There might only be five Democrats left in the Wyoming legislature, but they are the five most powerful Democrats in the country.
In many respects, Wyoming is the reddest state in America, given the sheer margin of victory Republicans consistently attain in presidential elections. Yet nearly three years into biomedical martial law, the 57-5 and 29-2 GOP majorities in the state legislature have failed to limit a single power of the health department to impose medical martial law on human beings, despite everything we know about the failure of the countermeasures and the vaccines.
After failing to limit the governor’s lockdown powers one iota during the past two sessions, Wyoming House members now killed the final chance this session to end biomedical mandates on our bodies. As I reported last week, HB66 is really a very moderate bill. It does not call for the state department of health to recommend against masks and shots, as Florida has done. It simply bans all mandates of vaccines, testing, and masks, which even a fool should realize by now have failed us.
Last week in committee, legislators watered down the bill to only apply to the COVID shots and stripped the bill of a criminal penalty as an enforcement mechanism. The bill’s sponsor, Jeanette Ward, added a civil penalty as a compromise when it was brought to the floor last week, and it initially passed the committee of the whole 31-29. But on Monday, Rep. Barry Crago added a poison amendment to the bill requiring the state to cover $847 million in Medicare and Medicaid funding that members were scared into believing the feds would yank if the bill passed.
Throughout the floor debate, the RINOs asserted that the bill would contradict the CMS mandate requiring masks and vaccines in medical facilities and that failure to comply would result in funding losses.
Mind you, Florida doesn’t seem to have this problem, and even the feds are winding down the mandate, so there is no credible threat of shutting off funds. However, all these members who had no problem spending billions on failed, tyrannical, and dangerous COVID measures suddenly became fiscal conservatives. The poison amendment adding that fake spending into the bill passed 36-25.
Then, with the new spending in the bill, suddenly a bill advocating for human life, freedom, and dignity became an issue of a spending bill, so Crago’s subterfuge worked in killing the bill. It failed 29-32-1. Speaker Albert Sommers voted on the side of medical tyranny.
Thus, even though there are only five Democrats in the entire chamber, they were able to work with a small minority of Republicans to constitute a majority against the most basic protection of our freedoms. The hearts, minds, and eyes of these legislators were closed throughout the entire debate to the harms of the shots that even federal officials concede at this point.
Heck, even Pfizer concedes that the shots are being used to create mutant variants in an endless circuitous cycle of gain-of-function pathogens and vaccine development.
\u201cFriday at 8pm, @pfizer admitted they are creating variants of the virus, and almost everyone ignored it. Meanwhile YouTube continues to ban the video that forced Pfizer to make this disclosure.\nhttps://t.co/Y0Zi3cPaFa\u201d— Thomas Massie (@Thomas Massie) 1675164885
Perhaps their hearts are so hardened because they are on the take from Big Pharma. A quick search of the Wyoming campaign finance website shows an almost perfect lineup of the members who opposed medical freedom with those who took checks from the medical cartel. During the 2022 election cycle, the following legislators received money from Wyoming Hospital Association PAC:
- Allred, $500
- Brown, $500
- Chadwick, $500
- Crago, $500
- Harshman, $500
- Larson, Lloyd, $500
- Niemiec, $500
- Newsome, $500
- Nicholas, $500
- Nothrup, $500
- Washut, $500
- Zwonitzer, Dan, $500
- Zwonitzer, Dave, $500
The following Reps took money from Wyoming Medical PAC:
- Allred, $1000
- Berger, $500
- Brown, $500
- Crago, $1000 (remember, the one who brought the poison pill amendment)
- Newsome, $1500
- Niemiec, $1000
- Sommers, $1000
- Zwonitzer, Dan, $500
And these are the reps who took money from Pfizer PAC in 2020:
- Brown, $400
- Eklund, $150
- Henderson, $150
- Lloyd Larsen, $200
- Newsome, $200
- Olsen, $200
- Walters, $200
- Western, $400
- Zwonitzer, Dan, $400
Largely, the loudest names in support of mandates, such as Zwonitzer and Crago, were the ones who took money from the medical cartel. Receiving money from Pfizer, especially after their admission of gain-of-function work, should be tantamount to taking money from Planned Parenthood in Republican circles.
Shockingly, Rep. Dan Zwonitzer, R-Cheyenne, the chairman of the committee, invoked pro-life rhetoric in defense of killing the bill. Describing his concern of losing federal funding as a game of chicken, he warned, “Is it fair or right? I don’t know, but you don’t risk people’s lives.”
“We can’t afford to be playing with this many people’s lives that are in hospitals, in critical health care facilities,” he added.
So, let’s get this straight. Mandating what is already proven to be a dangerous and infective shot on human beings is not playing chicken with their lives, but a theoretical and unlikely risk of losing federal funds is? You have a right to federal funds but not to bodily autonomy from Joseph Mengele-level experimentation and to breathe freely without covering your mouth and nose?
It’s also quite bizarre that they would be so scared of federal funding losses that they would fail to protect bedrock freedoms, even when then feds themselves are retreating. As Rep. John Bear, R-Gillette, chairman of the state freedom caucus, observed, “This reminds of an abused spouse. At some point we have to have the courage to do the right thing.”
To be fair, I don’t think they were really concerned about federal funds. They downright support tyranny because they are tied at the hip to Big Pharma. Why else would they refuse to even compromise? If they were truly scared of the CMS mandate, they would just have taken out the hospital provision from the bill and at least prohibited the mandates everywhere else, especially in schools. To this day, there is nothing prohibiting the barbaric and primitive practice of masking children in the state of Wyoming.
Let’s not forget that it was in Cheyenne where we witnessed the appalling arrest of 16-year old Grace Smith for not wearing a mask. This was in October 2021, a year and a half after we should have realized how wrong this policy was, yet it was still ubiquitous in a state like Wyoming. Even after this incident, the mask mandates were extended, and the RINO governor and legislature refused to act to overturn them. They could still come back at any moment.
During the debate after first reading, Rep. Jerry Obermuller, R-Casper, even invoked the smallpox shot, referencing a story from his father in which a pastor called the vaccine a “gift from God.” How that applies to a shot that is now a gift from hell and damages every organ system is beyond me, but either way, this bill is about mandates. Since when do we force our conception of gifts of God on other people?
This is what passes as conservatism in Wyoming. In reality, they are all addicted to federal funding and pharma funding, which is why they could win all 62 seats in that chamber and it won’t matter. There are no Republicans and Democrats; there are only Pfizercrats.Wyoming is just one more item on the checkout counter we can add to “brought to you by Pfizer.”