by Sharon Rondeau

(Dec. 7, 2022) — Beginning at 12:00 noon EST on Wednesday, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) will host a discussion with experts on the topic of, “COVID-19 Vaccines: What They Are, How They Work, and Possible Causes of Injuries,” according to a press release issued Monday.

A live-stream of the meeting will be available for those watching remotely, the press release states.

The stated purpose of the session is “to shed light on the current state of knowledge surrounding the vaccine and the path forward.”

Last month Johnson won his bid for a third term in the U.S. Senate over Democrat challenger and current Wisconsin lieutenant governor Mandela Barnes.

Children’s Health Defense (CHD) will also be live-streaming the event.

Johnson is the only member of Congress to have held hearings of any kind on the rollout and effects of the COVID-19 vaccines. Previous hearings Johnson organized hosted medical experts challenging the government’s narrative of “safe and effective,” the discouragement of early treatment of the virus, and included individuals claiming severe post-vaccination injuries and enormous, uncompensated expenses in addition to loss of income.

On Monday, Debra Heine of American Greatness reported, “At a private event over the weekend, [Florida] Governor Ron DeSantis said that his administration intends to hold vaccine manufacturers accountable for making false claims about COVID products that have caused injuries and death…DeSantis made the comments at a Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) event on Saturday at the Florida Governors Mansion.”


Update, 12:03 p.m. EST: CHD’s portal for live streaming is here, indicating that The Highwire is the provider:

https://live.childrenshealthdefense.org/chd-tv/events/covid-19-vaccines-what-they-are-how-they-work-and-possible-causes-of/covid19-vaccines-what-they-are-how-they-work-and-possible-causes-of-injuries/


Editor’s Note, 12:49 p.m. EST, Dec. 9, 2022: On Wednesday, “@Speedy13” at TruthSocial posted a video of DeSantis making the remarks Heine referenced.

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