Michigan Legislator Paquette Follows Florida Ladapo’s Lead, Wants Answers from Michigan Health Director

In what may be a sign of things to come, Michigan State Rep. Brad Paquette is echoing concerns raised by Florida Surgeon General Joseph A. Ladapo regarding the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine.

Ladapo released a report last week that raised concerns over risks associated with the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine.

One of the most concerning findings in the report was that the Surgeon General’s office found an increased risk of cardiac-related deaths for men aged 18-39.

Ladapo faced criticism from the medical community, the media, and politicians for his report but said that Florida will “not be silent” on the truth.

Twitter took down Ladapo’s post announcing the results of the report, then put the Tweet back up after coming under fire for censorship.

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Just a week after Ladapo’s report, legislators across the United States are demanding accountability at the state and federal level.

Florida Jolt received a copy of a letter that State Representative Brad Paquette, R-Mi. penned to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director, Elizabeth Hertel.

The letter highlights research done by Ladapo and requests that Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services considers his research when advertising the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine.

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“Advertisements such as those disseminated by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), make no mention of any critical research conducted to cross-examine vaccine efficacy and safety.” Paquette said in the letter.

The letter, which was signed by fifteen of Michigan’s State Representatives, also decries Twitter’s censorship of Dr. Ladapo.

“Social media companies such as Twitter removed Dr. Ladapo’s findings from their platforms. It should concern all medical experts, regardless of politica affiliation, that evidence outside of the mainstream regarding the COVID-19 vaccine is being censored on social media.” Paquette said.

Ladapo has responded to criticism from the media and other medical experts, saying that other studies have shown an increase in the risk of myocarditis as a result of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Ron Desantis’ opponent, Democratic Gubernatorial nominee Charlie Crist, called Ladapo a “quack” on Twitter and said that he was a “partisan ideologue” after the report was released.

Representative Paquette posted to Twitter regarding the letter on Thursday morning, saying that the MDHHS needs to “mention the science, not censor data that disrupts the mainstream narratives.”

Florida Jolt contacted the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for comment and has not received a response at the time of the publication of this article.


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