Democrats Vote Against Stopping Intel Agencies From ‘Monitoring, Investigating & Prosecuting’ Unvaccinated Americans

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Every Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee voted down a proposal prohibiting intelligences agencies from spying on or prosecuting Americans who refused to take the experimental COVID injection.

What a surprise.

H.R. 350, also called the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2021, would authorize federal agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the FBI to use taxpayer money to “analyze and monitor domestic terrorist activity” and “take steps to prevent domestic terrorism.”

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) introduced an amendment to H.R. 350 that would prevent such investigations against unvaccinated Americans, who have the right to refuse medical treatments they think is unnecessary or unsafe.

“None of the funds authorized to be appropriated in this Act shall be used to monitor, analyze, investigate or prosecute any individual solely because that individuals declined the administration of a vaccine to COVID-19 or expressed opposition to such administration,” read the proposed amendment.

But every Democrat voted against the amendment, according to Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.).

“This amendment is germane to the bill because the FBI has already indicated that your opposition to taking the vaccine, or just spreading information that might be true but the CDC doesn’t agree with, will qualify you to be targeted as a possible ‘domestic terrorist’,” Massie told the committee on Wednesday.

“Why would the Democrats be opposed to this amendment?” he asked. “The fact that we even need to mention this amendment is terrifying: the fact that moms are going to be targeted as domestic terrorists because they think their 5-year-old doesn’t need the freaking vaccine because they looked at the data.”

“Does that make that mom a domestic terrorist? It’s ridiculous,” Massie added. …..


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