintain our government within its limits.”

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