New Bill Would Finally Allow Americans to Sue Big Pharma for Vaccine Injuries

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Based on thorough analysis, some experts believe the COVID-19 vaccines may have injured millions of Americans and killed tens or even hundreds of thousands. Thanks to an immunity shield that Congress passed for pharmaceutical companies back in 2005, none of these vaccine-injured people have any recourse to sue Pfizer or Moderna for their dangerous and experimental mRNA jabs. That could change soon, however. Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) has proposed a new bill that would take away Big Pharma’s liability shield.

Roy’s legislation is called the Let Injured Americans Be Legally Empowered Act or the LIABLE Act. If passed, the act would let Americans sue for civil damages after they took vaccines that were misleadingly promoted and forced on people through federal mandates.

The 2005 PREP Act gives pharmaceutical companies immunity “with respect to all claims for loss caused by, arising out of, relating to, or resulting from the administration to or the use by an individual of a covered countermeasure if [an emergency] declaration has been issued.” [emphasis added]

The COVID shots are a public health countermeasure that was covered by the PREP Act because they were issued under an emergency use authorization. As a result, no one can sue Pfizer or Moderna for damages, no matter how outrageously their rights were abused or how badly they were harmed by the shots.

Here’s just one example of how Pfizer and Moderna are protected by the PREP Act.

In the summer of 2021, a 14-year-old boy named Tanner Smith walked inside his North Carolina high school for a COVID test. (A test—not a vaccine.) The test site was also functioning as a vaccination clinic. The adults running the vax clinic told the boy he needed a COVID vaccine. He told them that he had only come in for a test, not a vaccine.

They called Tanner’s mother, but she didn’t answer the phone. They made no effort to talk to Tanner’s stepdad, who was waiting in the car outside.

“Give it to him anyway,” said one of the ghouls running the clinic. So, they forced a child to take the vaccine without parental consent or knowledge.

In 2022, Tanner and his parents sued their county board of education and the clinic organizers that medically raped him for battery and violating their state and constitutional rights. In February 2023, a North Carolina judge dismissed the case with prejudice, so it cannot be refiled again under any circumstance. An appeals court unanimously upheld the decision.

The adults in charge violated a 14-year-old boy’s rights in the most outrageous ways imaginable, but there’s no way that they can sue for damages to prevent this from ever happening to someone else. Federal courts in Oklahoma and Kansas have issued similar rulings in cases where people were administered the COVID jabs without their knowledge or consent. An Oklahoma woman went in for a flu shot, and a Walgreens employee gave a COVID shot. In Kansas, a Walmart pharmacist jabbed a small child without her mother’s knowledge or consent. None of these people are allowed to sue for damages. They weren’t even hurt by the jabs.

Imagine the damages that performers like Celine Dion and Justin Bieber would be able to sue for. Both singers suffered career-ending injuries after taking the jabs. They’ll lose hundreds of millions of dollars between the two of them over lost wages because they can no longer perform on stage.

The LIABLE Act would finally give people recourse to sue the negligent vaccine manufacturers for the incredible harm that they’ve done. As author, Daniel Horowitz asked on The Blaze, “Should a product that is completely funded, marketed, monopolized, and then mandated by the government be less liable than Toyota is for its airbags?”

The answer should be obvious to most Americans.