made by the Clark County Republican Party

WHEREAS the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the natural “right of the people to be secure in their persons,” and

WHEREAS the Ninth and Fourteenth Amendments protect the fundamental right to bodily integrity, and

WHEREAS Article 1 Section 7 of the Constitution of Washington State states that “No person shall be disturbed in his private affairs,” and

WHEREAS the Nuremburg Code was adopted by all signatory countries, stating “The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential,” and which defined the conditions required to obtain informed consent, and

WHEREAS a person is only secure and undisturbed in their private affairs if allowed to voluntarily consent or refuse a medical intervention, product, or procedure, while in the absence of coercion, and

WHEREAS a mandate of a medical intervention, product, or procedure is coercion, and violates informed consent, and

WHEREAS the tenets of informed consent were not codified to be discarded in times of emergency, whether declared or perceived, but were in fact developed from grave lessons learned during such times, and were intended to protect people during such times, and

WHEREAS the four principles of medical ethics, being 1) respect for bodily autonomy, 2) beneficence, 3) nonmaleficence (do no harm), and 4) justice, and the tenets of informed consent are imperative in the practice of medicine and health care, and

WHEREAS during the prolonged state of emergency for COVID-19, government officials and agencies enacted mandates that violated informed consent, the right to earn a living (through firings), the right to privacy (tracking and tracing), and medical ethics, while also inciting private enterprises to adopt the same mandates, and

WHEREAS medical interventions, products, and procedures are marketed and lobbied for by a for-profit health care industry that reaps billions of dollars in profits annually and has more registered lobbyists than any other industry, and

WHEREAS, unlike any other industry, the health care industry (e.g., medical, pharmaceutical, public health agencies, etc.) enjoys immunity from liability for injuries and loss for many products and procedures, where liability is thrust onto the people via the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) and the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP),

THEREFORE, be it resolved that The Clark County Republican Party (CCRP) finds that any emergency order, proclamation, directive, executive order, ordinance or law that mandates medical interventions, products, or procedures, or tracking and tracing of individuals is coercive, violates informed consent, is unconstitutional, and will be challenged, and

THEREFORE, be it further resolved that the CCRP is opposed to the emergency powers of unelected Local Health Officers, as described in WAC 246-100-040, that allow for involuntary isolation and quarantine of individuals through police action, and

THEREFORE, be it finally resolved that the CCRP will only seek to endorse candidates who agree with this resolution, who pledge to strengthen informed consent, and will work to prevent and remove mandates for medical interventions, products, and procedures.

Resolution proposed to the Clark County Washington Republican Central Committee.

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