Liza Greve of the Oklahomans for Health & Parental Rights, just released her best SuperBowl advertisement in the effort to gather families together for defending parental authority to direct health decisions.
The ad draws a connection to the past struggles and victories, and connects them to the upcoming deep-state effort to harass and slow-walk parents who wish to retain authority in making important health decision for their own children.
Liza told SoonerPolitics that the Health Dept. used to provide an online comment portal for citizens to give feedback, either in favor or opposition to a proposed agency rule.
But she says that last time the Health Dept opened the portal, Her allies overwhelmed the comments in a way the Dept. was not expecting. She says the portal was taken down and the online service was never restored.
The Health Dept claims that public comment starts tomorrow, but they do not instruct the public on how to communicate that comment. It is suspected that institutions supporting the new rule have been fully informed.
She says that her massive organization will only be given one opportunity for one person to give a 2 minute statement at the final board meeting.
Hopefully some legislators will get answers on how to be certain that all public comments get publicly posted ahead of the March 5th Board of Health Meeting.