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Mary Jo Perry has been battling the government on vaccines for at least nine years and founded Mississippi Parents for Vaccine Rights in 2012 to raise awareness about the corruption caused by the pharmaceutical industrial complex.
Mrs. Perry’s organization has been aggressively lobbying the legislature to pass a new bill that would get rid of a vaccination requirement to enroll in public schools and recognize religious exemptions.
The bill, H.B. 1454., would abolish all Covid-19 emergency orders in Mississippi, ban all government and private sector vaccine mandates, for both employees and customers, and it would ban any company that violates the law from receiving state grants and contracts.
Mrs. Perry joined the Stew Peters Show on Monday to blast the biggest obstacle to the very popular bill’s passage: Republicans, including GOP Speaker of the Mississippi state house, Phillip Gunn.
“We don’t understand why they’ve been fighting us all these years on a religious exemption for children, but yet when it comes to working men in white coats they’re trying to protect them,” Mrs. Perry. “It really took us by surprise when Phillip Gunn, within a matter of 3 hours, came out with his own bill, co-opted ours, rammed it through the public health committee and then onto the house floor and passed it out of the house floor onto the Senate.”
“This Phillip Gunn, he doesn’t necessarily care about the private sector of Mississippi at all, it’s ok to force and push force jabs on these people, just not government people,” Stew told Mrs. Perry. “In essence, he’s part of this uni-party, globalist establishment, posing as a Republican, who’s fighting, but really doesn’t care about Mississippi residents at all.”
Join Mary Jo Perry’s fight by visiting her website: https://mpvrpac.com.
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