Mask Lawsuit Idaho

Mask Lawsuit Idaho

A mask lawsuit in Idaho is to be filed against the Panhandle Health District. The end result, if successful, would allow an otherwise free people to be able to make their own health decisions without fear of criminality.

Interview regarding mask mandate lawsuit

The plaintiffs in the case include Pleasant Meadow Dairy.

“We care that our customers can get our milk and make choices in what they eat and how they live there lives.  We trust our customers are like us – intelligent and responsible – and that they care for their neighbors as themselves.  We trust them to make the right choices in regards to masking or not and think the choice should be theirs, and not the government’s.

We also do not think health boards should have the power to make otherwise law-abiding citizens suddenly criminals subject to misdemeanor charges with penalties including fines up to $1,000 and significant jail time.

Further, we care about law enforcement officers and the conundrum they are now put under with such mandates, including their own personal convictions on the subject, but now having to be put in the position of having to arrest otherwise good citizens of our counties.

We have therefore agreed to work as plaintiffs with two very liberty-minded attorneys in our area to file suit against appropriate parties seeking a temporary and permanent injunction against the mandates. “

Paul Herdon, Pleasant Meadow Dairy

Boyles Law and The MacPherson group are working together to represent several plaintiffs affected by the vague and irrational Panhandle Health District mask mandate issued on July 23, 2020. The Board of Directors for Panhandle Health District approved and issued a mandatory mask order for all persons in Kootenai County, presumably visitors, and residents. Therefore, there is now an active Kootenai County mask mandate.

Goal $25,000 for Expert Witnesses

Find out how this money will be accounted for (by a certified public accountant) and hear from Colton Boyles, one of the lawyers who has taken up the challenge to fight the mask mandate. The impact of a successful lawsuit will help preserve liberty for the ENTIRE state.

Update on Fundraiser for Mask Mandate Lawsuit to be filed Monday August 3

A WonderWe fundraiser has been established. They have asked all liberty-minded, freedom-loving Idahoans give to the cause.  A $100 donation would be amazing from each and every person as we are going to need $25,000 to enter the fray. *They mention that ANY amount helps!

WonderWe.com/maskmandate

You may also Paypal us using paul@herndoncpa.com

Government Mandates vs Personal Responsibility

“We have personal convictions about government mandates and personal responsibility that favor personal responsibility and liberty over governmental mandates in every area of our lives, even public health. 

Furthermore, we do not believe the science backs masks working as a deterrent to virion transmission, particularly cloth masks worn by the general populace without any personal protective equipment training, sanitation, and discipline.” 

A message from Paul Herndon, Pleasant Meadow Creamery

They have created a post linking the various studies on the subject here:

Faulty Use of PPE Creates Problems

Speaking of use of personal protective equipment, (PPE), we have documented evidence that not even the governor of Idaho, Brad Little, nor Anthony Fauci, the president’s advisor, properly observe exercise of sanitary PPE practices.  These screen grabs are from just the last couple of days.  The governor hands his mask off his ear, handles it with his fingers touching the inside of the mask, and just generally does not follow good PPE protocol.

https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2020/07/24/dr-fauci-violated-d-c-mask-mandate-during-the-nationals-game-n688303

Anthony Fauci, likewise, violates proper mask protocol. Here, he is hanging the mask below his chin having contaminated the mask with his hands, and now on his dirty and contaminated neck.

If these two guys can’t get it right, how is the general public supposed to?

The World Health Organization has produced two videos on proper mask etiquette/handling – one that is for surgical style masks, and the other for cloth masks.  Note the surgical style are to be disposed of immediately after use, while the cloth ones require copious hand washing with alcohol based sanitizer even to touch the thing:

WHO Surgical Mask

WHO Cloth Masks

Centura Health did a very interesting video showing how easily your common person is going to contaminate their mask:

Contaminating the Mask

Finally, we think you would find this video by Patrick Bet-David very interesting.  He covers all of the above and just some common-sense practicality in regards to masking.

Face Masks – Helpful or Hoax?

What does all this mean?

From the Pleasant Meadow Creamery blog:

We care that our customers can get our milk and make choices in what they eat and how they live there lives.  We trust our customers are like us – intelligent and responsible – and that they care for their neighbors as themselves.  We trust them to make right choices in regards to masking or not and think the choice should be theirs, and not government’s.

We also do not think health boards should have the power to make otherwise law-abiding citizens suddenly criminals subject to misdemeanor charges with penalties including fines up to $1,000 and significant jail time.

Further, we care about law enforcement officers and the conundrum they are now put under with such mandates, including their own personal convictions on the subject, but now having to be put in the position of having to arrest otherwise good citizens of our counties.

We listened to the entire Panhandle Health Board hearing and we found the physician, nurse, and Kootenai Medical Center officers skewed the data and ramifications to sway the vote.  The public was given little consideration, and the mandate was passed.

The mandate itself is vague and poorly written.

Lawsuit and Temporary Injunction

We have therefore agreed to work as plaintiffs with two very liberty minded attorneys in our area to file suit against appropriate parties seeking temporary and permanent injunction against the mandates.  The end result, if successful, would allow an otherwise free people to be able to make their own health decisions without fear of criminality.

It will allow us to make our milk deliveries to Kootenai County without fear of criminality and prosecution, since we choose not to mask. 

We respect your right to mask if that is what you want to do, and we do not have a negative view of that choice.  It’s yours to make.

To enter this fight, and because the attorneys we will be retaining have already been busy in the whole COVID era, many times working pro bono, we want to be sure they can be compensated adequately to fight.

We are therefore establishing a WonderWe fundraiser and ask all liberty-minded, freedom-loving Idahoans give to the cause.  A $100 donation would be amazing from each and every person as we are going to need $25,000 to enter the fray.

Our intent is to prepare a lawsuit this weekend with filing on Monday so we can get a hearing next week on the temporary order.

Won’t you please join us in the fight?  To donate, please click this link:  

WonderWe.com/maskmandate

republished with permission from Pleasant Meadow Creamery

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