Andy Barnhart has been licensed to practice law in Minnesota since 2011, and he has handled criminal and civil jury trials as well as court trials in the areas of child protection, family law, civil commitment and a variety of other civil actions. Andy has litigated contract disputes, personal injury claims and various other types of claims. For the past four years Andy has only practiced law part time, choosing to focus on his full-time work as a paramedic, and during this period he has seen firsthand the devastation caused by the Covid-19 protocols.
Andy would prefer to “. . . live quietly, and to mind [his] own affairs” – I Thessalonians 4:11; but the way the Covid-19 pandemic was used to push lies, fear and control compels him to focus his legal efforts in bringing to justice those people and institutions responsible for the death and disability they have caused. Andy feels underqualified and ill-equipped for this monumental task of bringing large and powerful institutions to justice, but he is convinced that “God does not call the qualified, he qualifies the called.” – Mark Batterson, The Circle Maker: Praying Circles Around Your Biggest Dreams and Greatest Fears
Andy would like to have a larger legal team than just himself, but for the time being, if Medical Justice MN can raise enough charitable contributions to fund his legal expenses and fees and the costs of litigation such as expert witnesses, etc., Andy has what it takes to start holding the wrongdoers in Minnesota accountable: a willingness and a license to sue in Minnesota. Unless and until someone more qualified and equipped steps forward, ideally an attorney general armed with the full power and resources of the state, or, next best, a large law firm with influence and deep enough pockets to afford the high costs of this endeavor, Andy will stand in the gap for the those who have been injured and killed in Minnesota by Covid-19 protocols.