Florida Governor Ron DeSantis called for the elimination of all COVID-19 mandates after the CDC updated its guidance to treat vaccinated and unvaccinated the same.
Speaking at the “Unite and Win” rally Friday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano, DeSantis said individuals coerced into taking the shot and injured should be able to sue.
“Even the CDC is now admitting, ‘no reason to treat vaxxed or unvaxxed any differently.’ Well, guess what that means? Every single mandate must be removed, that the federal government is doing, that any of these states…it’s wrong,” DeSantis said.
“And if anybody was forced into doing this and ended up with an adverse reaction, they should be able to sue over that.”
DeSantis👉 The CDC now admits that there is no reason to treat vaxxed and unvaxxed any differently. This means that every single mandate must be removed. 🔥🔥🇺🇸🇺🇸☢️ pic.twitter.com/XaAiFxIgAC
— ☢️🇺🇸Will🇺🇸☢️ (@notBilly) August 20, 2022
DeSantis had noted earlier last week that the government and pharmaceutical companies “lied” about the efficacy and safety of the experimental mRNA shots to get as many people to take the shot as possible.
“They lied to us about the mRNA shots.” – Gov. Ron DeSantispic.twitter.com/3EM7HbH8aE
— T. Boone 🇺🇸🇧🇷 (@tbooneus) August 19, 2022
The CDC updated its guidance on Aug. 11 claiming that the “quarantine of exposed persons is no longer recommended, regardless of vaccination status” because both the unvaccinated and vaccinated can spread COVID, and both have “some degree of protection” from the virus.
The CDC was also forced to admit that natural immunity acquired from COVID-19 infection offered better protection than the experimental injection.
Despite these admissions, the Biden Administration is still attempting to push a COVID-19 jab mandate on federal workers.
From Fox News:
President Biden’s administration is still pursuing litigation to implement a federal worker vaccine mandate despite recently changed Centers for Disease Control Prevention (CDC) guidelines for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people.
The case, called Feds for Medical Freedom v. Biden, is set for a hearing before the entire Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Sept. 13. It stems from a case filed in Texas last December that resulted in a federal trial court issuing a nationwide injunction against the federal government enforcing its vaccine mandate for civilian employees.
A panel at the appeals court then ruled for the Biden administration, overturning the trial court. But the Feds for Medical Freedom workers group asked the entire 17-judge appeals court to weigh in. The court agreed, putting its previous ruling on hold and preventing the mandate from being enforced until a final ruling is issued. Now the Biden administration is set to go to court to try to enforce that mandate next month.