New Zealand Loyal Party leader Liz Gunn releases video with emergency message.
Speaking from a car at 5pm this afternoon Gunn said she had received a call from Ministry of Health whistleblower ‘Winston Smith’ that his house had been surrounded by police since 2.15pm.
A third person, a female, who Gunn said had ‘backed up’ the information release and had contacted her with Smith, had also had her house surrounded by police.
The police action follows Smith’s video interview with Gunn published recently in which he released previously unseen data obtained from the Ministry in the course of his work which he claimed showed a link between the mRNA gene therapy roll out and New Zealand’s rising excess death rates.
In today’s video Gunn called on the new government to show they were different ‘from the tyrannical Ardern government.’
In a plea direct to Winston Peters, Gunn implored the NZ First leader to ‘help these people’ and ‘make sure Luxon calls off the police.’
‘Make sure this whistleblower is honoured as a New Zealand hero, for telling the people the truth. The eyes of the world are upon New Zealand, Winston Peters.’
Gunn also pleaded with supporters to contact Peters and ‘demand that he stands up as well.’
BREAKING: Emergency video from Liz Gunn about the situation in New Zealand. They are arresting the person who wants data transparency. They should be arresting the corrupt members of the New Zealand Ministry of Health who are refusing to look at the data and prove it is safe. pic.twitter.com/w1S5AuXKwL
— Steve Kirsch (@stkirsch) December 3, 2023
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article has been edited since it was first published following release of the Employment Relations Authority decision in ISV v ZCM & Others  NZERA 718.