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Religious Exemptions

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , on October 7, 2021 by andelino

Religious exemptions, once used sparingly around the country to get exempted from various required vaccines, are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the mandated COVID-19 shot.

Christians all across America are right now scrambling for what’s known as a “religious exemption” which will allow them to not have to receive the COVID-19 vaccine injection based on their religious and spiritual beliefs. Christians think this a good thing, but hold on, this may be exactly what the government is hoping you will do.

“Then you will be handed over to be persecuted and put to death, and you will be hated by all nations because of me.” (Matthew 24:9)

Across all of the liberal media news outlets various commentators and pundits are calling for the unvaccinated to be removed from society, to be denied access to food, water, and emergency medical attention. At the highest levels of the American government, the order has already been given to start withholding life-saving medicine to people battling COVID. None of this is fear mongering or speculation, it is happening now.

Receiving a religious exemption tells the government that you identify with Jesus Christ, you are putting yourself on a hit list of your own making. When it comes time for the unvaccinated to be removed, Bill A416 would take “disease carriers” and place them in designated FEMA holding camps.

The Biden administration announced they would be drastically reducing the amount of life-saving monoclonal antibodies currently being sent to areas hard-hit by COVID-19. Such an act is tantamount to murder, just imagine if the medicine in question was something designed to treat heart attacks instead of COVID.

But this is only the beginning. If you refuse to be injected with the vaccine, unvaccinated Christians are rounded up and place in concentration camps located on Bill Gates 240,000 acres of farmland.

As COVID-19 vaccine mandates rise, religious exemptions grow and that’s a problem. An estimated 2,600 Los Angeles Police Department employees are citing religious objections to try to get out of the required COVID-19 vaccination. In Washington state, thousands of state workers are seeking similar exemptions. And in Arkansas, a hospital has been swamped with so many such requests from employees that it is apparently calling their bluff.

Religious objections, once used sparingly around the country to get exempted from various required vaccines, are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the COVID-19 shot. And it is only likely to grow following “Fraud-In-Chief” Joe Biden’s sweeping new vaccine mandates covering more than 100 million Americans, including executive branch employees and workers at businesses with more than 100 people on the payroll.

The administration acknowledges that a small minority of Americans will use, and in some cases, seek to exploit religious exemptions. But it said it believes even marginal improvements in vaccination rates will save lives. It is not clear how many federal employees have asked for a religious exemption, though union officials say there will be many requests.

The Labor Department has said an accommodation can be denied if it causes an undue burden on the employer. In the states, mask and vaccine requirements vary, but most offer exemptions for certain medical conditions or religious or philosophical objections. The use of such exemptions, particularly by parents on behalf of their schoolchildren, has been growing over the past decade.

The allowance was enshrined in the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, which says employers must make reasonable accommodations for employees who object to work requirements because of “sincerely held” religious beliefs.

A religious belief does not have to be recognized by an organized religion, and it can be new, unusual or “seem illogical or unreasonable to others,” according to rules laid out by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. But it can’t be founded solely on political or social ideas. That puts employers in the position of determining what is a legitimate religious belief and what is a dodge.

Many major religious denominations have no objections to the COVID-19 vaccines. But the rollout has prompted heated debates because of the longtime role that cell lines derived from fetal tissue have played, directly or indirectly, in the research and development of various vaccines and medicines.

Roman Catholic leaders in New Orleans and St. Louis went so far as to call Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 shot “morally compromised.” J&J has stressed that there is no fetal tissue in its vaccine. Moreover, the Vatican’s doctrine office has said it is “morally acceptable” for Catholics to receive COVID-19 vaccines that are based on research that used cells derived from aborted fetuses.

Even Pope Francis jumped on the band wagon and said it would be “suicide” not to get the shot, while he has been fully vaccinated with the Pfizer formula.

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