Sen. Ron Johnson on Forcing People to Take a COVID Vaccine That Does Not Prevent Infection or Transmission

Sen. Ron Johnson on Forcing People to Take a COVID Vaccine That Does Not Prevent Infection or Transmission

The bottom line is the [COVID-19] vaccine does not prevent infection, it does not prevent transmission. So why would we make anybody take it? It is insane. We force people to take a vaccine that doesn’t prevent infection or transmission… again, it’s an insane policy. … I’m going to speak on behalf of those who are reluctant to take it… they’re not crazy. Again, they now know, we now know that it doesn’t prevent transmission at all. It doesn’t prevent infection.

And the fact of the matter, there are safety signals that, anybody who’s looking at CDC and NIH and FDA data, might have cause for concern about. The problem is that the CDC, the FDA, the NIH have not been honest, they’ve not been transparent. These are FDA, CDC numbers, coming from the VAERS, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, and it shows, to date, there have been 32,220 deaths reported to VAERS associated with the vaccine. Over 1.4 million adverse events.

… The people who are reluctant, either for religious reasons or just based on the limited data that we’re getting from our health care officials, they have a reason to want to defend their own person freedom, their own personal health autonomy and decide not to do this.

— Ron Johnson, U.S. Senator from Wisconsin

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4 Responses to "Sen. Ron Johnson on Forcing People to Take a COVID Vaccine That Does Not Prevent Infection or Transmission"

  1. Kathleen   December 5, 2022 at 11:28 am

    Geez, Senator Johnson, could we all, including you, stop using the word “insane” to refer to that which is immoral and criminal? Whether these mRNA concoctions “worked” or not, the immorality of forced medical interventions is at the heart of this…

    Oh, and one more thing, the “good” senator — like so many — omits is the U.S. Congress’s passage of the PREP Act. This Act provides for liability immunity for the makers of this junk. Gonna mention that any time soon, Senator??

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    • covIDIOTS   December 9, 2022 at 5:44 pm

      That little fact will be left out, of course. They want to be on record in case the poop hits the fan. Either that, or he’s up for re-election.

      “If voting worked, it would be illegal.”

      Or the old joke, How can you tell a politician is lying? Answer: Their lips are moving.

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  2. Mary   December 5, 2022 at 2:49 pm

    THANK YOU MANY TIMES OVER, Senator Ron Johnson. You stepped out of the comfort of a Congressional “group”, as an individual American, who just happened to be a US Senator. You sponsored hearings (three that I know about), allowing medical experts who were actually treating sick Covid patients to speak about these issues, issues that were outside your everyday experience. In the above piece, you underline several facts that contradict mandatory vaccination and justify vaccine hesitancy, You do not place blame, but let the facts speak for themselves so that the court of public opinion will one day compose the verdicts. Americans owe you a debt of thanks.

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  3. Barbara   December 7, 2022 at 9:56 pm

    We are thankful for the steps Senator Johnson has taken to ensure people have the right to choose whether they want to be vaccinated or not. So many people have suffered so many adverse effects, and it is a tragedy that for many these may be long term or deadly. I am grateful for your courtesy in presenting your side to others, Senator Johnson, and we are grateful for the many ways you have helped this issue to be discussed.
    We appreciate our freedom and your courageous hand in it.

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