A doctor who promotes natural health treatments and openly criticizes Covid vaccines has had his bank accounts suddenly canceled. Three years after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, details are still emerging to reveal how the public was misled about vaccines by governments, corporate media outlets, Big Tech companies, and health officials.
The American people were misled with what we now know is false information about Covid.
The false narratives being peddled by the establishment led to thousands of people being censored for their views, with the questions they raised and the information they posted online being shut down.
However, it appears that other forms of retaliation are still taking place.
Reports are emerging that people are being targeted with economic retaliation.
If the government cannot quell your free speech adequately enough, they will go after your livelihood and even affect the lives of your employees.
One Florida-based company is finding that out the hard way.
Dr. Joseph Mercola says he, his company, and his staff have had their bank accounts shut down and they are not getting any answers as to why.
Mercola Market is a retail health company based in Cape Coral, Florida.
Mercola Market sells items like specialty beverages, food, supplements, and other kinds of health-related products.
The osteopathic physician is the owner of Mercola Market.
Earlier in July, Mercola Market, the CEO, CFO, and even some of their family members all received letters from Chase Bank.
Mercola Market has several personal and business accounts with Chase.
According to Mercola, the letters informed them that “[the bank] decided to close” those accounts.
No reason was given for the closing of the accounts.
While Dr. Mercola himself has not said so publicly, several of his employees believe that Dr. Mercola’s past criticism of COVID-19 vaccines and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in general, could be behind the abrupt bank account terminations.
So far, the only response from the bank to any of Mercola’s employees was in the form of a voicemail to CEO Steven Rye.
The message said that the reason for the closing of his and his wife’s personal account could not be made public “for legal reasons.”
Rye said believes that the company is being targeted for its owner’s statements regarding COVID.
“I believe they canceled all of the accounts because of Dr. Mercola’s (our employer) opinions,” Rye said.
“He has carried a contradictory view throughout the COVID narrative and co-authored the best-selling book ‘The Truth About COVID-19’ which exposed the likelihood that this virus was engineered in a laboratory funded by the NIH.”
Of course, we now know that the leak from the NIH-funded Wuhan lab is the likely origin of the virus.
Chase Bank has even informed Rye that his children would not be allowed to be customers in the future.
Amalia Legaspi is the CFO of Mercola Market.
Chase bank has shut down our business bank accounts along with the accounts of my CEO and CFO, as well as their family members (including spouse and child). They’ve refused to provide any reason for doing so, the oldest account has been active for 18 years.…
— Dr. Joseph Mercola (@mercola) July 25, 2023
She said that the personal accounts of both her son and herself were canceled.
Dr. Mercola may be at odds with the FDA and, as a result, Chase Bank for publishing articles on the possible benefits of treatments for Covid like Vitamin D, Zinc.
He also promotes a drug called Quercetin that has anti-inflammatory effects, as well as the possible efficacy of drugs like hydroxychloroquine to combat Covid.
Dr. Mercola is certainly not the only person to possibly incur the wrath of the federal government due to his views on Covid.
A wide net was cast for anyone not regurgitating “approved” Covid information.
Stanford University Professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya was censored by the “old” Twitter without his knowledge because he argued that lockdowns would harm children.
Democrat presidential nominee Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was also censored by Facebook and Instagram for what was deemed “misinformation.”
Kennedy’s posts were taken down, his accounts shut down, and he was smeared by the media as a “conspiracy theorist.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently claimed that the “scientific establishment” asked him to take down posts with Covid information that was later found to be “debatable or true.”
In May, Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law legislation that prohibits financial institutions from denying or canceling service to anyone based on political or religious beliefs in Florida.