Members of the executive committee passed the “Ban the Jab” resolution, designed to ban the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in the state of Florida.
The resolution calls for Gov. Ron DeSantis to ban the sale and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. It does not, however, obligate him to take any action.
The resolution required a two-thirds majority vote to pass. Since it has, the resolution will be sent to DeSantis.
WINK News is hearing from the man who wrote the resolution asking Florida lawmakers to ban the COVID-19 vaccine in the state.
The full resolution is officially in writing. While short and to the point, the resolution invokes a great deal of medical misinformation, calling the vaccine a biological and technological weapon in the first sentence.
Dr. Joe Sansone, the man who wrote the resolution, is a licensed psychotherapist (with no formal expertise related to vaccines or epidemiology) and believes in absolutes.
“The Lee County Republican Party is going to be on the vanguard of this campaign to stop the genocide because we have foreign non-governmental entities that are unleashing biological weapons on the American people,” Sansone said. “If you got this shot, you go home and hug your pregnant wife—she can have a miscarriage through skin contact,” Sansone said.
Observing the details, one can’t help but notice using the term “can.” Sansone is also a member of the executive committee of the Republican Party of Lee County.
“The injections meet both the definition the legal definition in the state of Florida as a bioweapon,” Sansone said of the FDA-approved injections.
Sansone wants DeSantis to take action.
“So here’s the resolution. It’s called the ‘Ban the Jab’ resolution, whereas strong and credible evidence exists that COVID-19 and COVID-19 injections are biological and technological weapons,” Sansone said.
The “Ban the Jab” resolution demands that DeSantis ban the sale and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida.
“Coerced injections, masks and lockdowns, violations of Nuremberg Code and the Ninth Amendment, and they’re for crimes against humanity,” Sansone said.
While Sansone firmly believes what he’s saying, there is no evidence to support the truth about the claims.
As for the supporting argument regarding the Nuremberg Code, that is a set of ethical research standards which was introduced before WWII and perfected after it. For nearly a century, it set the tone and the law for how human experimentation would be conducted. But the Ninth Amendment, which was added to the Bill of Rights, says “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”
“Gov. DeSantis, you need to take these off the market immediately,” Sansone said. “There are biological weapons, the Attorney General must immediately seize these vials immediately.”
The Lee County Republican Executive Committee has between 350 and 380 members. Sansone’s opinion is not representative of every single Republican in Lee County.