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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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FFSakeCameBack 2 points ago +2 / -0

"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.