New law in Brazil threatens to Imprison People for Refusing Mandatory COVID Vaccination
Panic and paranoia about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is apparently still a thing in the South American country of Brazil where politicians have proposed several new bills that aim to fine and imprison the unvaccinated.
Proposed law PL 5555 2020 would make it so that Brazilian citizens could be imprisoned for up to eight years for refusing to roll up their sleeve for an experimental gene therapy injection. The same penalty of between 2-8 years of prison time would also extend to those caught spreading “fake news” about the jabs.
“This is completely insane. This is a nightmare,” said journalist Karina Michelin at a recent Children’s Health Defense (CHD) roundtable event about the bills – watch the video below:
“This is a nightmare.” Under proposed law PL 5555 2020, Brazilian citizens could be imprisoned for 2-8 years for refusing mandatory vaccination.
The same penalty is incurred by anyone who disseminates ‘fake news’ regarding vaccines or their effectiveness.