Lee County GOP Calls on DeSantis to Ban COVID Vaccines, Citing Nuremberg Code, Bioweapon Claims

The Executive Committee of the Lee County GOP in Florida has passed a resolution calling on Governor Ron DeSantis to ban the sale and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, which they claim are a bioweapons, National File reports.

The committee invokes the Nuremberg Code, a set of ethical research principles developed after World War II, in calling for the ban.

The resolution states that “strong and credible evidence exists that COVID-19 and COVID-19 injections are biological and technological weapons,” and that the vaccines have caused more deaths and injuries than all other vaccines combined.

The resolution cites Pfizer’s own clinical data, which they claim shows that the vaccines have caused “1,223 deaths, 42,000 adverse cases, 158,000 adverse incidents, and approximately 1,000 side effects.”

The committee also claims that the vaccines alter human DNA and contain “self-assembling microtechnology” that leads to blood clots.

The Lee County GOP accuses the government, media, and tech companies of committing fraud by claiming that the vaccines are safe and effective, and of violating the Nuremberg Code by mandating the vaccines without the “voluntary consent of the human subject.”

The resolution calls on Governor DeSantis to prohibit the sale and distribution of COVID vaccines and all mRNA vaccines in Florida, and for the state Attorney General to seize all COVID and mRNA vaccines in the state and conduct a forensic analysis.

While the resolution does not require Governor DeSantis to take action, it places the responsibility on his shoulders to consider the request.

The Lee County GOP claims that they are standing up for the preservation of the human race by calling for the ban.

The issue of vaccine mandates and vaccine safety has become increasingly controversial in the United States, with some groups questioning the safety and efficacy of the vaccines.

However, the vast majority of scientists and health experts agree that the vaccines are safe and effective, and that they are the best tool we have to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.