Todd Starnes:

I couldn’t believe that Representative Keller PA voted for this!  I contacted his office by phone and email to register a very strong complaint re his unconscionable vote for more Government control of our lives!  With friends like this, who needs enemies?  The Government has no right whatsoever to know our vaccine status via a data base.  What’s next, a gun registry?

Eighty ** House Republicans ** voted with Democrats to pass the Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act, which would fund a federal vaccination database, Breitbart News first reported.

We have listed all of the Republicans who supported the measure below – along with links to their email addresses.

“The text specifically outlines an expansion of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Public Health Department capabilities and the ability for state and local health departments, as well as public and private health care providers, to share health data with the federal government,” Breitbart reported.

READER Comments:

All of them have to go. We need to primary everyone who voted to fund a federal vaccine database next year and not a moment later. Fitting how Dan Crenshaw claims to be against vaccine mandates yet would vote to support something like this. Hopefully Jameson Ellis, a true America First candidate, can build momentum and take him out come March 1.

Everyone who reads this article and has a RINO rep listed should write to them expressing their outrage at their betrayal, and also should help groom and support a steel-spined Conservative to primary them out of existence. Keep in mind, these RINOs are obeying the lobbyists and big-money donors. Their only fear is losing reelection–which they know will happen if enough voters are mad at them. The political saying is, “If you get one letter on an issue, that’s a kook. Two letters is a trend. Three letters is the will of your base.” Make it clear, with THOUSANDS of emails, that “the will of their base” is to throw them out of office unless they toe the Conservative line, as they promised they would when we elected them.