Several states are pushing back against plans to taint the U.S. food supply with mRNA vaccines.
As Slay News has been reporting, large pharmaceutical companies are lobbying to have their mRNA jabs used on animals intended for meat to be consumed by the American public.
However, the plans for Big Pharma shots to taint the food supply have caused such a backlash that several states are now scrambling to introduce legislation to stop it.
At least five states are proposing legislation to ban it or at least require mandatory labeling so consumers know what they are purchasing and eating.
Missouri was the first to respond with the introduction of House Bill 1169.
Similar bills were subsequently filed in North Dakota, Tennessee, Arizona, and Idaho.
In Idaho, House Bill 154 would make it a misdemeanor offense for anyone to provide or administer a vaccine containing mRNA technology “for use in an individual or any other mammal in this state.”
In other words, if House Bill 154 is passed and signed into law, mRNA-tainted meat would become illegal in Idaho.
Meanwhile, Arizona’s House Bill 2762 would require conspicuous labeling of all aquatic, livestock, or poultry products derived from animals given mRNA shots.
HB 2762 would also prohibit any mRNA-tainted food product from being labeled as “organic.”
Tennessee’s House Bill 0099 seeks to amend an existing law to prohibit the manufacture or sale of livestock or meat that contains mRNA “vaccine or vaccine materials” without a prominent label that consumers can clearly and easily read.
Legislators in North Dakota have also proposed Senate Bill 2384.
Like Idaho’s House Bill 154, North Dakota’s legislation would make it illegal to use an mRNA vaccine in meat intended for humans.
It would also introduce a penalty for anyone who violates the law in this regard.
In Missouri, Republican state Rep. Holly Jones introduced HB 1169.
Jones’s bill would require all livestock meat containing “potential gene therapy products” to be labeled as such.
“We label everything around the world,” Jones said about her bill.
“We label non-GMO. We label GMO. We label grass-fed.
“We label no antibiotics used. We label manufactured in a plant that has nuts.”
“We should label anything that has not been proven safe and effective.
“As we’ve seen with the Covid vaccines, they’re neither safe nor effective,” she noted.
“Even the CDC has come out with that.”
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