Dr. Jay Bhattacharya has been invited to be part of a special advisory panel organized by Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo.
A little over a week ago, I reported that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had petitioned the state Supreme Court to form a grand jury to review the safety of mRNA covid vaccines and the pandemic policies put forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Florida Supreme Court gave DeSantis an early Christmas present by green-lighting the petition.
The Florida Supreme Court signed off Thursday on Gov. Ron DeSantis’ request to impanel a grand jury to investigate COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers for potential wrongdoing.
In DeSantis’ petition to establish the grand jury, he argued that a Florida Department of Health analysis “found an increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related deaths among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination.”
Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are the two manufacturers of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.
“A statewide grand jury shall be promptly impaneled for a term of twelve calendar months, to run from the date of impanelment, with jurisdiction throughout the State of Florida, to investigate crime, return indictments, make presentments, and otherwise perform all functions of a grand jury with regard to the offenses stated herein,” the court order read.
Legal Insurrection readers may recall that Great Barrington Declaration author and Stanford School of Medicine Professor Jay Bhattacharya was invited by Twitter CEO Elon Musk to review the Twitter Files on Covid.
He has also been invited to be part of a special advisory panel organized by Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo.
In addition to the petition for a grand jury, DeSantis announced the creation of a new health advisory committee in the state, called the Public Health Integrity Committee, to be led by Ladapo, with board members to include:
- Jay Bhattacharya, MD, PhD
- Martin Kuldorff, PhD
- Tracy Beth Høeg, MD, PhD
- Joseph Fraiman, MD
- Christine Stabell Benn, MD, PhD
- Bret Weinstein, PhD
- Steven Templeton, PhD
Florida’s surgeon general announced that the University of Florida will be assisting him in researching the effects of the covid vaccination.
The Florida grand jury will convene for a year.
DeSantis’ request argues that pharmaceutical companies had a financial interest in creating a climate in which people believed that getting a coronavirus vaccine would ensure they couldn’t spread the virus to others.
Statewide grand juries, usually comprised of 18 people, can investigate criminal activity and issue indictments but also examine systemic problems in Florida and make recommendations. Recent panels have tackled immigration issues and school safety.
The grand jury will meet for one year.
Between the Twitter files and the new research, it will be fascinating to compare the findings to the original covid claims a year from now.DONATE
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