On Thursday, the Florida Supreme Court granted Governor Ron DeSantis’s request to impanel a grand jury to examine COVID-vaccine manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna for any potential wrongdoing. The main issue is whether the mRNA vaccines cause heart problems and if the companies were aware of the problem beforehand.
The court made the following statement:
“A statewide grand jury shall be promptly impaneled for a term of twelve calendar months, to run from the date of impanelment, with jurisdiction throughout the State of Florida, to investigate crime, return indictments, make presentments, and otherwise perform all functions of a grand jury with regard to the offenses stated herein.”
DeSantis argued in his petition to the court this month that the Florida Department of Health “found an increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related deaths among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination.”
The New York Post reported:
“’In Florida, it is illegal to mislead and misrepresent, especially when you are talking about the efficacy of a drug,’ DeSantis said during a roundtable with state Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo and a number of scientists and physicians last week.
“‘We’ll be able to get the data whether they want to give it or not,’ added DeSantis.”
In accordance with the ruling, the grand jury will explore the following issues:
“(a) Individuals, persons, and entities, including, but not limited to, pharmaceutical manufacturers (and their executive officers) and other medical associations or organizations involved in the design, development, clinical testing or investigation, manufacture, marketing, representation, advertising, promotion, labeling, distribution, formulation, packing, sale, purchase, donation, dispensing, prescribing, administration, or use of vaccines purported to prevent COVID-19 infection, symptoms, and transmission;
“(b) other criminal activity or wrongdoing that the statewide grand jury uncovers during the course of the investigation if it determines that pursuing the criminal activity or wrongdoing is in the best interests of the investigation.”
The decision is another win on the list of achievements for the popular Republican governor, who swept to re-election in November and is considered to be a solid potential presidential contender. Naturally, there is a lot of speculation about his future. Leftist media is already screaming and accusing him of being a vaccine skeptic—as if that's a negative thing, considering all we've learned. They're also noting that he consorts with the likes of Stanford professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and Dr. Martin Kuldorff, co-authors of the Great Barrington Declaration. (This October 2020 declaration was among the first pieces written by prominent scientists who sounded the alarm over the dangers of the tyrannical COVID policies enacted by many governments working together with vaccine makers.)
DeSantis is right to look into this issue. Many doctors and scientists have shared their concerns, which are being generally suppressed, and there's a growing body of evidence showing that these vaccines actually harm some individuals. There's nothing wrong with asking questions. It seems odd that so many people are afraid to look into this. If the answer turns out to be “nothing there,” then we're a stronger nation and can be more comfortable about the jabs. Why wouldn't vaccine manufacturers and supporters want to know the truth?
According to RedState‘s Bonchie, “These massive corporations joined hands with the government via ‘Operation Warp Speed’ to secure billions in profits without having to stand behind their products and statements at all. That’s just not how things should work. These companies should be held accountable for misleading Americans and profiting from the mandates they supported.”
Sunlight is the most effective disinfectant. DeSantis has shed a crucial light on a process that has kept most people in the dark.