I was always a Dak Prescott fan but now I am about 100x more!
I have been saying for months now that I don’t understand how anyone can possibly ask for your personal medical history (i.e. vaxx status).
It’s the most obvious HIPPA violation ever.
It’s so funny how as soon as liberals don’t like the way something works it’s like they forget all about it.
Whatever happened to “my body, my choice”?
Are we still doing that?
Because for decades all I ever heard about was “my body, my choice”.
I happen to think that fits very well on choosing whether or not I want to inject my body with an experimental, poison vaxx, no?
For years, the liberals loved to cite to HIPPA, trying to trip up good doctors on technicalities.
Forcing needless and very expensive retrofits to doctors offices and other medical spaces.
Now when we have the most obvious HIPPA violation of all time….they are nowhere to be found.
At least we have Dak Prescott.
My man, my respect and admiration for you just went through the roof!
Watch here on Rumble:
Backup video here:
Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott on whether or not he is vaccinated: “I don’t necessarily think that’s exactly important … I think that’s HIPAA.”
(It is not HIPAA, which prohibits health professionals from revealing your medical records.) pic.twitter.com/TgKajt4eng
— The Recount (@therecount) July 23, 2021
I worked as CNA. It's is HIPPA. It's private matter.
— Jamie Ann Pead (@Jamiepead) July 23, 2021
The Hill had more details:
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott on Friday declined to disclose his vaccine status, saying doing so violates his privacy.
Prescott made the comment in a news conference when a reporter noted that running back Ezekiel Elliott said he had been vaccinated.
“I don’t necessarily think that’s exactly important. I think that’s HIPAA,” Prescott said when asked about his own vaccination status.
“I understand everybody’s opinion and I think everybody has that right. We wouldn’t live in this country and we wouldn’t be in the position that we’re in if that wasn’t the case. Obviously, we all have to do a better jobs of educating ourselves, of educating our neighbors. Just on this whole pandemic, just this whole situation, the vaccine,” he added.
HIPAA, formally called the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, requires the health care and health care insurance industries to protect patients’ medical records from fraud and theft.
GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) similarly claimed on Tuesday that a reporter asking if she was vaccinated violated HIPAA.
“Well, you see your first question is a violation of my HIPAA rights,” Greene said. “And with HIPAA rights, we don’t have to reveal our medical records and that also involves our vaccine records.”
Prescott’s comments come as the NFL encourages teams to get vaccinated. About 80 percent of NFL players have received vaccinations thus far.
Elliott told reporters on Thursday that he got vaccinated despite opposition from his family.