Legal & Documents Resources Center for the Unvaccinated Thread

budoslavic

Owl
Orthodox
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Purpose of this thread is gather resources, legal information, documents, forms, etc. for the unvaccinated who do not want the "mandatory vaccination" jab. This thread is to help student, employee, concerned parent, etc. who are looking for information to get started.

God bless.


Via Andrew Torba

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IMPORTANT: DOWNLOAD COVID VACCINE RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION DOCUMENTS HERE​


I have been receiving dozens of direct messages on Gab over the past week with people from around the country sharing the horrors from inside the United States Military and their places of employment regarding “mandatory” non-FDA approved experimental Covid vaccinations.

Many people are being forced to choose between feeding their families and getting injected with a potentially deadly experimental substance. This is a fundamental violation of not only human rights, but the religious rights that we are guaranteed in the United States of America.

At the bottom of this post are Word docs and PDF files constructing what the creator of the documents calls an “air tight religious exemption request” for the COVID vaccine if it is mandatory for you at work, school, or in the military. You can download these and customize them to your individual scenario.

The Full Document is everything necessary for a US Army Soldier to submit a religious exemption request to his immediate commander, with only certain portions needing to be edited to include your name, unit, and details.

The “Religious + Practical Side Supporting Documents” contains all of the details giving both the religious reasons for why Christians cannot receive the Vaccine, and the practical reasons for why it isn’t actually necessary to receive the Vaccine.

The Religious and Practical Side Supporting Documents are also separated in case you specifically need either one without the other.

We are human beings made in the image of God. We have God-given human rights and should not be forced to choose between feeding our families and putting something that is potentially deadly into our bodies. As a reminder Gab.com is the only social network on the internet that allows criticism and discussion about the experimental non-FDA approved Covid vaccine.

God be with us all.
Source of docs: Kaleb of Atlanta

WORD
Vaccine Exemption Full Military

Vaccine Exemption Practical Side Supporting Document

Vaccine Exemption Religious Practical Supporting Documents

Vaccine Exemption Religious Side Supporting Document

PDF
Vaccine Exemption Full Military PDF

Vaccine Exemption Practical Side Supporting Document

Vaccine Exemption Religious Practical Supporting Document

Vaccine Exemption Religious Side Supporting Document


 

budoslavic

Owl
Orthodox
Gold Member

The COVID-19 Vaccine Is Here: What About Religious and Medical Exemptions in the Workplace?​

The much-anticipated vaccine for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been authorized for emergency use by the FDA. The vaccine will now be distributed across the country and provided to individuals based on plans developed by their state governments.

With this recent development, many employees are wondering about their rights, especially if their employers mandate that employees get the COVID-19 vaccine.

In general, an employer may require that all employees obtain vaccinations as part of legitimate health and safety requirements that are job-related and consistent with business necessity. Industries in which employees are client-facing, thereby posing a greater risk to others, will have a more compelling case for mandating a vaccine. Vaccine mandates are often considered reasonable and necessary in the healthcare industry and sometimes with childcare workers.

Employers have an obligation under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OHSA) to ensure they provide a safe and healthy work environment for their workers. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) have determined that COVID-19 meets the definition of a “direct threat,” able to trigger heightened safety measures in the workplace. Although the EEOC has not yet released guidance on mandating a COVID-19 vaccine in the workplace, the regulations and guidance from these federal agencies currently provide employers with the flexibility to institute a variety of safety policies. Requiring that employees get a vaccine will likely be considered reasonable.

If an employee refuses to get the vaccine, an employer is within its legal rights to terminate that individual’s employment—with certain exceptions. Cases concerning the flu vaccine are particularly instructive.

Religious Exemption

Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, individuals have the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of religion. As part of their religious beliefs, many individuals object to vaccines. Employers are required to accommodate religious observances and practices, unless doing so imposes an undue hardship on the business.

“Religion” is very broadly defined and encompasses not only organized religions, but also informal beliefs. “Religion” under the law can also encompass non-theistic and moral beliefs.

In Chenzira v. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, 2012 U.S. Dist. Lexis 182139 (S.D. Ohio, 2012), the court recognized that veganism, in some circumstances, may constitute a sincerely held religious belief. That court exempted an employee from a flu shot requirement.

Once an employer determines that a true religious exemption exists, the employer must make an accommodation for the employee. Such accommodations may include reducing a mask requirement, modifying work duties to comply with social distancing, adjusting an employee’s schedule, or allowing an employee work from home.

If an employer can establish that the employee is seeking an exemption for non-religious reasons, the employer may deny the employee’s request. In a case from the Third Circuit, Fallon v. Mercy Catholic Med. Ctr., No. 16-3573 (3d Cir. Dec. 14, 2017), the court denied an employee’s request for exemption finding that the employee’s concerns were really about health effects of the flu vaccine, meaning they were actually medical rather than religious.

Medical Reasons

Some individuals may have medical reasons which prevent them from getting a vaccine. Medical exemptions may include allergies to vaccine components, a history of Guillain-Barré syndrome, or other health ailments that make the vaccine risky for the individual.

Recently, some individuals have displayed a highly allergic reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine, and the medical guidance has since changed for individuals with severe allergies. If an individual claims a medical basis for requesting an exemption from a vaccine requirement, an employer may request that the employee provide a physician’s note.

If an individual raises a medical basis for an exemption, the employer is required to follow the interactive process outlined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Employers must determine if the employee has a qualifying disability under the ADA and if an alternative accommodation can be offered.

The information contained in this post is current as of the date of publication. We will monitor updated guidance as the law in this area continues to evolve and post updated to our blog.
 

budoslavic

Owl
Orthodox
Gold Member
As expected, the demons are out in full force attacking Gab's Torba.

Torba: Gee why is Goldsmith seething so much over a Christian religious exemption to an experimental non-FDA approved vaccine?

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Torba:I am a staunch anti-experimental non-FDA approved substance that has known and unknown side effects including but not limited to death. Seethe more, Kaplan.

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GuitarVH

Woodpecker
Orthodox Inquirer
As expected, the demons are out in full force attacking Gab's Torba.

Torba: Gee why is Goldsmith seething so much over a Christian religious exemption to an experimental non-FDA approved vaccine?

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Torba:I am a staunch anti-experimental non-FDA approved substance that has known and unknown side effects including but not limited to death. Seethe more, Kaplan.

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Goldsmith, Kaplan. What a bunch of demons. Mind your own business about people not injecting experimental chemicals in their body, you genocidal freaks.
 
Goldsmith, Kaplan. What a bunch of demons. Mind your own business about people not injecting experimental chemicals in their body, you genocidal freaks.
It seems like the age old ethno conflict is once again coming to head, it's never ended well and it's never ended without a lot of turmoil and bloodshed.

The lack of self awareness in these people is astonishing.
 

JKrussell

Chicken
Thanks to all who have provided valuable information here.

Would anyone know of a religious exemption from the Roman Catholic church based on the grounds of using aborted cells?

Again thank you!
 

Cuchulainn2016

Woodpecker
Going to need some region/country specific versions of those documents as well.

If I have to, I'm going with a simple form asking the organisation to take full and complete responsibility/liability of any of the, so far, reported adverse events occurring, ever.
 
 

kel

Ostrich
Do whatever you can, then leave the gears of legal system to slowly turn and undo it long after it's no longer relevant. If only there were an opposition party who'd do similar.
 
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