Today, McKay is pushing "Project Tomahawk," a movement backing companies that support freedom. He encourages individuals to switch to affordable American-made consumer goods that are not produced or manufactured by megacorporations with hidden agendas.
In a recent stop of the "ReAwaken America Tour" at Myrtle Beach, McKay and Brighteon.TV host Bryan Ardis talked about the chokehold that megacorporations have on people's lives.
The "criminal cabal-powered poison distribution centers," as they called them, include companies such as Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble, which have been selling poisons that people unwittingly use for their babies. Moreover, companies like Gilead Science, which made remdesivir, continue to operate while putting people in danger.
These companies are killer machines. McKay said the best way to stop their chokehold on people is by boycotting them in favor of smaller American companies.
"If you want to bring down the people that are trying to kill us, shut off their money by not buying their poison," McKay said. "You're putting it on your baby's, on your skin, in your laundry room – and it's all carcinogenic." (Related: Banners4Freedom exposes Big Pharma lies, the truth about COVID vaccines – Brighteon.TV.)
Through Operation Tomahawk, McKay wants people to shut off the cash flow of these companies. A direct energy company that had been in business for 37 years felt the cut when people started shutting off their cash flow.
This movement is unprecedented. Fewer people are doing business with these megacorporations, and these cuts are coming in waves. People are getting into the fight of helping shut off the cash flow of these cabal-powered companies, and it's just a matter of time before tens of millions of people shift in the same direction.
According to the Operation Tomahawk website, 63 percent of the price people pay for goods adds no value to the end consumer. Billions of dollars each year are spent on advertising with media companies, fund distribution and big box stores. Instead of giving this money to companies like Johnson & Johnson and Proctor & Gamble, people can instead spend them on better, safer ingredients from companies that support American freedom.
Moreover, McKay pointed out that people have been frequently lied to about needing drugs for the rest of their lives, but this is not the case. Big Pharma companies are targeting individuals by making them believe people need vaccines and drugs for the rest of their lives to curb diseases.
Previously, McKay spoke about governments mandating vaccines to the point of coercion, eventually taking away people's freedom in deciding to get inoculated on their own.
While the government did not literally hold people down to give them vaccine shots, there were too many restrictions for those unwilling to do so: Children couldn't go to school, employees could not go to work, and many others could not fly or use public transportation, go to public places like restaurants and sports games, or go out to shop without proof of vaccination.
"Unfortunately, there is a great deal of fear surrounding the information on COVID-19. Fear cancels rational thought. This fear is and will be used to promote mandatory vaccination. We cannot let this happen," he said.
One of the most targeted individuals, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, are the elderly and the diabetics. (Related: Lori Gregory: Big Pharma making money by targeting huge patient populations with often unneeded medical interventions.)
Operation Tomahawk encourages people to make a difference to affect change.
It is not asking people to do anything outside their ordinary routines. These items are the ones they have already purchased, with quality that is second to none, but with prices that are comparable or even better than the products from cabal-powered companies.
Watch the video below to know more about the Project Tomahawk.
This video is from the BrighteonTV channel on Brighteon.com.