Welcome to MPVR PAC

Mississippi Patriots for Vaccine Rights PAC’s purpose is to promote and support medical freedom, including informed, voluntary consent in vaccine decision-making.

Your donations will financially support candidates who have shown commitment to our purpose, as well as campaigns to unseat those who have been a hindrance to our goals.

Wednesday | January 19th, 2022 | 9:30AM-4PM

Mississippi’s Republican lawmakers have failed to protect Mississippians, repeatedly demonstrating their loyalty to wealthy medical lobbies by killing EVERY MEDICAL FREEDOM BILL for the past decade.

Mississippi vaccine laws continue to remain the most draconian and inflexible in the U.S. and even in the world.

Let’s send a clear message:  
It is the right of ALL Mississippians, by God, to decide what is injected into our bodies and when, freely, without coercion or fear of retribution. Lawmakers should pass laws immediately to protect Mississippians from mandatory liability-free medicine.

PRE-REGISTER NOW FOR FREE AND BE COUNTED! It’s all about numbers and you are needed! Check out our optional fun registration merchandise add-ons and raffle chances.

9:30AM – Lobbying Appointments and Prayer Walking Kick-Off
1PM – Press Conference, Speakers, Demonstrating, Continued Lobbying Appointments.

To set up appointments with your legislators, accompanied by MPVR PAC leaders, please send either a FB Message from our event page HERE, or a text message to Cheryl Peeples, at 662-419-2111

** If you aren’t sure who your legislators are, please visit openstates.org and scroll down to enter your street address. All Mississippians have one state representative and one state senator.

ACTION ALERT! MS Governor Tate Reeves Nominates Pfizer Employee to State Board of Health

In November, Governor Tate Reeves nominated an obstetrician-gynecologist and a pharmacist to join the Mississippi State Board of Health. One of the nominees, Dr. Lee Ann Griffin, happens to also be an employee of Pfizer. (Read here) When lawmakers meet after Christmas, the MS Senate will be voting to confirm Governor Reeves’ nominees. Appointing a Pfizer employee is a conflict of interest and the people of Mississippi must do something to discourage this corrupt behavior immediately.


  1. Call, message, and email your senator TODAY. Do not wait until January!
    If you don’t have their contact information, you can call the capitol switchboard at (601) 359-3770.
  2. Ask for your your state senator by name. Let them know that you absolutely are opposed to Governor Reeves appointing an employee of the pharmaceutical industry to our State Board of Health because it is a conflict of interest! Our senators must VOTE NO to reject Dr Griffin, a Pfizer employee, as a member of our State Board of Health!

REMEMBER! These are State Senators and NOT U.S. Senators Roger Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith. To find your own state senator please CLICK HERE and enter your street address. Then, click on your State Senator for contact information.

Forward this information to everyone you know, share it on social media, and ask them also call today!

Mark Your Calendars!

This is your time to stand up and be counted for our children and the future of our country!

Saturday | October 9th, 2021 | 10AM-4PM
The Sillers Pedestrian Mall, Jackson MS

Demonstrations, Prayer Walk, Speakers, Live Music, Picnicking, Merch, Prizes, and more – details coming soon!

Make your reservations HERE.

Sign the petition calling for the termination of MS State Health Officer, Dr. Thomas Dobbs

“As a citizen of the state of Mississippi, I am calling for the termination of Dr. Thomas Dobbs as State Public Health Officer.

A State Health Officer should be held to the highest professional standard and able to effectively lead with integrity during a public health crisis. Throughout our state’s plight with COVID19, Dr. Thomas Dobbs has not demonstrated these characteristics. To the contrary, he has seemingly set the stage for public health to fail in the state of Mississippi.” 

In response to overwhelming outcry from Mississippi healthcare workers because of the current and impending Covid-19 restrictions, MPVR PAC is taking action to promote and support your medical freedom including, but not limited to, informed, voluntary consent in vaccine decision-making.

Empty Strollers by Bennett Magee
On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, hundreds of Mississippians gathered at the State Capitol to call on lawmakers to restore religious liberty in vaccine decision-making. Again, it fell on deaf ears.

God says, “At the time I have planned, I will bring justice against the wicked -Psalm 75:2

The Sillers Pedestrian Mall is the large outdoor grassy area between the Supreme Court and Sillers Buildings on Hig hStreet across from the Capitol in Jackson MS.

**Note the date. We will not be holding a rally in Jackson on Sept 25th**

2021 Legislation

HB 475 – Religious exemption to school vaccines

School Immunization; authorize exemption from requirements for religious beliefs.

HB 719 – Prohibit employers from requiring COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment

An act to prohibit public and private employers from requiring any of its employees to receive a vaccination against SARS-COV-2 or COVID-19 as a condition of the person’s employment or continued employment with the employer; and for related purposes.

HB 476 – Mississippi Adult Health and Privacy Act

An act to provide that each person who is eighteen years of age or older shall have the right to determine, in their sole discretion, whether he or she will receive vaccinations or immunizations for any disease, except when the person is required to be vaccinated to attend school; to prohibit any person or entity from requiring any such vaccination or immunization for any disease as a condition of employment or a condition of receiving any benefit or service; to prohibit any person or entity from using any means of intimidation or threat of termination of any such person’s employment, or denial or reduction of any benefit or service to any such person, or disclosure of any such person’s medical history or records to others, in order to cause the person to receive a vaccination or immunization for any disease; to amend section 41-23-43, Mississippi Code of 1972, to allow first responders an exemption from vaccinations for philosophical reasons; and for related purposes.


Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Freedom

― 2 Corinthians 3:17

Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature.

― Benjamin Franklin