Republican Bill Prevents Federal Government from Mandating Vaccines

A new bill unveiled this week seeks to prevent the federal government from being able to force citizens to get vaccines by enforcing mandates.

The legislation, dubbed the “MINAJ Act,” was introduced by Rep. George Santos (R-NY).

The “Medical Information Nuanced Accountability Judgement Act,” HR 2631, would “prohibit any Federal Government from imposing any mandate requiring an individual to receive a vaccine that has not been authorized for marketing for at least ten years.”

“Medical Freedom is an absolute right,” Santos asserted in a press release. 

“I urge my colleagues to join me in this mission to block tyrannical and draconian measures from being utilized by the Federal Government.

“If a public health emergency has been declared, then the federal agency looking to impose the mandate must submit a report to Congress and highlight the intent as well as the research behind the vaccine.”

The bill was named the “MINAJ Act” as a nod to rap star Nicki Minaj.

During the height of the pandemic in Sept. 2021, Minaj famously refused to attend the Met Gala due to its vaccine mandate.

In a post on Twitter, Minaj claimed that a friend of her cousin in Trinidad had a negative reaction to the vaccine.

Minaj said “His testicles became swollen” after he received the shot.

The bill comes as the government has repealed vaccine mandates on a federal level for troops and other government workers after much outcry.

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Meanwhile, the embattled congressman, who’s faced calls by Democrats to resign after allegations he lied on his resumé and elsewhere, announced Monday he’s running for re-election in his district.

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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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