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DeSantis Says State Will ‘Hold Vaccine Manufacturers Accountable’ For Alleged COVID Vax Side Effects

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During the attempt to vaccinate everyone during the COVID-19 epidemic, issues regarding negative effects were ignored. The government marketed the vaccinations as harmless and not only urged residents to get the injection, but in many cases forced the process; those who refused lost their jobs and were virtually blacklisted.

As the vaccine was not authorized by the FDA until August 2021, when the Pfizer injection was approved, the government was eager to disclaim all responsibility for the personal outcome of a person receiving the vaccination. It was announced that neither Pfizer nor Moderna were responsible for the negative effects of the injection.

Tiredness, Headache, Muscle pain, Chills, Fever, Nausea, Tenderness, redness, itching, and a lump or bruise at the injection site were listed as common side effects by the CDC and other organizations, along with the more serious difficulty breathing, swelling of the face and throat, a rapid heartbeat, a bad rash all over the body, dizziness, and weakness.

In the aftermath of the pandemic, confessions of the vaccine’s unreliability have been made, along with statistics on side effects and chronic diseases among people who received the shot. In England, 95 people reportedly “developed health problems or lost relatives” due to the negative effects of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccination. Similar legal situations in the United States are producing few reports.

According to Reuters, the U.S. CDC is facing a Freedom Of Information Act lawsuit demanding voluminous data regarding the safety and side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines, and the CDC missed the deadline in August to upload the data. Regarding the complaint, ICAN attorney Aaron Siri noted, “This is a large and concerning number of negative health impacts.”

Even the young have experienced cardiac problems associated with the vaccines. “Myocarditis, and inflammation of the heart muscle that can cause chest pain and shortness of breath, has disproportionately struck older boys and young men who received the shots.” stated Science Magazine. The magazine goes on to say that a number of deaths worldwide have been reported, and that “several new studies suggest the heart muscle can take months to heal, and some scientists worry about what this means for patients long term.”

During the epidemic, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was in the vanguard of allowing individuals to make their own medical care decisions, and he was adamantly opposed to any requirements regarding the virus and dubious vaccinations. Conservatives commended DeSantis for standing for constitutional liberty on the subject as he guided his state through the outbreak.

Now, DeSantis is speaking about the adverse effects, some of which are fatal, and the issue of responsibility in the hurried and, in many cases, mandated vaccinations.

American Greatness reported on Monday that DeSantis made the statements “at a Republican Party of Florida event on Saturday at the Florida Governors Mansion.”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over the weekend told an assembly that the state plans to hold vaccine manufacturers “accountable” for alleged severe side effects in the COVID-19 vaccine. The governor told the assembly that the state would move to “hold these [vaccine] manufacturers accountable for this mRNA [shot] because they said there were no side effects and we know that there have been a lot,” reported Just The News.

The media source published a video of DeSantis’s speech to the organization, including his statements regarding vaccine producers, on its website.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

“We did a study in Florida and we saw an 86 percent increase in cardiac related activity in people ages 18 to 39 from mRNA shots and so we’re going to be doing some stuff to bring accountability there,” the governor said. “This is something that we’re going to lead on in Florida,” DeSantis told the group, “so we’re going to have, probably, some announcements in the next three or for weeks on that.” CONTINUE READING…

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