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HerAlterEgo 5 points ago +5 / -0

Reposted on NNN: I've been full on crying since I woke up to the news this morning. I've been to 7 doctors, spent hundreds of dollars, trying to get a medical exemption for my variety of issues, including Bells Palsy from a previous vaccine injury and doctors won't do it because, as I've been repeatedly told, they will have their medical licenses revoked.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_HHm9ki3JI

Thank-you Governor Abbott. I moved to Texas in 2007 and besides the new abortion law and stance on cannabis, I have agreed with everything he has done.

I was crying so hard half an hour ago that I was leaning over the trashcan in the workshop nearing throwing up. I've been fighting with my whole being for months. My Texas company mandated vaccines for all employees just before Labor Day and I was holding out to be fired. The stress relief is real. Printing GA 40 out, highlighting it, and keeping a copy in my purse.

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BasedMedicalDoctor 2 points ago +2 / -0

You’re against his abortion law? Why?

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HerAlterEgo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Honestly, I don't really care very hard either way. It doesn't effect me, I make good decisions. I've offered transgressors a coat-hanger colostomy to fuck off before, men and women.

I was pro-life for most of my life, indoctrinated Catholic. In my mid-thirties, a few years before I had my kids, my opinions changed with new information. I agree with only allowing medical assistance up to 16 weeks, regardless of rape or incest. If it requires a vacuum, you're too late. Whether a Western pill or a native root, women who want an abortion will figure it out. It doesn't matter what the law says, it only criminalizes women for their despair.

However, 6 weeks is too tight; most women don't know they're pregnant yet, and if they do decide on control over body autonomy one can't even get an appointment scheduled in time to beat the deadline. It is 100% inappropriate to make an 11 year old carry to term for which her body is not yet mature enough to handle.

And I agree with it if the fetus has died; there is no fathomable reason why a woman who made it 7 months should have to walk around for 2-3 more months with a dead baby inside her when we have the technology to alleviate sepsis and blindingly utter grief. I've been there; 3 pregnancies, 2 children, 0 abortions.

When fetal viability isn't considered, what's really the difference in definition between inducing and abortion? Mansplaining of laws written by other men who neither will be affected by their decisions or understand the nuances to be considered. ...kinda sounds like mandating vaccines on people who know in their heart it will hurt them.

Edited to add: I told my husband this morning I haven't felt like this since the hospital was pricking and injecting my newborns with SIDS-causing state mandates and putting their blood spots on cards to add to their database; DNA-registered for life. If I had a choice I would have made it, C-sections saved both of their lives and mine. 100 years ago, if this had occurred, I wouldn't be here to share my story.

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TRUTH_BE_THE_DOGMA [S] 1 point ago +7 / -6

I am very happy for you. No American should ever have to endure the trauma of this unconstitutional vaccine mandate. This is a tyranny of evil.

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HerAlterEgo 4 points ago +4 / -0

I immediately texted my Dad, who became hardcore anti-vax after my second vaccine injury in 1995, "the tyrants won't be able to kill me today. I've been given the chance to fight again".

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KlunniClowns 2 points ago +2 / -0

Anything in the EO say companies can't penalize you and reduced your pay if you refuse this medical tyranny?

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CanadianTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Texas or Florida

Hard choice friends. I live north canada, I will melt either way.