Wyoming state lawmakers standing up

2023 Feb 6, 10:41pm   103 views  1 comment

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Two weeks ago, a group of Wyoming legislators led by Rep. Jeanette Ward sponsored House Bill 143 - Health mandates - CDC and WHO jurisdiction in Wyoming.

The proposed new state law is concise and clear:

A BILL for AN ACT relating to public health and safety; prohibiting health mandates and requirements by specified federal and nongovernmental health organizations as specified; and providing for an effective date.

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Wyoming:

Section 1. W.S. 35‑4‑1001 is created to read:


35‑4‑1001. Consideration and compliance with specified health organizations; limitations.

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization shall have no jurisdiction in Wyoming and any requirements, mandates, recommendations, instructions or guidance provided by either organization shall not be used in this state to justify any mask, vaccine or medical testing requirements and shall have no force or effect in Wyoming.

Section 2. This act is effective July 1, 2023.

HB-143 is not yet passed by the full Wyoming House and Senate, and even if passed, it could be vetoed by the governor.

But it’s a good sign that it got introduced at all and voted out of committee so quickly.

This sort of public naming of, and resistance to, the globalists’ violent, attempted world takeover can and should be done in all 50 states, by all 50 state legislatures.

It should be done all over the world, to make the globalist Monsters take off their ‘public health’ velvet gloves and openly show us their iron bioterrorist fists.

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1   Ceffer   2023 Feb 6, 10:46pm  

States that aren't stolen operations overwhelmed by election fraud and the installed apparatchiks are re-discovering their sovereignty.

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