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80 House Republicans Help Pass Bill For Federal Vaccination Database; Read the Roll Call

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The federal government has absolutely zero business in the private healthcare matters of American citizens.

The government is not your doctor and has no right to collect any private health data.

Yet, the House of Representatives played Big Brother and passed an Orwellian bill that would insert the government into our daily lives.

80 House Republicans joined their control-freak Democrat colleagues to fund a federal vaccination database.

If passed by the Senate and signed into law, the federal government would have the power to collect, study, and share your private health data.

It’s a disgusting violation of medical freedom, privacy, and civil liberties.

By having access to your medical records, there are endless ways the federal government can use this information to control your life.

That includes targeted tracking of unvaccinated Americans who refuse the experimental COVID-19 injections.

Breitbart offered more details on the Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act:

According to the bill, also called  H. R. 550, the government would provide $400 million in taxpayer dollars to fund “immunization system data modernization and expansion,” a system otherwise defined as “a confidential, population-based, computerized database that records immunization doses administered by any health care provider to persons within the geographic area covered by that database.”

The text specifically outlines an expansion of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Public Health Department capabilities and the ability for state and local health departments, as well as public and private health care providers, to share health data with the federal government.

In a statement, the bill’s main sponsor, Democrat Rep. Ann Kuster (NH), said the system would be used to “remind patients when they are due for a recommended vaccine” and identify areas with low vaccination rates to “ensure equitable distribution of vaccines.” Notably, the bill has four Republican co-sponsors: Reps. Larry Bucshon (R-IN), James Baird (R-IN), David McKinley (R-WV), and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA). Not one Democrat voted in opposition to the bill.

Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL), who was one of the 130 Republicans to vote “no,” told Breitbart News exclusively on Wednesday that the legislation would enable the federal government to “track” unvaccinated Americans who “will be targeted and forced to comply with Biden’s crazy ‘global vaccination’ vision.”

While I expect Democrats to vote for this tyrannical piece of legislation, it’s the 80 Republicans who voted yes that I’m directing my anger.

Clerk – House of Representatives provided the Roll Coll:

BaconRepublicanNebraskaYEA
BairdRepublicanIndianaYEA
BanksRepublicanIndianaYEA
BarrRepublicanKentuckyYEA
BilirakisRepublicanFloridaYEA
BucshonRepublicanIndianaYEA
BurgessRepublicanTexasYEA
CarlRepublicanAlabamaYEA
Carter (GA)RepublicanGeorgiaYEA
Carter (TX)RepublicanTexasYEA
CheneyRepublicanWyomingYEA
ColeRepublicanOklahomaYEA
ComerRepublicanKentuckyYEA
CrenshawRepublicanTexasYEA
CurtisRepublicanUtahYEA
Davis, RodneyRepublicanIllinoisYEA
Diaz-BalartRepublicanFloridaYEA
DunnRepublicanFloridaYEA
FitzpatrickRepublicanPennsylvaniaYEA
FleischmannRepublicanTennesseeYEA
FortenberryRepublicanNebraskaYEA
GimenezRepublicanFloridaYEA
Gonzales, TonyRepublicanTexasYEA
Gonzalez (OH)RepublicanOhioYEA
Graves (MO)RepublicanMissouriYEA
GuthrieRepublicanKentuckyYEA
Herrera BeutlerRepublicanWashingtonYEA
HillRepublicanArkansasYEA
HinsonRepublicanIowaYEA
HudsonRepublicanNorth CarolinaYEA
HuizengaRepublicanMichiganYEA
Jacobs (NY)RepublicanNew YorkYEA
Johnson (OH)RepublicanOhioYEA
Joyce (OH)RepublicanOhioYEA
Joyce (PA)RepublicanPennsylvaniaYEA
KatkoRepublicanNew YorkYEA
KellerRepublicanPennsylvaniaYEA
Kim (CA)RepublicanCaliforniaYEA
KinzingerRepublicanIllinoisYEA
KustoffRepublicanTennesseeYEA
LaHoodRepublicanIllinoisYEA
LeskoRepublicanArizonaYEA
LetlowRepublicanLouisianaYEA
LongRepublicanMissouriYEA
LucasRepublicanOklahomaYEA
LuetkemeyerRepublicanMissouriYEA
McCarthyRepublicanCaliforniaYEA
McCaulRepublicanTexasYEA
McClainRepublicanMichiganYEA
McHenryRepublicanNorth CarolinaYEA
McKinleyRepublicanWest VirginiaYEA
MeijerRepublicanMichiganYEA
Miller-MeeksRepublicanIowaYEA
Moore (UT)RepublicanUtahYEA
Murphy (NC)RepublicanNorth CarolinaYEA
NewhouseRepublicanWashingtonYEA
OwensRepublicanUtahYEA
PalazzoRepublicanMississippiYEA
PalmerRepublicanAlabamaYEA
PenceRepublicanIndianaYEA
ReedRepublicanNew YorkYEA
ReschenthalerRepublicanPennsylvaniaYEA
Rodgers (WA)RepublicanWashingtonYEA
Rogers (AL)RepublicanAlabamaYEA
Rogers (KY)RepublicanKentuckyYEA
SalazarRepublicanFloridaYEA
SchweikertRepublicanArizonaYEA
Smith (NJ)RepublicanNew JerseyYEA
SmuckerRepublicanPennsylvaniaYEA
StauberRepublicanMinnesotaYEA
StewartRepublicanUtahYEA
Thompson (PA)RepublicanPennsylvaniaYEA
TurnerRepublicanOhioYEA
UptonRepublicanMichiganYEA
WagnerRepublicanMissouriYEA
WenstrupRepublicanOhioYEA
WestermanRepublicanArkansasYEA
Wilson (SC)RepublicanSouth CarolinaYEA
WomackRepublicanArkansasYEA
YoungRepublicanAlaskaYEA

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