07/19/2023 / By Ethan Huff
The Brevard County Republican Executive Committee (BREC) in Florida has voted on a controversial proposal to declare Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” a “bioweapon.”
What the group’s leaders want to happen is for Gov. Ron DeSantis and other state officials to use the proposal as a vehicle to ban covid shots in Florida – not that it would do much good at this point, seeing as how everyone who either wanted to get jabbed or was forced to for employment or schooling already has.
Almost nobody is getting jabbed for covid anymore, but the BREC is still hoping to send a message with the proposal. Brevard County is the 10th largest county by population in Florida, and is home to the Kennedy Space Center, a popular tourist destination in Cocoa Beach.
A copy of the letter, which was sent to hundreds of registered Republicans in Brevard County for their consideration, asks for a “yes” or “no” vote on the proposal, which will then be mailed to all state lawmakers representing the region, including Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, as well as Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody.
(Related: One study found that people who took the mRNA injections from Moderna are developing myocarditis at a much higher rate than people who took other covid injections.)
In the letter, it is mentioned that a Florida grand jury is currently investigating Fauci Flu shots to determine if any crimes were committed during the rollout of the shots under Operation Warp Speed. DeSantis asked the Florida Supreme Court last December to put a grand jury together for this purpose.
After granting the request, the Florida Supreme Court passed the buck onto the grand jury to meet and investigate as requested by DeSantis. The proceedings of this investigation are highly secretive on purpose.
“Florida law prohibits fraudulent practices, including the dissemination of false or misleading advertisements of a drug and the use of any representation or suggestion in any advertisement relating to a drug that an application of a drug is effective when it is not,” DeSantis wrote in his request.
The BREC letter further explains why its leaders believe the jabs are ineffective, adding that a study found their true purpose to be a bioweapon rather than a medicine.
“Whereas We the People of the State of Florida were told that COVID-19 presented a grave danger to ourselves, our families, and our communities,” the letter reads.
“We were then subsequently told to and in many cases mandated to take the experimental COVID-19 injections for the following reasons: That it would prevent transmission and thus stop the spread of COVID-19. That doing so would protect our families, ourselves, and the public. Doing so would allow us to keep our jobs and/or benefits to be able to support our families. By doing so we were doing our patriotic duty for our country, state, and communities. We didn’t have a choice because of President Biden’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates.”
The letter goes on to present strong and credible evidence that covid jabs are “biological and technological weapons” that induce serious adverse events, including early death. An “enormous number of humans have died and / or have been permanently disabled,” the letter further reads.
“On behalf of the preservation of the human race, the Brevard County Republican Party calls upon Governor DeSantis and the state legislature to prohibit the sale and distribution of COVID-19 injections and all related injections in the state of Florida, and for the state Attorney General to immediately seize all COVID-19 injections and mRNA injections in the state of Florida and have a forensic analysis conducted to determine if the ingredients pose a danger to recipients,” the letter concludes.
The latest news about the fallout from Operation Warp Speed can be found at Genocide.news.
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