Once again, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is a standout leader after he openly called for covid vaccine mandates to be removed and supports the notion that those who have suffered injuries due to the vaccines, should be able to sue for damages.
On August 19 during a Unite and Win Rally in Pittsburgh, DeSantis called for mandates to be permanently nixed while he was there to support gubernatorial candidate and State Sen. Doug Mastriano.
“Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is now admitting, ‘no reason to treat [vaccinated] or [unvaccinated] any differently.’ Well, guess what that means? Every single mandate that the federal government [and] any of the states [are] doing must be removed. It’s wrong,” said DeSantis.
“And if anybody was forced into doing this and ended up with an adverse reaction, they should be able to sue over that,” he added.
If DeSantis’s proposal is accepted, he hinted that both the federal government and vaccine manufacturers will be liable for damages.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently changed its policies around social distancing and quarantine for people who have been exposed to covid-19.
In the Aug. 19 edition of its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), the agency stated:
“CDC’s COVID-19 prevention recommendations no longer differentiate based on a person’s vaccination status. [This is] because breakthrough infections occur, though they are generally mild, and persons who have had COVID-19 but are not vaccinated have some degree of protection against severe illness from their previous infection.”
According to a January edition of the MMWR, the agency stated that natural immunity was far superior in preventing serious illness and hospitalization than the covid vaccines – something that has been known since the beginning of the pandemic, even before vaccines were rolled out.
DeSantis stated that the federal government and Big Pharma lied about the efficiency of the shots and continued to peddle the shots as safe – something DeSantis said was nothing but deception to encourage people to take them – the more the better.
“The White House is lying about it, surprise,” DeSantis said on June 17. “Not surprised the White House would lie, [and] definitely not surprised that legacy media would amplify the lie – because that’s what they do. The state of Florida … came out with an article saying that [we have] not ordered, [the] Florida Department of Health has not ordered mRNA jabs for the babies. Yes, we didn’t. We recommend against it.”
This was in response to the White House stating that the Governor had permitted health care providers to administer mRNA doses to children from six months old to five years – this was an outright lie.
“Even though Gov. DeSantis reversed course and is now ordering vaccines, we will pull every lever to get pediatricians across Florida vaccines as quickly as possible. This is an encouraging first step, and we urge the state to order vaccines for its state and local health departments so that all Florida parents have the opportunity to get their children vaccinated.” Said White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
Three days later, DeSantis doubled down on his stance about Florida not mandating mRNA vaccines.
“That was always that; we still have not ordered it, we are not going to order it. If someone wants to make a different decision, I would just caution people to look at the actual data in the clinical trial,” DeSantis said.
“We are not going to have any programs where we’re trying to jab six-month-old babies with mRNA. That’s just the reality. I think what they thought would happen was that we’d be embarrassed about it.”