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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Sen. Ron Johnson. Senator Johnson at NDAA Opposition Press Conference 11.30. Rumble Nov. 30, 2022.
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