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MEMORIALIZING RESOLUTION URGING STATES TO IMMEDIATELY ENACT A VACCINE BILL OF RIGHTS
A MEMORIALIZING RESOLUTION for the State of [INSERT STATE] to protect its citizens against unconstitutional and medically irresponsible COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Whereas the Founders designated that a Bill of Rights was necessary to guard individual liberty against encroachments from state and federal actors, public and private; and
Whereas the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution explicitly directs states not to “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws”; and
Whereas no COVID vaccine is FDA-approved but some are authorized under a temporary Emergency Use Authorization as experimental (investigational) agents only; and
Whereas emergency use products are specifically prohibited by federal law 21 U.S.C. §360bbb-3 from being mandated: “Authorization for medical products for use in emergencies … require …the option to accept or refuse administration of the product”; and
Whereas the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) affirmed in August 2020 that under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), experimental vaccines are not allowed to be mandatory”; and
Whereas decades-old universally accepted Codes of Medical Ethics, including the Nuremberg Code and the Declaration of Helsinki absolutely prohibits any form of coercion whatsoever to individuals to participate in a medical experiment; and
Whereas 40 percent of respondents in at least one US poll reported that they would opt out of taking experimental COVID vaccines; and
Whereas it is neither feasible nor safe to mandate experimental vaccination given the large number of COVID-19 recovered patients in the general population and the FDA/Pfizer/ Moderna protocols which excluded COVID-19 recovered patients; and
Whereas it is neither feasible nor safe to administer experimental vaccines to many groups of patients, such as persons with post-natural infections, waning titers, allergic reactions, as well as childbearing women, etc.; and
Whereas public and private measures are nonetheless being considered to mandate experimental vaccinations in order to participate in certain public activities and functions of daily American life, including but not limited to: employment, in-person school attendance, public transportation, and concert performances; and
Whereas “vaccine passports,” “digital health IDs,” and other such required documentation pose substantial risks to personal privacy and equal treatment before the law for all citizens of [INSERT STATE] as well as the United States generally; and
Whereas administration of the experimental COVID-19 vaccines according to guidelines established by the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices do not provide adequate protections for average Americans concerned about potential health hazards associated with the inoculations; and
Whereas the public is entitled to receive unbiased, transparent, easily accessible medical information related to all vaccines from their public health officials; and
Whereas the doctors and nurses administering the inoculation are required by law to give informed consent and they cannot do this if they themselves are not informed; and
Whereas the emergency powers assumed by the chief executives of certain states as well as municipal leaders violate certain unalienable rights guaranteed under the US Constitution and its and Bill of Rights and therefore deserve redress; and
Whereas while these legitimate grievances are pursued by the courts of various states, state lawmakers must enshrine certain rights against encroachment by decrees that are not medically or scientifically indicated, such as vaccine mandates, in order to ensure the continuity of these rights; and
Whereas that a COVID-19 Vaccine Bill of Rights memorialized by this resolution against COVID-19 vaccine mandates provides an example of adoption for other legislative bodies across the United States to be recognized and upheld by the attorneys general of those states; and
Whereas that the major principles of this Vaccine Bill of Rights will include a minimum of five (5) of the following seven (7) provisions:
● No persons will be mandated, coerced, forced or pressured to take an experimental or “investigational” medication.
● All persons reserve the right, at all times, to determine what is in their own best medical interest without threat to their livelihood, schooling, or freedom of movement.
● No physician or nurse shall be asked by an employer to promote a COVID-19 vaccine.
● All healthcare providers must attest that they are aware of the VAERS database and their professional obligation to check it regularly and share information about VAERS with each vaccine recipient. All persons will be informed of the specific vaccine they are receiving.
● All persons must be given access to independent information to help them determine what is in their own best medical interest, including the risk of death based upon age/condition from contracting the virus naturally. This must include information from sources that are independent of a conflict of interest. For example, pharmaceutical companies have an inherent conflict of interest, as do government or quasi-government institutions. Such information can be included but cannot be the sole source of information.
● The frail elderly are additionally entitled to a knowledgeable, independent advocate with medical training to help them determine their own medical interest.
● Private businesses operating within the jurisdiction have no legal authority to require or mandate or coerce medication or experimental medication for any persons; and
● All public and private entities and persons must abide federal medical privacy laws(HIPPA) which protect patients’ privacy
Whereas technical guidance for employers released by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in December should not be understood to undermine employee constitutional rights laid out herein; and
Whereas state legislative bodies must practice oversight of such federal assistance consistent with their enumerated powers; and
Whereas out-of-state commercial vendors, including Ticketmaster, cannot require venue operators and organizers to mandate proof of vaccination from concertgoers and other paying customers before freely entering a venue on private or public property; and
Whereas K-12 vaccinations cannot be required without certain clear and consistent exemptions applied, among them medical and conscience clauses, or risk forfeiting a district’s or school board’s authority in the State of [INSERT STATE] to authorize such a mandate, nor can a vaccine mandate for these populations be a factor in state school-aid funding; and
Whereas interstate carriers such as airlines and all forms of public transit calling for so-called “vaccine passports” as a condition of entry cannot be allowed to operate with state licensure and waivers, and furthermore this resolution would call on federal entities such as the FAA to issue new rules prohibiting COVID-19 vaccine mandates for all carrier crews and customers; and
Therefore, be it resolved that the legislature of [INSERT STATE] memorializes a COVID-19 Vaccine Bill of Rights for the purposes of defending the constitutional liberties of its citizens, promoting sound science, and outlining a framework of best practices for state authorities and federal regulators to develop in this evolving phase of experimental vaccine administration and implementation.
Be it further resolved that copies of this resolution be sent to the President of the United States, the United States House of Representatives, the United States Senate, the Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.
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Yes, the times are crazy, that’s for sure…I even rejected an offer to work at sea again on a short-term-contract until these matters calm down. It meant lots of flying around the country & a great meany medicals to get through too, with most of them at my expense…And that’s where the employer let me down, as he double booked me on the same day for a medical, with one being across the other side of the country at the last minute, ( think flying NYC to LA after already traveling 150-miles return from one medical, to then travel another 200-miles to get to Hobart airport, to get a plane to Perth WA)…
At present, you don’t have to be vaccinated to work at sea, but I could have found myself in a situation where I “may have” to be vaccinated just to get myself home after that 6-8 week swing, as things change daily here, & different States are initiating their own laws & border control requirements. So when my employer double booked me, it was easy to just say “find someone else”…( There’s more to this story but this is the very-short-version ).
So at present, I’m doing some volunteer work to keep busy, & hopefully avoid any vaccination.
Keep up the good fight !
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I am so sorry to hear what has been going on there. It is scary to hear about, mainly because we can’t help yall. I watch InfoWars, and they have different people letting them know what is going on down there, and at Gab, there are Australians that post about it as well.
I have seen on shows, where it looks like there will be one person going along without a mask and looks like 5-6 cops jump and throw them on the ground. Seriously, looks like the cops are outnumbering the citizens that are outside, like 6 to one. That could be true, but I also know, it could be that they are just showing us the absolute worse scenarios.
At least I don’t fly any place. Not scared to, just no reason to go anywhere that I would need to fly to.
I remember, for years and years, my friends and I would talk about going to Australia, yall have so much there. My ex and I used to talk about what it would take to move there. My understanding was that you had to have a skill that they wanted you to have and bring enough money to take care of yourself till you got a good job and could live without needing from anyone else.
The when Steve Irwin died, it bummed me out a bit. He should have known that he would get killed doing something stupid. He took many risks, and left his wife a widow, and his child fatherless.
I grew up without a father, mine having passed when I was 6 years old. Little girls always need their fathers.
Anyway, got side tracked on you. It is a damned shame to see what yall are going through. Am glad that you have been able to avoid the killer jab. We have avoided as well. I am pretty sure, like 99% sure that I had it back in December 2019, before it became a big deal. I had not been ill for 20 years, and I was so sick, I thought I would die, for 2-3 weeks, and I still can’t breathe the way I did before getting sick. James never got sick. We take a lot of vitamins, etc. anyway, but I had gotten a bad cut on my arm, and my immunity was off fighting an infection there, and that was when I became ill.
Good ole Joe Biden don’t care if you have natural immunity or not though, sounds like he is going to force inoculate/vaccinate everyone in the US. He has even been telling everyone that it is the unvaccinated that are making people sick, when it is the other way around. The vaccinated are shedding the shit, and others are getting sick from them. I recently heard about a lady that gave her neighbors a ride somewhere while their car was in the shop, and she got it from being in a closed in vehicle with two vaccinated people.
We will continue to pray for our brothers and sisters in Australia, and pray that the rest of the world will continue to fight this tyranny.
Well said !!! I wonder how much larger a moral catastrophe this “COrona VIrus Disease 2019” will balloon into before it deflates itself ?…What a disgrace…And I thought it would be all over by now…
Keep up your hard work, & please keep us all informed 🙂 ! It’s great to know that there are good folks reminding everyone of their rights, & fighting to keep them.
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It took me a while to get back here. Foreclosure Hell is still running rampant here, and I got caught up in that fight again running behind. I always get back here one way or another. So much censorship here though. Not nearly as bad as some sites, but have found a place on Gab, where they do no censoring at all. WordPress needs to watch out, a whole lot of people will leave, should their censorship get worse.