1. How much evidence against politicians

How much evidence against politicians

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Posted by (Questions: 2, Answers: 2)
Asked on December 19, 2020 10:12 pm
Jesse, we are revamping the Respondent search instructions on this site. Please know that you can research local officials as well as those who are state-wide or national.... the choice is yours!
( at December 21, 2020 6:56 am)
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Hello Jesse,
Sometimes the position is simply enough. When a man or woman is in charge, and the agenda is moving forward, they have a Duty of Care. So, in the case of the utility companies that are installing smart meters, as well as in the case of pharmaceutical companies that are manufacturing vaccines:

Executive level officials of companies, such as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Chief Operations Officer (COO), or the Director of Operations, etc. can be sent the NoL

For politicians, sometimes the position is simply enough as well. If they have said nothing against the agenda, then they are supporting the agenda. We find this especially true in Denmark, where no one will even mention the word "smart meter", in print or on the live media.  

At any rate, you may want to:

Scan through their media statements and speeches to find Cause involvement. 
Be sure to check their public voting record! This is a goldmine for their true actions. 
Take screen shots and record the URL's to preserve this evidence.

If you cannot find the governor saying anything against smart meters and vaccination, then he / she is supporting it.

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Answered on December 21, 2020 6:37 am
I am glad you brought up CEOs in regard to this as well. I have listed the CEO of the state wide utility company as well as the chairman of the overall utility company that spans several states in the region. I will see if they have said anything in support of smart meters. But I agree that their position in itself is enough. They are resposible. I just want to be as thorough as I can in my research (without spending too much time trying to find something that is just not there) before I turn them in as Respondents. Thanks.
( at December 21, 2020 10:05 am)