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Employers threaten termination for refusing medical interventions. Don’t Despair. Resist.

By Pete Bianco

As more employers declare workers must receive COVID shots to continue being employed, workers across the country are becoming distressed, disillusioned, and frustrated.

See these two videos of Fire Captains who have been given this ultimatum.

The first is a heartful appeal to reason from a Hawaii Fire Department Captain.

See video here.

The second is a call to organized legal resistance from a LA Fire Department Captain.

See video here.


Additionally firefighters in Washington, DC recently began speaking out.


America’s Frontline Doctors say that YOU SHOULD NOT QUIT YOUR JOB.

If you work a job where employers are telling workers shots are mandated and you do not plan to get one for whatever reason, do not quit your job.

AFLD stated, “Do not be fooled if your boss says you must resign. Make your boss fire you and do not sign anything or agree to anything that says otherwise. Do not agree with “voluntary resignation.” If you are fired, you are eligible for unemployment. Anything else and you are not.

If you are fired, you place the costs back on them and you get or you fight for unemployment benefits. Let them experience the burden associated with their choices.”

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New York State’s Public Health and Health Planning Council eliminated an exemption and accommodation for religious reasons on August 26. In fact, under the state’s rule change, the only exemptions permitted in New York will be for medical reasons documented by a physician or certified nurse practitioner.

However, Mat Staver, Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman said, “There can be no dispute that New York is required to abide by federal law and provide protections to employees who have sincerely held religious objections to the COVID shots. New York cannot override federal law and force health care workers to violate their sincerely held religious beliefs by forcing them to inject an experimental substance. All New York health care workers have the legal right to request reasonable accommodation for their sincerely held religious beliefs and forcing COVID shots without exemptions is unlawful.

You can hear directly from healthcare workers in Minnesota who are speaking out about COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

See video here.

They bring up several interesting points that are not covered by the corporate media. One of the reasons they do not want to take the shots is because they have seen first hand how these shots have killed and injured people, including family members.

Another group helping people in the face of mandates is Stand for Health Freedom.

Go here to see their resources for assisting people who have been forced into this situation.

One last resource is


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