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magaeducator 3 points ago +5 / -2

none of the above

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magaeducator 3 points ago +3 / -0

BS. The admin at the school had to be aware of what he was doing. All it would take is the principal walking into his classroom and seeing the propaganda on the wall. But they were silent until they were caught

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magaeducator 6 points ago +6 / -0

It is the worst for language art teachers. Popular teaching resources like NewsELA are full of left wing propaganda

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magaeducator 17 points ago +17 / -0

Wow. There should be NO politics in the classroom

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magaeducator 39 points ago +39 / -0

No way her face is etched in his brain, he either doesn't give two shits or forgot

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magaeducator 132 points ago +132 / -0

Literally every other article I see on fake news is like this

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magaeducator 20 points ago +20 / -0

I can speak on this since I'm a teacher. They don't help kids learn. All kids do is fidget with their masks because they don't wanna wear them

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magaeducator 112 points ago +112 / -0

I really hate this timeline

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magaeducator 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hi, she basically used information from some of the links I shared. In her case, she had to answer specific questions, and her answers weren't that lengthy.

https://defendingtherepublic.org/covid/ ---> download the "Protestant Vaccine Exemption" document on the right side of the page. It lists specifically how the shots were made with fetal lines. Be specific with this information when writing it. "The Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the Jansen vaccine, uses retinal cells from a fetus that was aborted in 1985 and treated in a lab since; the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines test the mRNAs on fetal cell lines from an aborted fetus cell from 1973" <---- Be assertive that 'as a faithful Christian' you cannot use products that take their origin in abortion

Also be adamant that emergency use authorization includes the right to informed consent and the option to refuse ---> 'According to the Section 564 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, a lawful application of the terms of a lawful emergency use authorization ("EUA") pursuant includes the right of informed consent and the option to refuse . The FDA’s guidance on the right to informed consent and the option to refuse is highlights the right of informed consent and the option to refuse governing the administration of Emergency authorized “unapproved products.” ' Therefore, you have the right to refuse based on your beliefs on abortion.

She really just reworded/rephrased the information from the exemption document. If you wanna go another route besides protestant christian, you can look at the other sample exemption letters on the megathread in the comments. I sincerely hope that it works out for you.

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magaeducator 4 points ago +4 / -0

My sister said she was a Protestant Christian, and they gave her the exemption. She was very specific about how her religion could not allow her to use shots that had anything to do with aborted fetuses.

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magaeducator 3 points ago +3 / -0

I mean, I told my sister that it would not hurt trying. She goes to a public school that's part of the California State University system, and the CSU required the mandate for all its schools. Her school alone has like 40,000+ students I think, so I'm betting they're having push back from thousands of students. Not sure how big your school is.

My personal opinion, I think you have a better chance getting an exception for a 'vaccine' than a mask because you have to inject something in your body. Even if it seems that the legal system is failing, I'm sure some places mandating the shot are afraid of lawsuits. Look up some of the links that are in the comments of this post for examples of exception letters.

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magaeducator 9 points ago +9 / -0

as her older sister, i can't condone anyone talking about her body like that 😅 but honestly, she's never dated anyone, so i don't know

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magaeducator 9 points ago +10 / -1

Lmao what is she supposed to, drop out or get expelled? It's her last semester, and she has already paid $25k out of her own pocket for tuition

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magaeducator 25 points ago +25 / -0

She identified as a protestant christian. She argued that she couldn't get the shot because all three available ones were produced using aborted fetuses. Look at the exemption letters from the following two websites. They had really good evidence to use.

Look for the protestant exemption here: https://defendingtherepublic.org/covid/

Look for the orthodox exemption here: https://news.gab.com/2021/07/29/important-download-covid-vaccine-religious-exemption-documents-here/

The way she did it was that her college had her fill out a questionnaire, and she used the information on those letters to answer the questions

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