Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Freedom Act (HB 81 and SB 177)
Proposed Ban Would Provide Relief to People Living Under Mandates
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
Many people have told me they would not even think about COVID-19 vaccines if it weren’t for mandates. The vast majority of vaccine recipients have told me they took the shot for some reason other than a clinical benefit including employment, school, travel, or family desires.
The varied positions and responses to COVID-19 vaccination from public health agencies, states, colleges and universities, and employers are a tip-off that the risks of SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination are not viewed similarly from group to group.
The Republican Party of Texas has endorsed The Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Freedom Act (HB 81 and SB 177) by Rep. Brian Harrison and Sen. Mayes Middleton. The current language of these identical bills can be found here:
House version: Texas Legislature Online - 88(R) Text for HB 81
Senate Version: Texas Legislature Online - 88(R) Text for SB 177
So far in less than an hour, >96% of respondents support this concept in the form of legislation. Be sure to visit my Twitter feed and cast your vote:
VOTE HERE! Dr. McCullough Tweet on Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Freedom Act, April 1, 2023
Using legislative tools to ensure civil liberties including the right to bodily autonomy and medical decisions is critical to resolving the pandemic crisis. Please support this legislation in Texas and take up similar actions in your state, region, and country.
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Should include ALL VACCINES!
While I support this bill, my opinion is that it does nothing to prevent a recurrence of the same tyranny when the next “pandemic” comes along, because it is too specific.
In my opinion, It would have been better to codify in law the Nuremberg Code, requiring the informed and voluntary consent for any medical treatment, and stating specifically that this would include (but not be limited to) any treatment proposed to be injected into, or ingested by, or otherwise made a part of the internals of any person.