posted ago by Eccentrik ago by Eccentrik +14 / -0

I'm filling out a 'vaccine' religious exemption form. I was going to go the route of explaining how the fetal cell lines derived from aborted babies violate my religious beliefs, but I've heard that some businesses will reject this argument if the slightest scientific evidence you cite is "inaccurate."

I've heard it's better simply to make an argument based on "objection of conscience"

Can any pedes who have successfully gotten a religious exemption give me an idea of what you wrote?

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theanniechrist 2 points ago +2 / -0

Keep it short and simple: you object because it is your sincerely held belief that forced medical intervention is unethical and immoral.

clarefries 1 point ago +1 / -0

Read all of this:

https://cdn.locals.com/documents/811https://lc.org/exempt134/811134_4ukdr4xcdwkftp5.pdf (see #4)




Legal Aid Request: https://lc.org/legal-help

You may have to hit them with everything, not just a religious exemption. And fill out the legal aid request right now. That way, if you need to, you can tell your boss that you are in the process of retaining counsel.

MAK90 1 point ago +1 / -0

I got mine and was warned before hand to not use the fetal cell approach. Keep it strictly religious.

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Eccentrik [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

yes, Catholic

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Peep45 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is what I wrote for my boyfriend, based on the Frontline Doctor's template (he got his exemption* edit, he backed up this letter with a single short letter from his uncle, a lawyer. I'll see if I can find that too.):

Re: Religious Exemption Request from Covid-19 Vaccination

Dear Sirs:

Spring Point has directed me to get vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine, or suffer adverse employment action, specifically, termination designated as “voluntary resignation”.

I acknowledge that this letter of religious request is beyond the required date of submission, provided to be September 30. However, I had to truly examine my beliefs and come to a decision I can live with.

I cannot receive a COVID-19 vaccine. To do so would violate my sincerely held religious and moral beliefs.

As a Christian, I believe that life begins at conception and ends at natural death. As an American, I believe in our Constitutional right to bodily autonomy. As a student of history, I believe that the Nuremburg codes were put into place to protect us from involuntary medical experimentation.

The Christian Church has condemned abortion – the killing of human infants while in the womb – from earliest times. Hence it is my sincerely held religious belief that abortion is murder, a violation of one of the Ten Commandments (“You shall not murder.” Exodus 20:13), and, for that reason, it would violate my sincerely held religious beliefs to cooperate with or be complicit in abortion in any way.

All of the currently available COVID-19 vaccines used cell lines originating from aborted children in their manufacturing or testing.

The COVID-19 vaccines were developed or tested using cell lines that were generated or derived from tissues of aborted fetuses. J&J used an aborted fetal cell line in manufacturing its COVID-19 vaccine, while Moderna and Pfizer used aborted fetal cell lines in testing the efficacy of their vaccines. *See James Lawler, MD, You asked, we answered: “Do the COVID-19 vaccines contain aborted fetal cells” Louisiana Department of Health, December 21, 2020, https://ldh.la.gov/assets/oph/CenterPHCH/Center-PH/immunizations/You_Have_Qs_COVID­19_Vaccine_FAQ.pdf.

As such, it is my sincerely held religious belief that, in being vaccinated with any of the currently available COVID-19 vaccines, I would be cooperating with and complicit in abortion – the ending of an innocent human life – and that such would constitute a sin against God and a violation of His Commandments, for which I would be held morally accountable by God.

As a Christian and an American, I believe that my body is my temple, Created in the Image of God. I must not cause harm to my body in any way. It is now known that this “vaccine” has a high rate of serious, consequential side effects, including but not limited to: nerve damage, Bells Palsy, myocarditis etc, heart attack, stroke, blood clots, and the potential to irreversibly change my God-given DNA.

I cannot place my body in harm’s way of these risks. In addition to this religious belief, I firmly believe that to do so would, in my interpretation of our Constitution, violate my most sincerely held moral belief in our right as Americans to bodily autonomy, given to us by God.

And, as a student of history, I must include another dearly held moral belief that our forefathers wrote the Nuremburg Codes as a guide to us, their grandchildren and greatgrandchildren, that the atrocities of the World Wars are never, ever repeated. I believe, in the strongest moral terms possible, that to receive this vaccine in its current status, involuntarily, would be akin to violation of those Codes that were learned and written in the hard-earned wisdom of our forefathers.

For these reasons, I am requesting a religious accommodation, under Title VII and any similar New Jersey state law(s), that will excuse me from having to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, and further request that no adverse employment action be taken against me on account of my religious beliefs.

Thank you for your anticipated consideration.


FFSakeCameBack 1 point ago +2 / -1

"The great thing about my religion is that I don't have to answer questions about it. All you need to know is that I have a very good reason for rejecting mrna gene therapies."

No one can "approve" A right. Then it isn't a right.

CloudNine 1 point ago +1 / -0

i looked up vax ex sample letters,,,

here's one,, but seems plenty more. i did read it all


clarefries 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, if they meet with you and someone you've never seen before is in the meeting, ask if they are a lawyer. If they say yes, ask if you need to have your own lawyer present. If the lawyer (not your boss) says that they don't think you need a lawyer (or make any implication to that effect), tell him that you are pretty sure that constitutes legal advice and you are also pretty sure that his offering that legal advice to a non-represented adverse party is an ethical violation which is reportable to the bar. Tell them you are not comfortable and feel intimidated with an adverse lawyer in the room. Make them leave. If they won't, let them know that you can reschedule when your attorney is present.

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PaulieM91 2 points ago +2 / -0

And violation of said right could result in no less than life imprisonment or death.