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U.S. Representative Mark Green (R-TN-07) said he will co-sponsor legislation that U.S. Representative Diana Harshbarger (R-TN-01) filed titled the Natural Immunity is Real Act.

The bill, if enacted into law, would require federal agencies to consider naturally acquired immunity from a previous COVID infection when issuing any rules or regulations aimed at protecting from COVID-19.

Green announced this in an emailed newsletter to his constituents on Thursday.

“It’s past time for federal agencies to take into account naturally acquired immunity and read the science,” Green wrote.

Harshbarger, in a press release last month, said ample scientific evidence from numerous peer-reviewed studies shows that natural immunity from a previous COVID-19 infection is effective, durable and long-lasting.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Harshbarger went on to say, has already acknowledged natural immunity for measles, chickenpox, and many other viruses.

“I’ve always said we need to use all the clinical tools as protection and treatment options to combat COVID-19. However, my bill is a necessary and timely legislative action resulting from President [Joe] Biden’s continued politicization of COVID-19, which continues to create deep divisions among Americans, such as when he chillingly said his national vaccine mandate requirements are ‘not about freedom or personal choice,’” Harshbarger said in the press release.

“Now more than ever, we need to pursue every scientific measure — such as natural immunity — that can help mitigate the pandemic without threatening people’s jobs, our economy, or denying Americans access to everyday life activities based on COVID-19 vaccination status.”

Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced the Senate version of the bill, according to Harshbarger’s press release.

Green last week traveled to Oxford, England to meet with members of the United Kingdom Parliament to address lingering “raw emotions” over Biden’s exit from Afghanistan. He said Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan was shameful and hurt America’s longstanding political alliance with Britain. Green also scolded Biden for his “refusal to take [British Prime Minister] Boris Johnson’s phone call for 48 hours.”

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Chris Butler is an investigative journalist at The Tennessee Star. Follow Chris on Facebook. Email tips to [email protected]





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Jen Shahs Former Employee Says Star Threw a Chili Bowl at Him

Bravo Jen Shah.

It’s not so shah-mazing when you work for Jen Shah.

In the new Hulu documentary, “The Housewife and The Shah Shocker,” which chronicles the legal accusations against the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star, Shah’s former employee and designer, Koa Johnson, alleged that she threw a chili bowl at him in November 2020. According to Johnson, Shah was furious because she didn’t feel “prepared” for the reunion when she threw the bowl at him.

“Every scene, she’s screaming. And in real life, there are moments when she’s always screaming,” Johnson said in the documentary. “She’s actually worse off-screen.”

Johnson also said, “At that point, I was so exhausted. I was not sleeping. In Polynesian culture, we argue, we scream at each other. But it comes from a loving place. When I got yelled at [by] Jen, there was nothing for me to really learn. It was not going to get better at a certain point, no matter what I did.”

The new documentary comes after Shah was charged in March 2021 with federal crimes for an alleged telemarketing scheme. Shah’s assistant, Stuart Smith, was also charged, and recently plead guilty to those charges. Shah’s trial is set to take place in March 2022.

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This past March, there was audio leaked of Shah yelling at Johnson, an experience he later told Page Six was “traumatizing.”

“There was a delay on the fabric, which was on her part,” Johnson claimed as she explained what Shah was yelling at him for. “I was waiting for her to get all the money transferred over to the credit card for it to be purchased. That process even delayed it more.”

Johnson also told the outlet at the time, “I have to speak my truth and hope that if there’s anybody else that is working in a hostile work environment, that they will come out and speak out about it.”

Shah’s Arrest Was Captured on This Season of ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ View this post on Instagram

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Not only was Shah arrested, but the arrest was caught on camera while they were filming this season of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.” While the cast was getting ready to leave for their cast trip to Vail, Shah abruptly fled the scene, claiming that she had to go to the hospital because her husband had internal bleeding. Moments later, the FBI showed up to the parking lot, asking for Shah.

“We were all together, Jen was there,” Heather Gay explained during an August 2021 appearance on “Bravo’s Chat Room,” which was obtained by E! News at the time. “We were getting ready to leave for a cast trip, we were just sitting at Beauty Lab getting our last-minute things, making sure everything was squared away. And Jen had to leave, and then everything happened.”

Gay also added during her appearance, “I thought they were coming for me. I was terrified.”

Viewers can tune into new episodes of “The Real Housewies of Salt Lake City” every Sunday night at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Bravo.

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