Gov. Ron DeSantis said Florida wants to hold vaccine makers liable over claims about the mRNA shots that DeSantis said isn’t true.
“I am going to be working with @FLSurgeonGen to hold these vaccine manufacturers accountable. They made claims about the mRNA vaccine that wasn’t true, and people were injured as a result.” – @GovRonDeSantis pic.twitter.com/7RnLkKPRsI
— Tho Bishop (@ThoBishop) December 3, 2022
DeSantis made the announcement during a Republican Party of Florida event on Saturday, according to American Greatness.
While the federal government has given vaccine manufacturers immunity over harm from the Covid-19 shots, it appears Florida is looking into persecuting the makers over false advertising claims or though other similar avenues.
“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,” DeSantis said, according to AG.
The study likely involved Florida’s Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo, whom DeSantis said he was keeping for his second term.
Dr. Ladapo, a frequent target in the media despite his Harvard education, has been skeptical about the efficacy of Covid-19 shots.
“His evidence-based principles serve as a counterweight to the increasingly political positions of the entrenched medical establishment, especially on schools, masks and mRNA shots,” DeSantis once said about Ladapo.
In fact, the recently-released deposition of Dr. Anthony Fauci reveals the medical establishment’s own flip-flopping when it came to mask mandates, for example, which indicates the media attacks against Ladapo are motivated by politics more than anything.