U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Urges Cosponsors On ‘We Will Not Comply Act’

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) introduced the ‘We Will Not Comply Act’, H.R. 2317, and is urging house members to co-sponsor the bill.

The bill provides that United States citizens may not be discriminated against based on their COVID–19 vaccination status, and for other purposes.

“Every Member who says they are against Vaccine Passports should cosponsor my bill. We Will Not Comply Act,” said Greene in a social post.

If passed the bill would allow individuals who have been discriminated against on the basis of the individual’s COVID–19 vaccine status, or failure to comply with a face-covering mandate, to bring legal action and seek damages in court.

The bill also states that “No Federal funds may be used to require any individual to receive a COVID–19 vaccine, or to enforce any such requirement.”

Co-Sponsors of the bill include Rep. Gosar, Paul A. (R-AZ), Rep. Jeff Duncan, (R-SC), Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL), Rep. Mary (R-IL), Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA), Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Rep. Yvette Herrell (R-NM), Rep. Barry Moore (R-AL), Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), and Rep. Bob Good (R-VA).

On Wednesday, Rep. Gosar (R-AZ) tweeted out, “Cosponsored” in response to Rep. Greene.

On Wednesday, Rep. Greene tweeted out, “I have talked to multiple women who say they miscarried healthy pregnancies after taking the #COVID19 vaccine. Not only miscarriages, but also reporting blood clots and heavy & irregular periods after taking the Experimental Use Covid vaccine. Stop vaccine mandates!”

Republican Gov. of Texas Greg Abbott signed an executive order in July that could lead to cities being fined for implementing mask mandates.

The order states that government entities will be fined up to $1,000 for requiring masks, while government agencies, public entities and private entities that receive public funding will be forbidden from demanding proof of vaccination to provide services.

In Florida, Governor DeSantis said he opposes school mask mandates, “We look forward to this upcoming year to be a normal year, to be in person and learn like normal kids,” DeSantis said.

“There’s been talk about potentially people advocating at the federal level, imposing compulsory masks on kids. We’re not doing that in Florida. We need our kids to breathe,” he added.

During a press conference in Panama City on Wednesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis responded to a speech Biden made Tuesday, calling for the Florida governor to “get out of the way” of people trying to fight the recent surge of COVID-19 cases. 

“Joe Biden wants me to get out of the way because I refuse to yield power to the federal government and strip Floridians of their liberties. Well, I’ve got news for Joe Biden: I’m standing in your way and I’m not going anywhere, ” DeSantis said.

The ‘We Will Not Comply Act’, H.R. 2317, can be read in its entirety below.

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    One Reply to “Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Urges Cosponsors On ‘We Will Not Comply Act’”

    1. I certainly hope she gets some co-sponsors. But there is already a law that covers it- HIPPA- we aren’t enforcing that apparently.

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