Is It Possible to Pass a Law Making It Illegal to Spread Medical Falsities That May Cost Lives?

'Peter Feaman, a lawyer and RNC committeeman from Florida called Covid-19 vaccines a "mark of the beast" -- a reference to a symbol from the biblical Book of Revelations showing allegiance to Satan -- and called Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer "diabolical" for encouraging vaccines.

"Diabolical Michigan Governor Whiter wants her citizens to get the Mark of the Beast to participate in society," Feaman wrote. "Now the Michigan Democrat has announced that she is going to prolong the state's suffering until residents submit to getting 'the jab' and if enough of them comply with her demands, then she and Joe Biden might permit them to celebrate Fourth of July..." He later added, "Hey Whitmer, we will not bow to your false god."

Feaman also wrote two books including one that claimed "Islamofascism" was the greatest threat to Judeo-Christian values and the United States.One of the books appears to feature a doctored blurb from The New York Times Book Review. At the top of the front cover of "Wake Up, America!", a blurb reads: "'Wake Up, America! presents a compelling argument Americans cannot take for granted--that the world of today will not necessarily exist tomorrow.--'as seen in The New York Times Book Review." A similar blurb exists on its Amazon book page. A spokesperson for the Times confirmed that the publication did not publish a review or cover the title in any way and said they were reviewing the unauthorized use of the Times' name on the book.