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TFVC Was DENIED Entry to the Texas Democrat Convention

Vaccine choice, medical liberty, and informed consent aren’t partisan issues. All Texans should be able to make their own vaccine decisions without pressure from their employers, schools, the government, or anyone else. 

Texans for Vaccine Choice has always thought that these issues are something everyone can champion, regardless of where they fall along party lines. However, the Texas Democrat Party seems to disagree. 

As a reminder, despite being granted a booth at the Democrat state conventions in 2016 and 2018, TFVC’s application to do the same was denied for their 2020 convention because our mission was not in line with their platform. 

Most recently, TFVC’s application to exhibit at the 2024 Texas Democrat Convention this summer in El Paso was denied AGAIN “because of the high number of booth requests and the limited expo hall space…”

How are TFVC’s values of body autonomy, corporate accountability, and consumer safety at all partisan issues? We have worked diligently over the last 9 years to build bridges with fact-based education with the Texas Democrats, only to be met with continual resistance and closed minds.

Even in the wake of the massive spotlight on agency capture and Big Pharma influence in every level of government that our country has witnessed over the last 4 years, the Texas Democrat Party remains unmoved on the issues of vaccine safety. Texans for Vaccine Choice is appalled at their apathy and lack of compassion for the individuals we represent who are struggling daily with the often catastrophic realities of vaccine injury.

Texans for Vaccine Choice remains steadfast in our commitment to defend medical liberty and advocate for informed consent despite facing unwarranted obstacles from partisan entities. It is imperative that all voices are heard and that no one is ever coerced into unwanted medical procedures.

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