Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed an order prohibiting all vaccine mandates state-wide, including at private firms, arguing that while he is in favor of the inoculations, they must never be forced on people against their will.

Abbott’s executive order states that “no entity in Texas can compel receipt of a Covid-19 vaccine by any individual who objects to such vaccination” for whatever reason – whether that be religious-based objections, medical concerns or other reasons of “personal conscience” – threatening a fine of up to $1,000 for violators.

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The order invokes the state’s Covid-19 emergency management plan, which allows for fines of up to $1,000 for those who fail to comply with its measures.

While the plan itself also sets out a maximum 180-day jail sentence, Abbott noted that jail time is “not an available penalty” for violating Monday’s executive order.

However, in a separate missive to the Texas legislature, Abbott also urged lawmakers to craft a bill similar to his own executive order, hoping to codify the measure into law rather than merely rely on executive authority.

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In June, Abbott also signed legislation that threatened to revoke licenses and operating permits from businesses that require customers to be vaccinated, effectively barring what the governor called mandatory “vaccine passports”.

Texas is open 100%, and we want to make sure people and citizens have the freedom to go where you want without specific Covid-19 limitations. Bribery and extortion do not belong in our democracy.

Abbott’s moves against vaccine mandates mirror similar efforts taken by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, among the country’s most vocal opponents of such requirements.

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Last month, DeSantis threatened fines of up to $5,000 for any state agency that requires vaccination as a condition for employment, insisting that in Florida, vaccines will remain “available for all but mandatory for none.”

In addition to barring vaccine ‘passports’ for both state and private agencies, the governor has also prohibited mask mandates in a number of settings, including in public schools, kicking off a heated legal battle.

Most people agree with Governor Abbott and hope the effing Biden Administration quits dumping illegal Haitians on his State of Texas.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2021.

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Jed Grover
Jed Grover
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12-10-21 12:03

I’m considering moving to Texas and possibly further south away from this democratic, militarized oligarchic mafia.

MeTX1979
MeTX1979
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12-10-21 12:04

What about it people work for hospitals or Doctors offices here in TX, What if they work Federal Jobs here in TX ????

Domino
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12-10-21 12:07

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JABEDA
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12-10-21 12:15

Biden has F-15’s and Nukes, Texas has and makes F35’s, F16’s and Nukes. Texas wins.

RD-Plandemic
RD-Plandemic
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12-10-21 12:06

Damn, something is being done right, the shill bots are in full bot mode right now getting their own garbage comments up-voted. Great job Abbot! Lets go Texas!