The Florida Supreme Court authorized Governor Ron DeSantis’ request that a grand jury be able to investigate any wrongdoing regarding COVID-19 vaccines and their manufacturers.
DeSantis asked the Florida Supreme Court last week to “appoint a state grand jury to investigate any and all wrongdoing in Florida regarding COVID-19 vaccines.”
Despite the broad scientific consensus that vaccines have saved millions of lives worldwide, Republicans suggested in the document that the purpose of the investigation be to bring more information about pharmaceuticals, vaccines and their side effects.
The supreme order establishes that the grand jury may investigate “drug manufacturers (and their executive officers) and other medical associations or organizations” that are “involved in the use of vaccines to prevent the infection, symptoms, and transmission of COVID-19.” The ones are”. 19.
The grand jury may investigate alleged “criminal irregularities or activities that are discovered in the course of the investigation,” adds the order, the highest judicial body in Florida.
The body, which can also issue recommendations or indictments, will be chaired by Tampa Circuit Court Judge Ronald Ficarotta.
Florida’s presumptive Republican governor, who is emerging as a candidate for the 2024 presidential election, is pushing to voice his concern about the side effects of coronavirus vaccines.
The purpose of the grand jury review, according to DeSantis, is to “identify any deficiencies in current laws, enforce methods” and “investigate crimes” and those involved in “fraud or deception of persons” related to coronavirus vaccines. Actions have to be taken. , among others .
In the 20-page document, DeSantis cited the “widespread belief that COVID-19 vaccines prevented the disease from spreading,” something that “the President of the United States himself believed to be true.”
Biden sought to impose a variety of vaccination requirements on the American people, including healthcare workers and members of the military, based on the belief that “unvaccinated people spread the virus.”
In this context, far from US government health policy, DeSantis referred to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the government’s chief epidemiologist, Anthony Fauci.
Even the White House held a press conference in 2021 “threatened those uninfected by the cold of severe illness and death,” DeSantis’ writing added.
He asserted, “It is impossible to imagine that individuals so influential got to that point on their own. Rather, it is likely that individuals and companies with an incentive to do so made these assumptions for financial gain.”
The document states that in April 2021, “more cases of myocarditis and pericarditis were reported in people in the United States after receiving the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.”
Thus, Florida’s Department of Health conducted its own analysis to study “mortality risk” following vaccination with messenger RNA (mRNA) technology and “increased relative incidence of heart-related deaths among men aged 18 to 39.” seen”, within 28 days after vaccination.
“Reports from other countries also indicate an association between vaccines against COVID-19 and cardiovascular events, including death,” said the document sent by DeSantis.
According to official figures, Florida has reported 7.2 million cases of COVID-19 since March 2020, the highest number in the US after California (11.6 million) and Texas (8.1 million).
Registered resident deaths from COVID-19 in Florida since March 2020 reached 83,606 people as of last Thursday.