Louisiana Republicans Pass Bill to Block WEF, UN, WHO from Exerting Power in the State

Republican lawmakers in Louisiana have just dropped the hammer on the globalist agenda of the World Economic Forum (WEF), United Nations (UN), and World Health Organization (WHO).

The Louisiana Senate just passed a bill that will block the unelected globalist organizations from exerting power in and over the state.

Senate Bill 133 was passed unanimously in the upper chamber.

The legislation asserts that it would ensure that the globalist organizations would “have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana.”

The proposed law was authored by Republican state Sens. Valarie Hodges and Thomas A. Pressly and state Rep. Kathy Edmonston.

The bill would further prohibit Louisiana and all governmental entities in the state from implementing or enforcing rules, regulations, fees, tax policies, or “mandate[s] of any kind” that are connected to the globalist groups, the Blaze reported.

According to Hodges, who represents District 13, SB133 “comes after years of attempts to secure our state sovereignty from the overreaching hands of the WHO, UN, and WEF.”

In a statement, Hodges revealed that the unelected agencies’ roles in the pandemic and Covid mRNA shots rollout were central to the push to block the groups.

“We have watched a horror story unfold in front of us as time has shown that the ‘recommendations’ and coercive regulations from outside organizations such as the WHO have harmed hundreds of thousands of Americans who took a vaccine that they were told was safe and effective,” Hodges said.

Hodges noted that Americans are still paying the price, with their lives, for decisions made on their behalf by foreign globalist organizations.

In his statement, Hidges further explains why it was important to pass the bill:

“Now, we are witnessing severe, long-term side effects and countless deaths because the ‘experts’ were wrong.

“These organizations coerced and strong-armed Americans into medical decisions without clinical trials or long-term studies,” Hodges said.

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Hodges also pointed out that it was especially critical to act now.

As he noted, Republicans currently control the legislature and the governor’s mansion.

While the bill has passed the state Senate, it still needs to pass the Louisiana House and be signed into law by Republican Gov. Jeff Landry.

However, Landry and the GOP-controlled House have signaled support for the bill.

If the state House passes it and Landry ultimately ratifies it, the law would go into effect on August 1, 2024.

State Sen. Pressly responded to the news on social media.

“On to the House! Grateful to my Senate colleagues for recognizing the importance of sovereignty in our decision-making and passing this bill without opposition,” he said in a post on X.

“State laws should be made by our state’s elected officials, not international organizations.”

READ MORE – Australian Lawmakers Pass Bill to Roll Out WEF’s Digital ID for Public

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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