A group of six Alaska legislators is hosting a listening session on Monday, Nov. 22, in Anchorage to hear from area residents who have been adversely impacted by Covid policies and coercive mandates.

Senators Lora Rienbold and Roger Holland will be on hand, along with Representatives David Eastman, George Rauscher, Ben Carpenter and Christopher Kurka.

A notice about the event asks Alaskans to share information on how governmental actions regarding Covid have impacted them in the following ways:

— Experienced adverse reactions to the shot?

— Denied early treatment by a doctor or hospital?

— Lost a job due to vax mandate?

— Experienced court delays or a business closed?

— Have a child struggle in school due to mask or vax segregation?

“If you or a loved one has been negatively impacted, by any of the executive branch mandates or judicial closures, we want to hear from you!” Reinbold said via a Facebook notice about the event. “Please share and let citizens know we care!”

The CDC run VAERS website, which tracks deaths and adverse reactions following Covid shots, currently lists 32 deaths and 1,940 adverse reactions from Alaskans following a Covid shot. Information from VAERS, however, is widely known to be vastly under representative of the overall deaths and adverse reactions in a particular region. A Harvard study on VAERS said it only capture about 1% of total cases.

The goal of the listening session is to provide Alaskans with an opportunity to publicly share first hand knowledge with lawmakers.

The listening session runs 4-7 p.m. at Anchorage Baptist Temple, and the event will be livestreamed for those wishing to participate online. Recommended testimony is three minutes per person.

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Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.