Stop Forced COVID-19 Vaccinations

It is fair to say things won’t go back to truly normal until we have a vaccine that we’ve gotten out to basically the entire world.  (Bill Gates, Fox News interview with Chris Wallace, April 5, 2020)

It certainly looks as though we’re heading toward a huge political fight over whether everyone can be forced to have a COVID-19 vaccination. Dr. Fauci has said we might have a vaccine as soon as the end of this year. Although it could end up taking longer, chances are good that there’ll be a government-certified COVID-19 vaccine sometime soon, if only because so many organizations are working at breakneck speed to create one.

Once one or more vaccines are certified by the government as effective and safe, then look for a massive push for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations. An early example of this has surfaced in Tennessee where the University of Tennessee has become the first university to require students and faculty to be vaccinated for COVID-19 when a vaccine is available.

Although nearly every state has existing exemptions from vaccinations based on philosophical, religious, or medical objections, this is a very active issue with new legislation being introduced every year to expand, restrict, or eliminate vaccine exemptions.

However, on May 28, 2020, a New York State Bar Association task-force group said COVID-19 vaccinations should be mandatory for all Americans, when one is available, including those who don’t want it for “religious, philosophical or personal reasons.” Citing “a robust collection of federal and state case law,” the group said that the one and only exception should be for people who’s doctors grant them an exemption based on medical reasons.

Eight days later some lawyers and law professors pushed back against the above cited New York State Bar Association report with a variety of legal arguments. Meanwhile, the original May 28 article calling for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, regardless of objections, as published online by the New York Law Journal, created a firestorm of response on Facebook.

Suffice it to say that the issue of forced COVID-19 vaccinations, when a vaccine becomes available, will be hotly contested in state legislatures throughout the U.S.

If you are unfamiliar with the reasons why increasing numbers of people are asserting their right to refuse vaccinations, be sure to read “Are Mandatory Vaccines Coming? (They’ve Already Begun.),” which was posted on May 19, 2020, on TheNewAmerican.com.

Then, there’s the matter of just how fast the COVID-19 vaccines are being rushed through the human testing stages. A handful of vaccine candidates are already undergoing human trials. The emphasis on getting a vaccine OK’ed as soon as possible has led the Trump administration to launch “Operation Warp Speed” (involving the Department of Health and Human Services and the Food and Drug Administration, among other government agencies) to expedite development of a COVID-19 vaccine.

In an April Press for Truth interview, former Texas Congressman Ron Paul recalled an earlier example of a government program to accelerate the development of a vaccine, the swine flu vaccine program of 1976. “They rushed the vaccine through,” Paul said. “The vaccine was not properly made…. It caused a lot of harm. More people ended up dying from the inoculation than died from the flu that year.”

Based on the tragic outcome of the swine flu vaccine and other negative baggage borne by the vaccine industry, who can blame Americans for rejecting forced COVID-19 vaccinations.

Please use the blue widget below or at the left to help to retain your right to refuse vaccinations for COVID-19 (or any other disease) by contacting your state legislators and governor and urging them to retain all current religious, philosophical, and medical exemptions for vaccinations in your state and whenever possible to add to or expand the exemptions for vaccinations. 

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Stop Forced COVID-19 Vaccinations

It certainly looks as though we’re heading toward a huge political fight over whether everyone can be forced to have a COVID-19 vaccination. Dr. Fauci has said we might have a vaccine as soon as the end of this year. Although it could end up taking longer, chances are good that there’ll be a government-certified COVID-19 vaccine sometime soon, if only because so many organizations are working at breakneck speed to create one.