The new Idaho bill would charge those who administer the mRNA vaccine with a misdemeanor

A new bill has been introduced in Idaho that would make the administration of an experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccine illegal.

Representative Judy Boyle (R-Midvale) and Senator Tammy Nichols (R-Middleton) sponsored House Bill 154.

According to KTVB, Sen. Nichols introduced the new bill before the House Health and Welfare Committee on February 15.

According to the text of the bill, “No person may administer or administer in this state a vaccine developed using messenger ribonucleic acid technology for use in any person or any other mammal.”

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A person who contravenes the bill is guilty of a misdemeanor.

The new law, if passed, will take effect on July 1, 2023.

KTVB reported:

“We have a problem that this was fast-tracked,” Nichols said during his presentation to the committee.

Nichols said there is no accountability, informed consent or data on mRNA vaccines. He later clarified that he was referring to two COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna.

“I think there’s a lot of information that comes out with concerns about blood clotting and heart problems,” Nichols said.

Rep. Ilana Rubel, D-Boise, questioned Nichols’ statement that vaccines were fast-tracked. He said it was his understanding that the vaccines were approved and survived testing, later approved by the FDA.

Nichols said he was finding it “wasn’t the way we thought it should be.”

“There are other shots we can use that don’t have mRNA,” Nichols said.

More and more medical experts, scientists and right-wing advocates around the world are now demanding that the government should stop its COVID-19 vaccination campaign due to its devastating side effects in patients.

And yet governments still turn a blind eye to one of the most atrocious crimes against humanity.