In Florida, you don’t have to get vaccinated or have a test to live your life. You are free to be a normal human being, with normal civil liberties.

Let’s face it, nobody really WANTS to have their civil liberties dependent on dangerous experimental vaccines and/or swab tests with questionable safety and accuracy, designed to tell a healthy person that they are healthy.

So, thank god for human beings like Ron Desantis, governor of Florida, who will dare to defy the tyranny of pharmaceutical world government and exert their power, while they still have it.

On 2nd April Ron Desantis signed an executive order BANNING vaccine passports. Here is an extract from the order:

WHEREAS, it is necessary to protect the fundamental rights and privacies of Floridians
and the free flow of commerce within the state.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, RON DESANTIS, as Governor of Florida, by virtue of the
authority vested in me by Article IV, Section 1 (a) of the Florida Constitution and by the Florida
Emergency Management Act, as amended, and all other applicable laws, promulgate the folJowing
Executive Order:

Section 1. No Florida government entity, or its subdivisions, agents, or assigns, shall be
permitted to issue vaccine passports, vaccine passes, or other standardized documentation for the
purpose of certifying an individual’s COVID-19 vaccination status to a third party, or otherwise
publish or share any individual’s COVID-19 vaccination record or similar health information.

Section 2. Businesses in Florida are prohibited from requiring patrons or customers to
provide any documentation certifying COVID-19 vaccination or post-transmission recovery to
gain access to, entry upon, or service from the business.

Section 3. All executive agencies under my direction shall work to ensure businesses
comply with this order. Any provision of Florida Statutes is hereby suspended solely to the extent
it restricts a Florida agency from requiring compliance with this order as a condition for a license,
permit, or other state authorization necessary for conducting business in Florida.

Section 4. All businesses must comply with this order to be eligible for grants or contracts
funded through state revenue.

Section 5. The requirements m this order do not otherwise restrict businesses from
instituting COVID-19 screening protocols in accordance with state and federal law to protect
public health, and nothing herein shall be construed to interfere with individuals’ rights to access
their own personal health information under federal law.

Section 6. This order is effective immediately and shaII remain in effect for the duration
of Executive Order 20-52, as extended.

You can download the file here: