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VICTORY: Oklahoma Gov. Stitt signs law prohibiting GLOBALIST MANDATES in the Sooner State

•, Ramon Tomey

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, a Republican, has signed a law prohibiting mandates from globalist entities from being imposed in the Sooner State.

According to 100 Percent Fed Up, Stitt signed Senate Bill (SB) 426 – which takes effect immediately. It formally bans the enforcement of guidelines from globalist entities such as the United Nations (UN), the World Health Organization (WHO) under it, and the World Economic Forum (WEF).

"The WHO, the UN and the WEF have no jurisdiction in this state," SB 426 read. "The state and its political subdivisions – including but not limited to counties, cities, towns, precincts, water districts, school districts, school administrative units or quasi-public entities – shall not be compelled to engage in the enforcement of, or any collaboration with the enforcement of, any requirements or mandates issued by the WHO, the UN or the WEF."

"Any requirements or mandates issued by the WHO, the UN, or the WEF shall not be used in this state as a basis for action, nor to direct, order or otherwise impose, contrary to the constitution and laws of this state, any requirements whatsoever, including those for masks, vaccines or medical testing, or gather any public or private information about the state's citizens or residents, and shall have no force or effect in this state."

Stitt wrote in a post on X following the signing of SB 426: "We aren't buying what the WHO, WEF and UN are selling. We value our freedom – and that means keeping their agenda far away from Oklahoma."

"The bill comes as Republicans are expressing concerns that the World Health Assembly (WHA) may expand the powers of the WHO through a pandemic treaty that could pass as soon as this month," KTBS 3 wrote. Thankfully, advocates of health freedom can rest easy for now as talks to ratify the pandemic treaty have failed.