“Should we really trust the most personal medical decisions to science-denying bureaucrats who thought it was a good idea to reject 150 years of germ/bacteria studies to send Covid-positive patients back into nursing homes to our most vulnerable population? This irrational decision by our Secretary of Health led to the deaths of nearly 13,000 of our dearly loved elderly. Should such a person dictate what goes into your body? No, these unelected bureaucrats should never be able to coerce anyone in our commonwealth to make such personal medical decisions. There is simply no justification for this overreach. You and you alone should decide.” – State Senator Doug Mastriano
There is a growing divide among Americans over whether they will opt in for a COVID-19 vaccine. In the latest poll from the Pew Research Center that surveyed more than 10,000 U.S. adults in September, roughly half of respondents (51%) said they would “definitely” or “probably” get a COVID-19 vaccine had it been available then. When Pew conducted the same poll months prior, 72% said they would get it when it became available. The respondents who would “definitely” get it now stands at 21%, half of what it was last spring. The sharp decline comes amidst widespread concerns over the developmental process, side effects, and uncertainty about safety.
Click here to read the top five reasons the COVID-19 vaccine must be voluntary: https://standforhealthfreedom.com/blog/5-reasons-vaccine-must-be-voluntary/
You cannot rely on the EEOC to protect the people’s choice and security of person. On December 16, 2020, the EEOC updated its guidelines to answer the question:
K.7. What happens if an employer cannot exempt or provide a reasonable accommodation to an employee who cannot comply with a mandatory vaccine policy because of a disability or sincerely held religious practice or belief?
The guidance supports the practice of discrimination by allowing employers to require COVID-19 vaccines as a condition of employment and to even “lawfully” exclude the employee from the workplace if they choose not to receive the vaccine for religious or medical reasons if:
(1) no other legal protections apply, and
(2) the employer determines that an accommodation would be an undue hardship, more than a de minimus cost or burden, on the employer. (See Section K7.)
It’s no secret that the pharmaceutical industry stands to make unprecedented profits from COVID-19 vaccines, which has created an entirely new investment pipeline with a captured market. That market that is supported by taxpayer dollars through Operation Warp Speed stands to increase exponentially if the COVID-19 vaccine is mandated.
Pennsylvanians must stand up for their basic human rights NOW. Every individual has the right to informed consent and to decline any medical intervention. Impress upon your local lawmakers that medical mandates do not belong in a free society. Click to send a pre-drafted (and customizable) email urging your officials to co-sponsor and support SB471. Let them know that personal choice, not pressure or coercion, must be the only factor in opting in or out of the new vaccine. This is particularly true when it comes to meeting a person’s basic needs, like maintaining their source of income.