Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is taking a stand and calling for a grand jury investigation into the alleged “crimes and wrongdoing” related to COVID-19 vaccines. This is an important step for the state of Florida and for the country as a whole in terms of seeking answers and justice for any potential issues related to the vaccines.
Governor DeSantis is taking a proactive approach to protecting the health and safety of citizens by asking the Florida Supreme Court to empanel a grand jury to investigate any potential “wrongdoing” linked to the COVID vaccines.
The governor has been vocal about the need for a thorough investigation of any potential issues with the vaccines. He has previously stated that the goal is to ensure that the people of Florida are being provided with the best possible care and that any issues or concerns are being addressed.
The Hill reported,
“The federal government, medical associations, and other experts have created an expectation that receiving a COVID-19 vaccine is an ethical or civic duty and that choosing not to get vaccinated against COVID-19 is selfish and harmful to others,” DeSantis’s petition for the grand jury investigation reads.
The petition also alleges that it is “impossible to imagine that so many influential individuals came to this view on their own” and that the pro-vaccine individuals and companies “created these perceptions for financial gain.”
DeSantis said he’s further creating the Public Health Integrity Committee because he distrusts the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
“Our CDC, at this point, anything they put out, you just assume, at this point, that it’s not worth the paper that it’s printed on. It’s not serving a useful function. It’s really serving to advance narratives,” DeSantis said at the roundtable Tuesday.
The grand jury will be tasked with exploring any potential wrongdoings related to the use of COVID vaccines in the state. This would include looking into any potential safety issues or side effects that may have been caused by the vaccines.
The governor is also committed to providing the people of Florida with the information they need to make informed decisions about their health. He’s urged the public to stay informed and to research the vaccines before they make any decisions. He’s also called for the state to provide more resources and education to the public about the vaccines.