Well, well, well. Look’s like one doctor in Utah was caught DOING THE RIGHT THING.
Dr. Michael J. Kirk Moore, a plastic surgeon from Utah, is being charged with helping more than 1,900 patients get around vaccine mandates by ordering the jabs, disposing of the actual product, and issuing vaccine cards to people who didn’t actually get the jab.
Dr. Moore wasn’t alone in this scheme. Nurses Kari Dee Burgoyne, Sandra Flores, Kristin Jackson Anderson, and others are also being charged with “destroying government property” after dumping nearly 2,000 doses of the vaccine valued at $28,038.50.
Dr. Moore would load the vaccine into a syringe, pour it down the drain, and issue the patient a vaccine card for $50. In some cases, parents had Dr. Moore inject their children with saline so the kids would think they were vaccinated.
The service was done through referral only. Patients were told to text the full name of the person that referred them. Once it was confirmed, they would instruct patients to send $50 through Venmo or PayPal, using an orange emoji as the note to demonstrate what it was for. (Unclear it that orange is a nod to President Trump or just an ode to Vitamin C?)
But as we all know, you can’t pull one over on the FBI…unless you’re actually doing something horrifically bad and then you’re totally fine.)
Two separate agents went through the process with Dr. Moore to prove this heroic “fraud”, although they have not revealed how they were initially tipped off.
The suspects are facing conspiracy to defraud the United States; conspiracy to convert, sell, convey, and dispose of government property; and conversion, sale, conveyance, and disposal of government property and aiding and abetting.
They each face up to 5 years in jail.
Where can I donate to their legal defense funds?