MTG Announces Legislation To Fire Fauci And Ban Vaccine Passports The firebrand Georgia representative, who recently referred to vaccine passports “Biden’s Mark of the Beast” and “corporate communism,” has unveiled legislation aiming to ban them. In addition to firing Fauci, the legislation will “prevent discrimination against the unvaccinated, and much more to protect the freedom of the American People,” tweeted MTG. “Americans deserve better than a self-promoting career bureaucrat like Fauci, who spent the last year getting it wrong almost all of the time,” MTG told the Washington Examiner. According to an official statement posted to Twitter, the “We Will Not Comply Act” will “prevent any business engaged in interstate commerce from discriminating against a person based on their COVID-19 vaccine status (addressing the recent vaccine passports),” “prevent Airline companies from denying someone from flying based on their COVID-19 vaccination status,” “prevent students from being denied access to a public college based on their COVID-19 vaccination status,” as well as push for Jacobson v. Massachusetts to be overturned due to the “terrible precedent that endorses mandatory state vaccination laws” under “police power.” https://nationalfile.com/mtg-announces-legislation-to-fire-fauci-and-ban-vaccine-passports/ #UnfuckTheWorld #MTG #WeWillNotComply #FireFauci #BanFascistCorporateCommunism
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