If that's true, and you had nothing immediately set up, you committed gross negligence against your family.
Did the founding fathers commit gross negligence against their families by standing up against tyranny with no backup plan if the war failed? Were they all there thinking cool a bunch of farmers from a fledgling colony uprising against the greatest military power in the world surely this will work with no problems and no backup plan if/when this fails? Hell no. They did what was right even if it could potentially cost them everything.
My family supported my decision because the gross negligence would have been injecting myself with a shot that would potentially stop my heart in the future.
I am a smart, skilled person and know I can get another job or work for myself if necessary. Standing by your convictions is not gross negligence friend, it’s courage. And if you truly have red American blood in your veins it is your duty to rebel against this type of shit and not just take it because you have a lot to lose.
I’m not trying to be combative with you, just letting you know a lot of people with a lot to lose still said no to the shot.
Yeah you're on par with the founding fathers exact same situation.
If that’s what you took away from this then I have nothing left to say. You are truly a genius and a gift to the world. And weak. Enjoy your jab in your super sweet condo. When your heart stops I hope they find your body before your cats eat too much of it. Poor little guy. I wish you the best.