More and more Republican candidates and incumbents pledge support for pulling COVID-19 vaccines off the market

A growing number of Republican hopefuls and incumbents have publicly pledged their support for pulling Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines off the market. This number includes 26 GOP candidates and incumbent officials in 11 states.

Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, a Texas health practitioner and founder of the Coalition for Health Freedom, spearheaded the movement on her personal account on social media platform X, formerly Twitter. Bowden has urged voters to demand transparency from political candidates regarding their position on removing the COVID-19 vaccine from the market and their commitment to refusing campaign contributions from pharmaceutical companies.

“Want to help? It’s primary season. Let’s replace the politicians who aren’t protecting their constituents. Ask your representatives… publicly whether they stand with 17,000+ doctors to support pulling the COVID-19 shots off the market,” Bowden posted.

David Lowe, a combat veteran and a Texas State Representative hopeful, has joined the movement against COVID-19 vaccines on the market. He believes that the enforcement of injections without accurate information has resulted in one of the greatest blunders in modern medical history.

“This whole episode has been a dark blotch on our country and there needs to be change and that starts with our elected representatives,” Lowe stated.

Similarly, John Perez, running for the House District 133 seat in Texas, has pledged not to accept donations from Big Pharma. Perez attributed the influence of pharmaceutical companies on the political system to government overreach.


“I pledge right here and right now that I have not and will not accept donations or in-kind contributions from Big Pharma PACs or Big Pharma companies. It comes down to individual choice and freedom—not the bottom line of big drug companies enabled by egregious government overreach,” Perez replied to Bowden on X.

Candidates in New Hampshire, Kentucky and Florida have also joined, with more expected to follow suit.

Most Republican voters still concerned about potential health risks of COVID vaccines

The most recent polls weighing so-called “vaccine skepticism” among potential voters note that, before 2020, polls showed little overall difference along partisan lines on issues related to vaccination.

But since the COVID-19 vaccines emerged, Republican voters have expressed the most concern regarding these so-called vaccines. One survey conducted by Politico with market research firm Morning Consult found that 51 percent of Republicans care more about the potential health risks associated with the vaccines, while 49 percent care more about the potential health benefits.

Meanwhile, Democrats and independents care more about the potential health benefits of the vaccines, with 76 percent of Democrats and 59 percent of independents answering so on the survey. Only 24 percent of Democrats and 41 percent of independents care more about the potential health risks with the COVID-19 vaccines.

This discrepancy can be seen in who is getting the most recent COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. A Gallup survey conducted from late November to early December found that only 29 percent of respondents have gotten the latest boosters, 20 percent said they plan to get the booster in the future and the majority of U.S. adults – 51 percent – do not plan on getting the updated shot.

Among those who got the vaccine, 48 percent said they identified as Democrats, compared to just 10 percent who said they were Republicans.

Of those who do not plan to get the latest COVID-19 vaccine, 27 percent said their main reason for not doing so was having a prior coronavirus infection and believing they have an immunity to the infection. The second most common reason was concern over the safety of the vaccines.

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Watch Dr. Joseph Ladapo explain how the COVID-19 pandemic eroded trust in federal public health agencies in this interview with Veronika Kyrylenko of the New American magazine.

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