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DeSantis Petitions Florida Supreme Court For Grand Jury Investigation Into Pfizer, Moderna

Dylan Housman
Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent
December 13, 2022 1:12 PM ET

Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday he’s petitioning Florida’s Supreme Court to impanel a grand jury to investigate Pfizer and Moderna.

DeSantis made the announcement during a “COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Accountability Roundtable” Tuesday morning, which featured Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo and other experts such as Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and Dr. Martin Kulldorff. The roundtable also included testimonials from individuals who said they experienced severe adverse effects after receiving mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

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Smokin Joe:
Good! We'll see where this goes.


--- Quote from: Smokin Joe on December 14, 2022, 01:11:56 am ---Good! We'll see where this goes.

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Ron is stepping on big Pharma's toes. We shall see.

Florida to Take Lead in Investigating COVID-19 Vaccine “Wrongdoing,” Myocarditis, Sudden Death

The Post & Email  12/13/2022

In the last few minutes of his Tuesday-morning roundtable on the COVID-19 “pandemic” and the federal government’s monolithic promotion of vaccine products rushed to market in late 2020, recently-reelected Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced he has petitioned the Florida Supreme Court to empanel a “statewide grand jury to investigate any and all wrongdoing with respect to COVID-19 vaccines.”

Such a probe “will come with legal processes,” he added, “that will be able to get more information and to bring legal accountability for those who committed misconduct.”

“A thorough investigation” is needed into “the shots,” DeSantis said, and patient data is lacking from vaccine manufacturers.

DeSantis’s declarations begin at 1:22:19 in the video podcast.

A bill to “protect” physicians from having to adhere to “orthodoxy” will be introduced in the new legislature, DeSantis said, in contrast to one passed in California criminalizing medical speech considered “misinformation.”

“Most of the people who got it right were in the minority when it came to some of the professional opinions…,” DeSantis said, citing “Fauci-ism,” a reference to NIAID Director Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, who is officially retiring on Friday after more than four decades in government.

During the 98-minute conference, scientists, researchers and medical doctors spoke about censorship and the intimidation of physicians from speaking their minds about their pandemic observations for fear of losing their medical licenses and ability to make a living.



CNN: "Ron DeSantis. He's now asking the Florida Supreme Court to green-light an investigation into...any and all wrongdoing...with respect to COVID-19 vaccines."

FAUCI: "I don't have a clue what he's asking for...What's the problem with vaccines?"


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