A resolution passed back in July by the Brevard County Republican Executive Committee (BREC) in Florida is gaining traction across the Sunshine State as conservatives move forward with plans to ban all sales and administration of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccines” in the state.
As we previously reported, GOP leaders in Florida declared COVID injections to be a “biological and technological weapon” rather than a medicine. As such, they want Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to ban COVID jabs from being sold or administered anywhere in the state of Florida.
At first it was just Brevard County that took this position. Now there are at least nine other counties across Florida that have adopted the same resolution, as well as numerous state lawmakers and Florida’s Congressional delegation.
The 83-page resolution also calls on state Attorney General Ashley Moody to immediately seize all remaining COVID jab supplies and discard them. Then, Moody would need to conduct a forensic analysis of the shots to see what they really are and what they contain.
Psychotherapist Joseph Sansone is behind the “Ban the Jab” initiative, having written it up for the state’s Republicans to use. Local-level GOP officials in the following Florida counties have joined on to the resolution:
• Santa Rosa
• St. Johns
“On behalf of the preservation of the human race, the Lee County Republican Party calls upon Gov. DeSantis and the state legislature to prohibit the sale and distribution of Covid injections and all mRNA injections in the state of Florida, and for the state Attorney General to immediately seize all Covid injections and mRNA injections in the state of Florida and have a forensic analysis conducted,” the committee in Franklin County said in voting to adopt the resolution on August 19.
The resolution is not just a declaration and request. It also contains more than 140 exhibits of evidence pointing to the independent findings of biomedical professionals and others who have expressed concerns about COVID jabs. It also contains a statement from Francis A. Boyle, a lawyer and professor who is credited with writing the Biological Weapons and Anti-Terrorist Act of 1989.
It is the Biological Weapons and Anti-Terrorist Act of 1989 that defines what a bioweapon is. And according to Boyle and the others, COVID jabs absolutely qualify as such, with Boyle himself specifically calling them “COVID frankenshots.”
According to Boyle, COVID jabs are “existentially dangerous to the lives, health, and well-being of the people of Florida.”
In addition to having the support of Boyle and a host of GOP leaders throughout Florida, the resolution also has as backing some 17,000 doctors and medical scientists who back in May of 2022 gathered together for the Global COVID Summit.
The purpose of that summit was to “recognize that the disastrous COVID-19 public health policies imposed on doctors and our patients are the culmination of a corrupt medical alliance of pharmaceutical, insurance, and healthcare institutions, along with the financial trusts which control them.”
Also cited in the resolution is data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a government database run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Immediately following the launch of Operation Warp Speed by the Trump administration, the number of VAERS reports increased by 1,700 percent.
In Florida, which has its own VAERS system as well, “life-threatening conditions” increased by 4,400 percent after COVID jabs were officially launched. In 2021 alone, there were 41,000 VAERS reports filed in the state of Florida.
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