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Taking The Fight to the Employer or School – COVID Questions & Exemptions
With treatment options available, can my employer mandate that I get the vaccine or threaten me with termination? No. Vaccine mandates are predicated upon two important factors. (1) Emergency Necessity which is disproven by the graphics below, and (2) No Other Treatment Options Available, which has been disproven by the Oregon Health Authority’s and Florida Health Department’s recent releases on Monoclonal Antibody Therapy.
What resources exist for employees who want to politely decline to use an experimental medical vaccine without risking the loss of their job? Employees have the right to refuse by filing a personal belief exemption with their employer as detailed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Resources can be found at:
> Right to Refuse
> Mandate Exemption Requests
> What is medical censorship?
> Mobilizing WE THE PEOPLE to Defend Freedom
> Helping Americans Get Exemptions
> How to Request an Exemption from a Vaccine Mandate
What questions can I demand my employer answer in order to satisfy the legal requirements for informed consent? If my employer were threatening to terminate me if I didn’t take an experimental inoculation, I would work to collaborate with them, ask the questions below, extend and document the process, discuss liability and compensation if I were to be injured, and then complete a personal belief exemption as I alert them that any attempt to terminate me is an obvious act of discrimination that I will fight in a court of law.
Basic Strategy – Elongate The Process, Buy Time, Push Back
1 Email 15 Questions Provided To Employer Asking Them To Fulfill Informed Consent.
2 Employer Won’t Be Able To Answer Them All Legitimately.
3 Employee THEN Submits Religious/Personal Belief Exemption Informing Employer Of EEOC’s Summer Ruling & Title 7.
4 Employee Additionally Notifies Employer That Any Attempts To Terminate OR Change Terms Of Contract Without Good Faith Collective Bargaining Will Be Viewed As Discriminatory & Creation of Hostile Workplace. Employee Will Defend Themselves In A Court Of Law.
15 Questions for Any Employer or School
1 You are required to disclose any and all potential conflicts of interest (COI), including public and personal investments in the pharmaceutical companies manufacturing COVID vaccines, as well as COIs via private contracts with the local, state, and federal government. Can you please provide the full list of any financial conflicts of interest? Have you received any money from the federal or state government to promote COVID vaccinations? Have you received any money from pharmaceutical companies or subsidiaries to promote COVID vaccinations? Do you receive any money from local, state, or federal governments, agencies or pharmaceutical companies that incentivize the administration of COVID vaccinations?
2 I have a right to medical privacy. If I elect to get the shot, will my right to keep my vaccination status private be honored?
3 Who is liable if I get injured or am unable to work? How long will it take me to receive injury compensation so my family isn’t left out in the cold?
4 Will my consent to get the shot terminate my life insurance policy or any benefits I may be entitled to during my years of service to this company or government entity if I’m injured or killed by these vaccines still in a clinical trial?
5 Can you please provide the full breakdown of post-inoculation death and injury reports in the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) and any other surveillance systems? How many people have died? How many people have been permanently disabled? How many people have experienced life-threatening events? How many people have been hospitalized? How many people have needed urgent or emergent care? How many babies have been miscarried?
6 What is the potential gain of benefit vs. risk of injury in my age demographic if I get the shot? What are the specific benefits if I get the shot? What are the specific risks? Is there a risk of death or permanent disability if I get the shot? What are the other current warnings for each experimental vaccine?
7 If I’m injured, how do I ensure a healthcare professional reports my injury to VAERS?
8 What long-term data (36+ months) is available on how many people have developed autoimmunity, infertility, or similar debilitating conditions after getting the shot?
9 Which federal laws prevent me from suing vaccine manufacturers in civil court?
10 What are all of the ingredients in the shot? Which of them are carcinogenic, mutagenic, or teratogenic? Which of them has been classified as toxins, poisons, or dangerous for human consumption by the US EPA and/or International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)?
11 Will this shot protect me against all variants?
12 Can I still get COVID and transmit the infection even if I’m fully vaccinated?
13 What is an antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE)? How will I know if I am experiencing it? Is ADE something that can happen to me if I get the shot?
14 I’ve already recovered, and the scientific literature shows that I have ‘long-term, robust and durable’ immunity against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Why am I required to be vaccinated against something I already have immunity against? Am I eligible to prove my immunity using EUA approved antibody and/or T-cell tests?
15 There are many peer-reviewed scientific papers supporting the use of Monoclonal Antibodies, Ivermectin, Vitamin D, C, A, Zinc, and Hydroxychloroquine. What treatment options exist should I elect to use my civil right to refuse this inoculation?
Please keep in mind that all the information I share is for educational purposes only. I can’t tell you what to do and will never tell you what to do as that is your right to decide. If you elect to get the experimental vaccine, I support you. If you elect to decline the experimental vaccine, I support you. Your health decisions are your individual right to make, supported by the American Medical Association’s Patient Bill of Rights, and none of my business or anyone else’s for that matter.
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