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College Students Protest Mandatory COVID Vaccinations

College Students Protest Mandatory COVID Vaccinations

Apparently, the religious exemption in Alabama will not apply for the upcoming school year.

With so many schools requiring vaccines, it was just a matter of time for this to start. Frankly, I’m surprised it took this long.

CNBC reports:

Students protest mandatory Covid vaccinations at colleges

Across the country, a growing number of colleges and universities have said vaccinations will be mandatory for the fall of 2021.

Now, hundreds of thousands of students will be required to get the Covid-19 vaccine, whether they want to or not.

For the most part, students will get vaccinated if it means campus life can return to a pre-pandemic “normal” by September. But not everyone feels that way.

Roughly 88% of college students plan to get the coronavirus vaccine and nearly 3 in 4 students believe vaccinations should be mandatory, according to a recent survey of more than 1,000 college students by College Finance.

However, Jackie Gale, a rising sophomore at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, is not one of them.

For religious reasons, Gale has never been vaccinated. The 19-year-old attended Alabama public schools and received a religious exemption from the Alabama state health department.

The University of Alabama-Birmingham also exempted Gale from its vaccine requirements during the 2020-2021 school year but won’t apply the same exemption for the upcoming year, according to her lawyer.

“If they decide to give her a religious exemption, that will be the end of it,” said Hiram Sasser, executive general counsel for First Liberty Institute, based outside of Dallas. “If not, we will have to communicate with them through a lawsuit.”

“In compliance with applicable law, we do provide religious exemptions for immunization requirements,” a spokeswoman for the school said. The university does require students provide proof of immunization against certain diseases, although there is currently no Covid vaccine mandate for the fall semester.


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No student/person should have to divulge their health or religious information in order to not take this farce of a “vaccine.”

I’m disappointed in Alabama. I thought they had a live-and-let-live philosophy.

Whether it’s a school or a business, mandating “experimental” and unapproved medications is a violation of federal law. And these so-called “vaccines” (which are not vaccines at all) have not been approved. Such a mandate is also a violation of The Nuremberg Code. In addition, HIPAA and The Privacy Act ensure that each citizen’s medial history and health care decisions are private and may not be revealed to ANYONE without the express permission of the individual. So no one may ask a person’s “vaccine” status. That is also why “vaccine passports” are, in fact, illegal.

henrybowman | May 22, 2021 at 4:44 am

Just present these forms to the school administrators.
Better yet, have Daddy’s lawyer present them for you.