Are You Entitled To A Religious Exemption From Vaccine Mandates? Here’s How You Can Exercise Your Rights

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One’s belief in God is paramount to their identity.

So paramount that it has Constitutional protections which take many forms including religious exemption from medical practices which violate sincere and deeply held beliefs.

The state seems to think it can replace God in both the hearts and minds of the people, and many who are entitled to a religious exemption from the dictates of an illegitimate leader are being cajoled into believing they have no rights……

I am here to tell you that this is simply not the case.

If you are a Christian, Jew, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Jain, Taoist, Sikh, or hold any other sincere religious belief which puts you at odds between your faith and the medical edicts of the state—you are entitled to a religious exemption.

Make no mistake, one should not seek a religious exemption unless they hold these beliefs as self-evident and in a sincere manner, but that is a vast majority of our readership— deeply Christian and conservative.

If you feel as if the forced vaccination by a tyrant would destroy the sanctity of your faith, if you could not look at yourself in the mirror after being forcefully vaccinated— here is how you can exercise your God given rights:


America’s Frontline Doctors had a series of essays detailing religious arguments against forced vaccination; below are some passages from a single essay, I encourage you to check them all out:

There are many reasons why a human being made and created by God should be protected under
Religious Exemption status from being forced to take the vaccine, the PCR test or from wearing
the mask.

1. Exodus 15:26 – 26and said, If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of the LORD thy God, and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments,
and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, which I have brought upon the Egyptians: for I am the LORD that healeth thee.

a. God gives us the commandment of life. He is the source of all life. Disease is not of God, therefore He is the source of Life. As Lord, God becomes the ultimate caregiver and guardian of our health. No earthly organization can mandate a derivative treatment to replace our faith and obligation to the one who has given us life and provision for disease or sickness through the agency of healing.

b. God promises if we give ear (obey) His commandments and keep His way no diseases will be able to overtake us. He will do what is right for His people. No organization can make such a promise to heal or give percentages or estimations of healing. With God healing is guaranteed.

2. Leviticus 14:3 – 3and the priest shall go forth out of the camp; and the priest shall look, and, behold, if the plague of leprosy be healed in the leper; (see also Leviticus 14:48)

a. God’s promise to heal the leper is a supernatural intervention of an internal interruption of man’s immune system. God used the intermediatory role of holy priests to verify not cure that God’s promise of healing was accomplished in the leper. This is of utmost significance in that man’s medicine or treatment for a deadly disease such as leprosy can not be conceived only viewed from the
outside. Our faith allows and gives permission for God to heal from the inside out and not from the outside in. Proof and sign of healing comes from God not from Man. We as a people of faith reserve the right to believe God for all internal disfunctions revealed or concealed from our site.

I know that many of you feel powerless in the face of a lawless and tyrannical regime, but hold steadfast to what you believe in, and do not allow the state to intimidate you into submission.

If you feel like you are alone or powerless, just take a look at these stories below….

Religious people are winning victories in their fight against unchecked forced vaccinations:


CBS News reports that many are already seeking religious exemptions:

Employers with vaccine mandates in place already report being inundated with worker requests for exemption from any requirement to get their shots. Roughly 2,600 Los Angeles Police Department employees are claiming religious objections to the department’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement, according to the Associated Press.

And in Washington state, some 3,800 state workers are have requested religious exemptions to Gov. Jay Inslee’s mandate that workers be fully vaccinated by Oct. 18 or lose their job, unless they receive an accommodation.

It is new territory for many employers navigating the issue, given how risky a proposition it is to allow unvaccinated employees to mingle with, and possibly infect, colleagues in the workplace.

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