The Republican Party in Lee County, Florida, is working to make it illegal to administer the Covid-19 vaccination in their state. That’s right, your ears aren’t fooling you. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) will be presented with a “Ban the jab” resolution after it was approved by the Party with a majority vote. Why does the Party seek a blanket prohibition, anyway?
According to a WINK News article by Michael Hudak and Taylor Wirtz, the resolution’s author, Joe Sansone, was quoted as saying,
“The Lee County Republican Party is going to be on the vanguard of this campaign to stop the genocide because we have foreign non-governmental entities that are unleashing biological weapons on the American people.”
Put an end to the genocide! The release of biological weapons by non-governmental organizations from other countries? Holy lizard-people-from-outer-space-who-occupy-a-flat-Earth-and-use-a-5G-transmitter. And just when you thought The goal of the Covid-19 vaccine was to reduce the number of hospitalizations and fatalities caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). How foolish of a bunny.
Concealment techniques are only appropriate for young audiences. Another remark from Sansone that appeared to endorse conspiracy theory accusations was featured in the WINK article:
“If you had this shot, you go home and hug your pregnant wife—she can have a miscarriage by skin contact.” And now you have to be concerned about hugging people who have had the Covid-19 vaccine?
In a scientific sense, how does something work? Does Sansone cite any scholarly articles that had been examined by experts before publication to back up his claim? Probably not, because you won’t find any research that passed scientific scrutiny to back up that claim.
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Well, so let me get things straight. Rejecting mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations is only part of the reason for the Lee County Republican Party resolution. It’s not only a matter of individuals declining vaccinations. As a matter of fact, Republicans in Lee County would rather that the state government forbid the use of Covid-19 vaccinations on anyone except themselves.
Presumably, they want the State Government to limit people’s ability to choose whether or not to acquire a vaccine that has been recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (CDC). This is ridiculous overkill. This, of course, doesn’t prove that every Republican in Lee County supports this position or this resolution.
Everyone on the committee couldn’t possibly think that Covid-19 vaccines are a form of biological warfare being used to kill out large numbers of people, could they? That’s right, right? Although this didn’t prove that everyone in the Party agreed with Sansone, it did indicate that the majority did. Not many people put their foot down and said, “Hold on a second. Is this what we really want to stand for right now?”
In the following news report on WINK, a CBS-affiliate in Southwestern Florida, Tara Jenner, vice chair of the Lee County Republican Party, said, “The Executive Board executes what the people determine,” A lot can be inferred from this resolution about the Lee County Republican Party, but it won’t mean much unless DeSantis follows through on its recommendations.
Comparable to the YouTube suggestions that make you exclaim “Oh, how did they know that I like to see stuff being put in liquid nitrogen” or “no, I do not want to see another video of a person smearing butter all over.” such a resolution can be both surprising and unsettling. No action is required of DeSantis in regards to this resolution.
DeSantis can take action if he so chooses, or he can choose to ignore it, much like someone might ignore being called a meatball. This is the latest episode in the ongoing drama of Florida politicians politicising “let’s politicize Covid-19 precautions”. I wrote an article for Forbes in October 2022 about how Florida’s Surgeon General, Joseph Ladapo, MD, PhD, who also heads the state’s Department of Health, recommended “against males aged 18 to 39 from receiving mRNA Covid-19 vaccines,” effectively contradicting the CDC and other international scientific organizations.
When he recommended against the Covid-19 vaccinations for children, Ladupo once again went against the advice of the CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and actual experts throughout the world. Meanwhile, DeSantis, who appointed him, has criticised teens for wearing face masks, called for a Grand Jury to investigate Covid-19 mRNA vaccines, and claimed that people who have received the Covid-19 bivalent boosters are “more likely to get infected,” all without any actual scientific evidence to support these claims.
Politicians and political parties can help by, you know, stopping the politicization of the Covid-19 pandemic and Covid-19 precautions like the Covid-19 jabs. Yet, members of political parties and elected officials have kept up the practice. When they remain silent and allow this kind of politicization to continue, their coworkers are, in fact, lending support to it.