Source: Renee Nal

It boggles the mind to consider the many ways the power-hungry Democrats could turn such a database into a weapon.

Eighty House Republicans voted to pass H.R. 550 on Tuesday. The Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act would fund a federal vaccination database. The bill now moves to the Senate.

Back in August, Covid Czar Jeff Zients explicitly stated that “[T]here will be no federal vaccination database.” “As with all other vaccines, the information gets held at the state and local level,” he continued. But the federal government also assured Americans that they were not planning on imposing a vaccine mandate, which turned out to be a blatant lie.

Four Republicans co-sponsored the bill: Larry Bucshon (R-IN), James Baird (R-IN), David McKinley (R-WV), and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA). Breitbart pointed out that “[N]ot one Democrat voted in opposition to the bill.”

RAIR Foundation USA reported on Tuesday that the Biden Team is “pulling out all the stops” to fight the Omicron variant, including a massive booster shot pressure campaign. Zients and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki both stated that vaccine mandates for domestic travel are “on the table.”

Would the federal government abuse a federal vaccination database? Would they use it to vilify those who choose not to get a vaccine? Would it be expanded to include other personal health information? It boggles the mind to consider the many ways the power-hungry Democrats could turn such a database into a weapon.

Nine of the same GOP members of Congress also voted to pass the deceptively-named infrastructure spending bill last month. See the full list, with those who also voted for the infrastructure bill in bold and linked to their Twitter pages:

  1. Don Bacon
  2. James Baird, 
  3. Jim Banks, 
  4. Andy Barr, 
  5. Gus Bilirakis, 
  6. Larry Bucshon, 
  7. Michael Burgess, 
  8. Jerry Carl, 
  9. Earl Carter, 
  10. John Carter, 
  11. Liz Cheney, 
  12. Tom Cole, 
  13. James Comer, 
  14. Dan Crenshaw, 
  15. John Curtis, 
  16. Rodney Davis, 
  17. Mario Diaz-Balart, 
  18. Neal Dunn, 
  19. Brian Fitzpatrick
  20. Chuck Fleischmann, 
  21. Jeff Fortenberry, 
  22. Carlos Gimenez, 
  23. Tony Gonzales
  24. Anthony Gonzalez, 
  25. Sam Graves, 
  26. Brett Guthrie, 
  27. Jaime Herrera Beutler, 
  28. French Hill, 
  29. Ashley Hinson, 
  30. Richard Hudson, 
  31. Bill Huizenga, 
  32. Chris Jacobs, 
  33. Bill Johnson, 
  34. David Joyce, 
  35. John Joyce, 
  36. John Katko
  37. Fred Keller, 
  38. Young Kim, 
  39. Adam Kinzinger
  40. David Kustoff, 
  41. Darin LaHood, 
  42. Debbie Lesko, 
  43. Julia Letlow, 
  44. Billy Long, 
  45. Frank Lucas, 
  46. Blaine Luetkemeyer, 
  47. Kevin McCarthy, 
  48. Michael McCaul, 
  49. Lisa McClain, 
  50. Patrick McHenry, 
  51. David McKinley
  52. Peter Meijer, 
  53. Mariannette Miller-Meeks, 
  54. Blake Moore, 
  55. Gregory Murphy, 
  56. Dan Newhouse, 
  57. Burgess Owens, 
  58. Steven Palazzo, 
  59. Gary Palmer, 
  60. Greg Pence, 
  61. Tom Reed
  62. Guy Reschenthaler, 
  63. Cathy Rodgers, 
  64. Hal Rogers, 
  65. Mike Rogers, 
  66. Maria Salazar, 
  67. David Schweikert, 
  68. Chris Smith, 
  69. Lloyd Smucker, 
  70. Pete Stauber, 
  71. Chris Stewart, 
  72. Glenn Thompson, 
  73. Michael Turner, 
  74. Fred Upton
  75. Ann Wagner, 
  76. Brad Wenstrup, 
  77. Bruce Westerman, 
  78. Joe Wilson, 
  79. Steve Womack, 
  80. Don Young