COVID-19 Update

Dr. Matthew Memoli, director of the Laboratory of Infectious Diseases at NIH, will argue against vaccine mandates during a Dec. 1 livestreamed roundtable. Memoli sought a religious exemption from the mandatory vaccine requirements imposed by health authorities in the District of Columbia, where he is licensed to practice medicine. Memoli said he is willing to risk his job and his license for the right not to receive a COVID vaccine.

A nationwide strike against vaxxxine mandates will take place from Nov. 8 to Nov. 11!

Twenty-seven states have filed lawsuits against the Biden administration over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate on private businesses of 100 or more employees. And a Louisiana businessman is suing OSHA on behalf of his hundreds of employees.

Sen. Ted Cruz has introduced a new measure that would ban the federal government and its local entities – along with public schools – from mandating vaccines for your kids.

In Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis is calling a special session of the Florida legislature to vote on banning the FAUXTUS OSHA mandate. Included in the legislation are automatic exemptions for women who are pregnant or who anticipate becoming pregnant, as well as for those who have had the ‘rona and recovered from it. In addition, it says that all employees be given the option to choose between either periodic testing or use of PPE at no cost as an alternative to the clot shot.

On Monday, White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre urged businesses to forge ahead with the mandate despite the court putting a stay on it over “grave statutory and constitutional issues.” And FAUXTUS’ Surgeon General said they’re considering extending the big business mandate to include small businesses.

The COVID-19 virus has always had animal hosts, meaning it cannot be eradicated and, once released, was always going to be here to stay. We should’ve been doing what Sweden did, which is to let it spread, so as to achieve natural herd immunity as quickly as possible. The only time anyone should’ve been closing anything down was in local areas where a local surge was overwhelming the local hospital.

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