Ron DeSantis has Dr. Fauci and his Big Pharma shaking in their loafers

For about two years, COVID seemingly ruled the lives of most Americans. 

Some, like Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida fought back against the hysteria. 

Now, America’s Governor is setting up some new accountability policies that have Dr. Fauci and Big Pharma executives shaking in their Italian leather loafers. 

Make America Florida

While then-President Donald Trump was fast-tracking COVID vaccines with Operation Warp Speed, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida was working hard to re-open his state’s businesses and schools. 

While blue state Democrat Governors implemented pandemic restrictions, Gov. DeSantis was fighting corporations that tried to force vaccine and mask mandates. 

While Joe Biden was mandating unproven vaccines, DeSantis was fighting to replenish his state’s supplies of antibody treatments. 

DeSantis’ leadership in the face of a pandemic is part of the reason the phrase, “Make America Florida” has gained popularity. 

Now, America’s Governor is taking action against the companies that manufactured the COVID-19 vaccines.

In particular, DeSantis is focusing on the side-effects of the mandated vaccines. 

Holding Big Pharma accountable

DeSantis recently chaired a COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Accountability Roundtable – where he previewed the actions he’s planning to take in the Sunshine State. 

As the first step of his action plan, DeSantis is petitioning the Florida Supreme Court to impanel a statewide grand jury to investigate any and all wrongdoing in Florida concerning COVID-19 vaccines.

DeSantis believes pharmaceutical companies made many false statements about the vaccine during rollout – including the common misconception that vaccinated people would not get COVID. 

“I think people want the truth, and they want accountability, so you need to have a thorough investigation into what’s happened with these shots,” DeSantis said. “We also need ways to get more data so that we can better evaluate what actually happened. And the fact of the matter is we lack comprehensive patient-level data from the pharmaceutical industry, and that makes it very difficult for independent researchers to check the integrity of these shots that have been so pushed on Americans.” 

DeSantis said he’s willing to take Big Pharma giants like Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna to court if need be.  

“In Florida, it is against the law to mislead and misrepresent, particularly when you are talking about the efficacy of a drug,” DeSantis said. “We’ve seen just recently, Florida got $3.2-Billion through legal action against those responsible for the opioid crisis. So, it’s not like this is something that is unprecedented.”

The DeSantis administration has also announced another step in their action plan. 

According to Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo, the state is initiating a surveillance study to identify and document individuals who suffered from fatal vaccine side effects.

And DeSantis also announced the creation of The Public Health Integrity Committee in Florida.

The committee will assess recommendations and guidance related to public health and healthcare and offer critical assessments of the information the CDC and FDA provide.

DeSantis says he’s building a pharmaceutical accountability blueprint he encourages other states to follow. 

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