Throughout the country, people are being coerced to surrender control over their bodies and medical privacy. Supposedly free Americans are being told that their right to work, travel, shop, and congregate will be severely abridged if they don’t inject a foreign substance into their bodies. Our society is quickly being divided into vaccinated and unvaccinated, with the latter facing discrimination if they don’t comply.
Tell the Senate GOP Leadership team that it’s time for lawmakers to come back to Boise to address this medical madness. Senate Pro Tem Chuck Winder, Majority Leader Kelly Anthon, Assistant Majority Leader Abby Lee, and Caucus Chair Mark Harris need to hear from you now!
This is about basic human rights, protected by our country’s founding documents. It is the proper role of government to act in the interest of protecting those rights.
Compelling someone to inject something into their bodies is a form of assault. Ordering people to disclose their medical status is an invasion of privacy. These are tangible issues for lawmakers to deliberate, and time is running short to do so.
It’s time for Winder, Anthon, Lee, and Harris to demonstrate leadership on issues of growing concern for Idahoans. Tell them to not delay any longer. It’s time for the Legislature to get back to work.
Petition: Urge Senate GOP Majority Leadership to bring lawmakers back to Boise.
Idaho Freedom Action released Monday a new video ad taking on leftist indoctrination at all levels of Idaho’s education system.
Idaho Freedom Action has been battling the leftist takeover of education during the 2021 legislative session. For example, the group helped defeat the higher education budget, which would have allowed campus communists to continue teaching college students to hate treasured American values.
Idaho Freedom Action Vice President Dustin Hurst released the following statement in response to Gov. Brad Little’s plan to veto House Bill 135 and Senate Bill 1136:
“Idahoans sent lawmakers to Boise this January with one mandate: Rein in the power of the executive branch.
“Residents from across the state recognized that Gov. Brad Little has abused the power and authority of his office in the name of public safety. In an indefinitely-extended state of emergency, the executive branch unilaterally overtook legislative duties, like allocating billions of taxpayer dollars. The executive branch took control over all aspects of Idahoans’ daily lives. As a result of the governor’s actions, families and businesses suffered.
“Lawmakers, thankfully, took action. They passed House Bill 135 and Senate Bill 1136 to protect Idahoans’ rights to freely gather, worship, and work. These popular bills were thoughtfully crafted to trim executive power while still allowing the state to respond properly to emergencies and disasters.
“Both bills passed by veto-proof majorities, a testament to their popularity among lawmakers.
“Today, in an embarrassingly tone deaf press conference, Little announced his plan to veto the two measures. Anyone who reads the actual bills can clearly see Little’s concerns about Idaho being unable to respond to natural disasters are simply untrue.
“In reality, the governor is desperately clinging to power after this stinging rebuke by lawmakers. His vetoes mean future governors would be able extend emergencies indefinitely with no legislative oversight.
“Idahoans tired of Little’s overreach need to be heard right now. Sign the Idaho Freedom Action petition here to urge lawmakers to override the governor’s vetoes on these two bills.”
Senators and representatives: Override Gov. Little's vetoes
The Idaho House will vote Thursday on Senate Bill 1193, a proposal that would give $6 million to a leftist nonprofit that teaches social justice to toddlers.
Remember, this bill failed by a single vote in the Idaho Senate. We cannot let that happen again.
Below is the lawmaker contact action list. The lawmakers below need to hear from you right now. They need to know that this grant flies in the face of the Idaho values we hold near and dear.
Simply click on a lawmaker’s name in the list below, visit his or her petition page, review the pre-filled petition language, and click submit. The process takes roughly 20 seconds for each House member.