Tennessee Senate Passes Bill to Ban Vaccines from Food Supply

Lawmakers in the Republican-led Tennessee Senate have just passed a bill that seeks to ban vaccines from the state’s food supply. In a landmark vote, state lawmakers passed HB1894 on Thursday.

The legislation would redefine the term “drug” within the state’s legal code to include food products containing vaccines or vaccine materials.

The bill now awaits the signature of Tennessee’s Republican Gov. Bill Lee, WSMV reported.

The legislation comes amid growing concerns about the national food supply being spiked with vaccines.

Supporters and opponents of such plans view the food supply as a way to vaccinate the public without their knowledge or consent.

The bill specifically targets research that explores the possibility of embedding vaccines into food items, according to the Gateway Pundit.

The idea of tainting America’s food with vaccines has increasingly become a subject of discussion in scientific circles.

During the debate in the Senate, proponents of the bill cited research from the University of California Riverside (UCR).

Source: Slay News