New Idaho Bill To Charge Those Who Administer mRNA Vaccines With Misdemeanor, Instead Of Murder
Sorry, but this is nothing more than tossing a bone to the crowd of Americans that require justice, not a smack in their faces and a slap on the wrist of the murderers. I confess, at least they are recognizing it’s criminal, but this is nothing more than charging a serial killer with jaywalking. There’s no teeth in the bill that could criminalize as a misdemeanor those who administer mRNA shots, fraudulently referred to as “vaccines.”
The Gateway Pundit reports:
A new bill has been introduced in Idaho that would make the administration of experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines illegal.
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Representative Judy Boyle (R-Midvale) and Senator Tammy Nichols (R-Middleton) sponsored House Bill 154.
Sen. Nichols introduced the new bill on the 15th of February before the House Health and Welfare Committee, according to KTVB.
According to the bill text, “A person may not provide or administer a vaccine developed using messenger ribonucleic acid technology for use in an individual or any other mammal in this state.”
A person who violates the bill will be guilty of a misdemeanor.
The new legislation, if passed, would go into effect on July 1, 2023.
Nichols said during her presentation to the committee, “We have issues this was fast tracked.”
Nichols said there is no liability, informed consent or data on mRNA vaccines. She later clarified she was referring to the two COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna.
“I think there is a lot of information that comes out with concerns to blood clots and heart issues,” Nichols said.
Rep. Ilana Rubel, D-Boise, questioned Nichols’ statement that the vaccines were fast-tracked. She said her understanding was that the vaccines were approved and survived the testing, later approved by the FDA.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media