Arizona Republicans Pass ‘Ban the Jab’ Resolution

The Arizona Republican Party passed the “Ban the Jab” resolution.

Dan Schultz of Precinct Strategy, a grassroots Republican resource organization, submitted the resolution.

The resolution calls COVID-19 vaccines “biological and technological weapons” and urges the Arizona attorney general “to immediately seize all COVID injections” and “perform a forensic analysis on these so-called ‘vaccines.’”

It highlights the numerous concerns from mRNA vaccines, such as Pfizer’s clinical data showing that there were “1,223 deaths, 42,000 adverse cases, 150,000 adverse incidents, and approximately 1,000 side effects.”

There is also “strong and credible evidence” from Sweden that suggests mRNA inoculations “alter human DNA,” the resolution notes.

Ten Republican county parties in Florida have also passed “Ban the Jab” resolutions: Lee, Collier, Lake, Santa Rosa, Seminole, Saint Johns, Hillsborough, Brevard, Franklin, and the Indian River County Republican Party, Dr. Joseph Sansone announced.

The Clackamas County Republican Party in Oregon similarly passed a “Ban the Jab” resolution in 2023.

Last June, the Idaho Republican Party adopted the resolution.