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COVID-19 Vaccines Are the Real ‘Crimes Against Humanity,’ Texas Senator Says

COVID-19 Vaccines Are the Real ‘Crimes Against Humanity,' Texas Senator Says

In an appearance on Fox News Friday, Congressman Chip Roy (R-TX) called out U.S. health agencies and public health officials for what he described as “crimes against humanity.”

Roy is demanding data withheld from the American people by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on COVID hospitalizations and said people need to start acknowledging those injured by COVID vaccines and the devastating repercussions of questionable COVID policies.

“They want to sweep the facts under the rug,” Roy told Fox commentator Will Cain on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“The fact of the matter is, we’re looking at [Ukraine] and we’re talking about war crimes? I want to talk about the crimes against humanity that have been perpetrated by Anthony Fauci, CDC and the federal government against the American people. I want to talk about the dead Americans — people who had myocarditis, people who had a reaction to the vaccine.”

crime against humanity refers to a “category of crimes against international law which includes the most egregious violations of human dignity, committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack.



Roy continued:

“I want to talk about the Americans who have lost their jobs because of vaccine mandates, whether they’re military, healthcare workers or maybe a border patrol agent or federal worker who has been forced to lose their job if they didn’t take a jab.

“I want to talk about the children who can’t actually annunciate their words because they need speech therapy, or they have mental health issues, or we’ve got drug addicts — people who have died because they have mental health issues.

“I could go down list after list. When are we going to have accountability for Anthony Fauci?

“Look he’s missing right now for one reason and one reason only,” Roy said, referring to the sudden and noticeable absence of Fauci, chief medical advisor to the President, from the public eye. “Democrats are looking at the polls.”

Roy said it wasn’t dead Americans that made “Democrats move” or “Fauci go away”… it was the poll numbers.

Roy demands answers from CDC on wittheld COVID data

Congressman Roy, on March 4, sent a letter to Walensky demanding the CDC release data on COVID hospitalizations after a New York Times article reported the agency intentionally withheld data on hospitalization and vaccination status because it could be “misinterpreted.”

“I write to you seeking answers regarding troubling reports of your agency intentionally withholding data related to COVID-19 hospitalizations,” wrote Roy. “As recently reported by the New York Times, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention allegedly withheld data, such as data on COVID-19 hospitalizations by vaccination status, because agency personnel stated the data may be misinterpreted.”

Roy said if the accusations against the CDC are true, this “stunning revelation” further erodes the extreme lack of trust Americans have in the agency.

“Under your leadership, Americans have been rightly confused and exhausted by myriad policy reversals, politically motivated falsehoods, and bureaucratic overreach.”

As The Vault Project reported on March 6, Congressman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) has sent eight congressional inquiries to the CDC throughout the COVID pandemic in an effort to hold public health officials and agencies accountable for failing to provide accurate and timely information to the public for whom they work.

Walensky is one of the public health officials who has been non-compliant with his requests. To date, she has not answered a single inquiry.

CDC abruptly changes stance on COVID after dismal poll numbers

The CDC on Feb. 25 suddenly changed its recommendations on masks and social distancing after an internal memo commissioned by the Democratic Party provided advice for dealing with COVID policy.

The agency now suggests 70% of Americans can stop wearing masks and no longer need to socially distance or avoid indoor crowded spaces after broadening their criteria to determine whether masks are needed.

According to Jeffery Tucker, Founder and President of the Brownstone Institute, the memo was not epidemiology but politics, “most strongly illustrated by the idea that polling should make the difference as to whether a pathogen is pandemic or endemic.” Tucker said the constant incantation of “vaccines” has nothing to do with known data, which shows COVID vaccines have not stopped the spread of infection or minimized illness.