At least 1,500 people showed up to the Meridian St. Luke's Hospital today to protest against the vaccine mandate.
Healthcare workers are being coerced into taking the clotshot in order to keep their job.
Last time I checked, we all still live in America. Even if it's feeling more and more dystopian by the passing weeks and months into this war.... er, excuse me p(l)andemic.
The real minority in America is the individual and the individual needs to have their rights protected. This is a human rights issue. No one should be forced to do a medical procedure in order to have a job/career.
My heart is filled with overflowing gratitude for every single person that showed up. They are standing, and speaking up for their rights. They're supporting others to take a stand for their rights. They aren't backing down to the tyranny and take over I applaud you all. Do not give up.
Today my tank was refilled, my heart sparked at the outpour of compassion. This is true compassion, when others come together in order to protect, defend, and support not only their rights, but the human rights of others.
We must always have the ability to make a choice when it comes to bodily autonomy, otherwise, is this even the United States of America anymore?
Vaccine mandates violate bodily autonomy and they violate our inalienable rights.