June Meetings!

Join us for these small group meetings across the state in June!
DECATUR

WHEN: Saturday, June 5th @ 2:00PM
WHERE: Call 706-590-0918 for meeting location and to RSVP
TOPIC/SPEAKER: “The Great Reset”  Speaker: Rebekah Blocher
HOSTS: Nickie and Priscilla Greer EMAIL: [email protected]

MONTGOMERY
WHEN: Monday, June 5th 10:00AM
WHERE: Call for location 334-452-0453
TOPIC/SPEAKER: “COVID” Presented by Becky Gerritson and Devotional message by Ann Allen Salter
HOSTS: Leigh Wiatt, Jennifer Epperson
DOTHAN

WHEN: Tuesday, June 8th @ 1:00PM
WHERE: Call Barbara 334-718-2084 for meeting location and to RSVP
TOPIC/SPEAKER: The “1619 Project” presented by Barbara Moore and former state school board member Betty Peters
HOST: Sharman Ramsey and Barbara Moore

ENTERPRISE

WHEN: Friday, June 11th @ 7:00PM
WHERE: Wiregrass Outdoors, 818 N Ouida St, Enterprise
TOPIC/SPEAKER: “Teen Eagle Info Meeting” Presented by Lori Herring.  You will learn about joining Eagle Forum of Alabama’s Wiregrass Student Eagle Chapter. Open to students from 13 to college age. You will hear about our programs, goals and about the amazing opportunity for upcoming leadership training. You will also hear about the Student Eagle Leadership Conference which is from July 30th – August 1st in Nashville.

HOST:  SA Liberty/Clint Grantham

BIRMINGHAM/HOOVER

WHEN: Monday, June 14th @ 10:00-11:30PM
WHERE: Hoover City Hall Community Room, 100 Municipal Dr, Hoover
TOPIC/SPEAKER: “Critical Race Theory Overview” Speaker: Becky Gerritson
HOST: Stephanie Smith

KIMBERLY 

WHEN: Tuesday, June 15th @ 6:00PM
WHERE: Call 205-238-9058 for meeting location and to RSVP
TOPIC/SPEAKER: “Critical Race Theory Overview” Speaker: Becky Gerritson
HOST: [email protected]

CULLMAN

WHEN: Thursday, June 24th, 6pm
WHERE: ServPro office-8450 Al Hwy 157, Cullman AL
TOPIC: “The Great Reset” Speaker-Rebekah Blocher
HOSTS: Greg and Angelia Hendon-Chapter Hosts [email protected], [email protected]

WETUMPKA

WHEN: Monday. June 28th 6:30Pm-8:00PM
WHERE: Bethel Worship Center, 11117 Highway 231, Wetumpka
TOPIC: “The Great Reset” (Speaker-Rebekah Blocher)
HOST: Becky Gerritson [email protected]

MUSCLE SHOALS

WHEN: Tuesday, July 13th 6:00-8:00PM
WHERE: TBA
TOPIC/SPEAKER: TBA
HOST: Kimberly Butler 256-710-5203 email: [email protected]

 

Physicians For Alabamians State: “Alabama Has Reached Herd Immunity!”

“Alabama Has Reached Herd Immunity” 

Say Physicians For Alabamians

It is with great relief and excitement that Physicians for Alabamians has concluded that Alabama has reached herd immunity, based on evidence compiled by epidemiologist Dr. Suzanne Judd of UAB.
 
Herd immunity is reached when a percentage of people have immunity to an infectious disease, thus reducing the wide-spread reach of the illness in the community.
 
With an estimated 48 percent of Alabamians having contracted Covid-19, another 1.2 million Alabamians who are fully vaccinated, and another 400,000 Alabamians with partial immunity, the numbers show herd immunity.
 
This assessment isn’t based on these facts alone.  The practical evidence is self-evident.  We have averaged fewer than 10 deaths a day over the past two to three months, we have had fewer than 50 hospitalizations a day over the past few weeks, and we have proven treatments going forward if others contract the virus.
 
Based on several assessments last fall, we needed 50-72 percent herd immunity before protection could be expected.  Given the practical as well as the scientific evidence that Dr. Judd’s team has diligently determined, Alabama should announce the state of herd immunity. This is great news, and Alabamians should reassert their rights and freedoms.

Physicians for Alabamians strongly believes that one such freedom is the individual choice of whether or not to take one of the available vaccines.  Especially given herd immunity, the Alabama legislature should stand firm against any mandate of a Covid-19 vaccine and any required proof thereof. Alabama citizens should be given the peace of mind that such a medically unethical mandate will not be allowed in this state.

With known herd immunity, Alabama can proceed appropriately with vaccination. Those who have had COVID-19 may not feel a need to be vaccinated, since individuals who had SARS COV-1 in 2002-2004 still have immunity 18 years later.[1] Studies from the United Kingdom have shown 2.5 times higher adverse reactions to the COVID vaccines in individuals who have had the COVID infection.[2] A recent New England Journal study suggests that pregnant women who receive the vaccine have a 3 times greater risk of miscarriage.[3] Children less than age 17 have a 400 to 800% increase chance of dying from the vaccine than from COVID 19.[4][5][6] Having reached herd immunity, all individuals should weigh the risks and benefits of vaccination. Any vaccine emphasis would most appropriately be directed toward the most vulnerable.

It is also time to look at our state’s structure on health and health emergencies which have given an overwhelming authority to a few individuals in the bureaucracy and medical industry, both of which are unaccountable —and at times therefore, unresponsive to the voters and medical professionals in disagreement with them. This restructure of authority over health and health emergencies in Alabama would best be accomplished without a session clock ticking, and without lobbying dollars negatively influencing what is best for the individuals of our state.
 
Physicians for Alabamians is sorting through the COVID prevention and treatment disinformation to try to help physicians and citizens to become aware of effective options. For more information, contact Dr. David Calderwood at [email protected].
 
For now, Alabama should celebrate herd immunity!!

 

 

 

[1] https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2550-z_reference.pdf

[2] https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n308

[3] https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2104983

[4] https://www.statista.com/statistics/457786/number-of-children-in-the-us-by-age/ and

[5] https://www.statista.com/statistics/1191568/reported-deaths-from-covid-by-age-us/  

[6] https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/vaers-vaccine-injuries-climb-pfizer-seeks-full-approval/

 

Protect Vulnerable Children in AL – Call House Speaker Now!

SB10 is a crucial bill that would stop medical abuse on gender-confused children in Alabama.  (Click here to watch a 2 minute explanation.) This bill is not only overwhelmingly supported by the public but it is supported by the majority of state legislators.  In fact, it passed the AL Senate 23-4 and has also passed with flying colors thorough two House committees. Speaker McCutcheon says, “The House is somewhat divided on the issue.”  However, we did a vote count and that is not the case.  According to the sponsors, legislators are chomping at the bit to pass this bill. Today, Eagle Forum’s Executive Director delivered a letter with the names of more that 40 Alabama doctors and mental health professionals who urge the Speaker to bring this SB10 to a vote immediately. 

The bill has one more hurdle to get through before debate on the House floor and that is, it must be placed on the House Special Order Calendar by the Chairman of the Rules Committee.  

We need you to act now to protect these vulnerable children as the session is winding down and we are running out of legislative days to get this passed. Please do the following 3 things:  

  1. Please call Rules Committee Chairman, Mike Jones 334-261-0573 and leave a message asking him to put SB10 it on the special order calendar this week!  (Keep calling until you can leave a message with a live person.)
  2. Please call the Speaker of the House 334-261-0505 and leave a message for him to bring SB10 (VCAP) to the floor for a vote.  Leave your name and number too. (Keep calling until you can leave a message with a live person.)
  3. Please call your Representative (Find him/her here.) Ask him/her to urge the Speaker of the House to bring SB10 to the House floor for a vote. 

We must stop the child abuse and help, not harm, hurting children.  They are being prescribed damaging, life altering drugs as young as age 8 – instead of being affirmed as the uniquely created individuals they are and led out of their delusions.   Don’t let them down.  Forward this appeal to your friends.

Click To Watch  Doctors Explain Why Interventions Are Child Abuse!

AL 8 Year Olds Taking Puberty Blockers to Change Their Sex!

Click to watch this fascinating discussion.

The transgender movement is gaining momentum and is being pushed at the highest levels of our country. We had an eye-opening discussion with plastic surgeon, Dr Patrick Lappert about the medical harms being done to gender confused children in Alabama and why they must be stopped. This discussion addresses the following “Did You Know” facts (and more). Please watch and share this with families you know who are dealing with this crisis. Then contact your AL representative and ask him/her to vote “YES” on SB10. Use our button below.

DID YOU KNOW :

  • Children in Alabama, as young as 8, are taking puberty blockers to change their sex
  • There is NO medical test that can prove gender dysphoria
  • Medical interventions are given based on the child’s diagnosis
  • Puberty blockers are not a “pause button”
  • There is NO safety data for using puberty blockers on healthy children, they are NOT FDA approved to use for “changing gender”
  • These medical interventions can subject children to being a “patient for life”
  • Suicide rates are higher for gender confused children
  • In just the last few years there has been a 4,000% increase in self-identified gender confused children
  • A 2019 study showed that when a teen announces a transgender identity to their peer group, the number of friends who also became transgender was 3.5 per group
  • Autistic children are 7 times more likely to be gender confused
  • Up to 98% of children who struggle with gender dysphoria will come to accept their sex as young adults IF they are allowed to go through natural puberty

Missed Our “We The People” Presentation? Watch Now!

“We The People” Presentation

Part 1

On Monday, Jan. 25th EF hosted an in-person meeting.  We watched this 23 minute simple and straight forward overview of how our government was created and why it has brought more individual freedom and opportunity with a higher standard of living for more people than any other nation on earth.  If you weren’t able to be with us, please view these videos and share with your friends and family.

PART 2

After watching the “We The People” video Col John Eidsmoe answered questions from the audience about our Constitution and about issues facing America right now.  

AL.com Wrongly Accuses EF of A Crime

AL.com published an article on Jan 21 which was full of inaccuracies as well as alleging that EF committed a crime by not reporting lobbying activities.  We have posted the article below with red comments inserted to show their inaccuracies.  Read the letter our President and General Counsel sent to the author. 

Politically powerful Eagle Forum of Alabama Shares DC Riot Conspiracy Theories

By Howard Koplowitz | [email protected] Posted Jan 21, 2021

Filmmaker, author and podcast host Curtis Bowers last week detailed his first-hand account of the chaos at the U.S. Capitol building.

According to Bowers, a conspiracy theorist (Curtis is a remarkable student of history and an avid researcher and producer of an award winning documentary.)  and former Idaho state representative, the violence at the Capitol shared a common motivation with COVID-19: both are “globalist” plots to destroy America and install communism, he said.  (Please show where he said this.  The only place where COVID was even mentioned was at 35:11-35:34 discussing Biden wants a hundred-day mask mandate.  One other time lockdowns were mentioned was at 43:43-44:03.)

Bowers was not just spouting conspiracy theories on his podcast or a fringe right-wing blog. He was the guest on a livestream broadcast by the Eagle Forum of Alabama, a conservative group that wields influence in state politics. As of this morning, the video had more than 900 views on YouTube.

“Our country, the communists, have taken over. The Democratic Party [is] now getting control of their country … they’re going to create tyranny over us,” Bowers said in a video shot during the riots shown on the Eagle Forum’s livestream.

“And people are saying, ‘no,’ because they see what’s happening. They know their children are going to be slaves, and they’re not going to put up with that. People are at the point where ‘yep, I’m willing to do whatever it takes to stay free in this country.’”

For most of its history, the Eagle Forum of Alabama, which formed in 1976 and is affiliated with the longtime conservative national organization Eagle Forum, did not engage in fringe conspiracy theories. (What fringe conspiracy theories?) But that all changed in 2019, when Becky Gerritson, founder of the Wetumpka TEA Party and former congressional candidate, was named the group’s executive director.

“I never saw Ms. Eunie engage in anything that I would consider a conspiracy theory,” said Angi Stalnaker, a Republican strategist in Montgomery, referring to Eunie Smith, the founder and president of the Eagle Forum of Alabama.

The national Eagle Forum group was founded by conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly in the 1970s and focused much of its efforts on stopping the Equal Rights Amendment, a campaign depicted in the 2020 TV miniseries, “Mrs. America.” Around the time of Schlafly’s death in 2016, the Eagle Forum fractured, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.

A new organization that formed, Phyllis Schlafly Eagles, promoted the D.C. protests that preceded the breach of the Capitol, “likening the rally to D-Day,” Time magazine reported(Phyllis Schlafly Eagles is not in any way affiliated with Eagle Forum so this comment is irrelevant.)

Gerritson, who gained national attention for her 2013 testimony to the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee about the IRS targeting conservative groups for extra scrutiny in receiving tax-exempt status, interviewed Bowers on the livestream and continually nodded as he flouted conspiracy theories, including that Antifa and Black Lives Matters were responsible for the violence (This not a “conspiracy theory”.  It is a fact. Multiple arrest reports, news stories and live videos show ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter WERE involved in the breach of the Capitol.) and that Trump supporters did not participate. (Listen to the video, Bowers never said Trump supporters did not participate.  As a matter of fact at the 19:50 mark he says that there were Trump supporters who participated and again it is discussed from 22:43-25:13) She did push back, however, when Bowers suggested that the death of Brian Sicknick, the U.S. Capitol Police officer who died of injuries sustained in the attack, did not stem from violence.

A flier advertising Tuesday night’s event said Bowers would provide information “to help you understand how this event is being used as part of the [Marxist] takeover of America.”

Gerritson has been a constant presence in Montgomery since becoming executive director, advocating for and against bills and testifying at committee meetings. But while she is a registered lobbyist, her disclosure forms for all eight quarters over the last two years declare that she “performed no lobbying activities.”  (This is an outright lie and must be retracted immediately.  Eagle Forum has always filled all lobbying reports on time and according to all of the rules of the Ethics Committee.  We have provided copies to this reporter.  Howard needs to learn how to read these reports accurately.) 

Efforts to obtain comments from Gerritson were unsuccessful.  (First of all, Howard talked to Rep. Mike Holmes and Angie Stalnaker before he ever reached out to Becky.  But the statement “Efforts to obtain comments from Gerritson were unsuccessful.”  is not true.  On Jan 19 at 9:09PM Becky got a text from Howard agreeing to talk after 2:00 on Jan 20th but he never called.)

“Under the guidance of the new exec director, the Eagle Forum has certainly taken a more aggressive approach in the state house. The effectiveness of that approach has had very mixed results,” said Stalnaker. While she said she couldn’t point to legislation that either died or passed because of the Eagle Forum’s influence, she said the group is “effective.”

State Rep. Mike Holmes, R-Wetumpka, who said he helped form the Wetumpka TEA Party with Gerritson, said the Eagle Forum of Alabama’s “main attraction is their conservative, basic foundation of their reason for existing.”

“I think they have considerable influence in the legislature and the governor’s office,” Holmes said. “I do think they’re well connected.”

When told of Bowers’ remarks on the livestream, Holmes said he did not know about them and neither condemned nor approved them.