Red State Passes Bill to Oppose Globalists at WHO, UN, WEF

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(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) The Louisiana Senate unanimously passed a bill on March 26, 2024, that would bar the three leading globalist organizations — the World Health Organization, the United Nations and the World Economic Forum — from exerting power in and over the state.

Senate Bill 133 stated that it would ensure that the globalist organizations would “have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana.”

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The proposed law that was authored by Republican state Sens. Valarie Hodges and Thomas A. Pressly and state Rep. Kathy Edmonston would further prohibit Louisiana and all governmental entities in the state from implementing or enforcing rules, regulations, fees, tax policies or “mandate[s] of any kind” that are connected to the globalist organizations, Blaze Media reported.

SB133 “comes after years of attempts to secure our state sovereignty from the overreaching hands of the WHO, UN, and WEF,” according to Hodges who represents District 13.

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