Idaho Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Outlaw mRNA COVID Shots.

Two Republican Idaho lawmakers introduced a bill this week that would criminalize the administration of the mRNA COVID shots.

HB 154, sponsored by State Sen. Tammy Nichols and State Rep. Judy Boyle, was introduced in the House Health & Welfare Committee on Feb. 15, KTVB7 reported.

According to the bill text, “A person may not provide or administer a vaccine developed using messenger ribonucleic acid technology for use in an individual or any other mammal in this state.”

Those who administer the mRNA shots would be charged with a misdemeanor under the law.

Nichols told the committee, “we have issues (the vaccine) was fast tracked,” and pointed out there is no liability, informed consent or safety data on Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA gene therapy products.

“I think there is a lot of information that comes out with concerns to blood clots and heart issues,” Nichols said.

State House Minority Leader Ilana Rubel, a Democrat on the committee, disputed Nichols’ contention that the mRNA products were fast-tracked, saying she believed “the vaccines” were approved by the FDA following  rigorous testing.

In response, Nichols said it “may not have been done like we thought it should’ve been done.”

“There are other shots we could utilize that don’t have mRNA in it,” Nichols added.

The bill requires a future vote in the committee to pass onto the House floor for debate.

The Pfizer and Moderna mRNA technology involves injecting genetic material encased in lipid nanoparticles into a body to help it produce spike proteins that mimic the COVID virus, ostensibly to help the body fight off future infections. Unfortunately, the material doesn’t stay in the injection site, the lipid nanoparticles travel throughout the body, and in many cases attach themselves to major organs, including the heart and brain where the spike proteins can do irreparable damage. It is not currently known how long the spike proteins stay in the body—it appears to vary from person to person.

The shots “inject the genetic code into the human body and harness the human body’s machinery to produce the spike protein—we believe in a large quantity—for an uncontrolled duration of time,” cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough explained in a recent talk. “And for the first time in human medicine, we are letting a very lethal and toxic protein run wild in the human body.”

This comes as the medical establishment begins to slowly acknowledge the startling increase in Excess Non-Covid Natural Cause Mortality since the shots were introduced, although most health officials still refuse to link the phenomenon with the vaccines.

“In such a young cohort of people the primary driver beyond reasonable doubt is the mRNA vaccine until proven otherwise,” tweeted British cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra in response to the Cedars Sinai study. “What a truly horrific state of affairs. Understanding this at its core leaves an indescribable pain deep within my soul. It doesn’t have to be this way,” Malhotra lamented.

Ed Dowd, Wall Street guru and author of the best seller “Cause Unknown,”  has been ringing alarm bells about the excess mortality associated with the shots for over a year, now. More and more insurance companies are catching up, although they do not blame the shots for the deaths.

A doctor who practices in Roseville, CA claims he has now treated over 250 nurses from Kaiser for vax injuries. Dr. Michael Huang says he has been in practice for over 20 years and prior to the COVID shots, he had only had to treat one vaccine injury.

In a recent interview, Dr. Huang said he recently had ten vax injured nurses in his office, and nine out of 10 of them had clinical myocarditis.

A Twitter account called COVID Vaccine Injuries collects horror stories about people harmed or killed by the COVID jabs.

Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo on Wednesday issued a health alert notifying the health care sector and public of the health risks associated with the mRNA jabs.

“In Florida alone, there was a 1,700% increase in VAERS reports after the release of the COVID-19 vaccine, compared to an increase of 400% in overall vaccine administration for the same time period,” the surgeon general said in a letter to the FDA.

The reporting of life-threatening conditions increased over 4,400%. This is a novel increase and was not seen during the 2009 H1N1 vaccination campaign. There is a need for additional unbiased research to better understand the COVID-19 vaccines’ short- and long-term effects.

The findings in Florida are consistent with various studies that continue to uncover such risks. To further evaluate this, the Surgeon General wrote a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) illustrating the risk factors associated with the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and emphasizing the need for additional transparency.

The FDA and the CDC have thus far not responded to the Florida surgeon general’s warning about the dangerous mRNA shots.

There is currently research underway to study mRNA vaccine technology to treat people with various other diseases, including cancer.


The CDC responded to Ladapo Friday afternoon, saying he has drawn the wrong conclusions from the data.

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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

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