IP4PI – Independent Physicians for Patient independence, is proud to announce the launch of our Rumble video channel outreach to patients and physicians across the U.S. and around the world.
As establishment-controlled social media outlets increasingly censor, cancel, and silence voices who are speaking out in support of COVID early treatment and vaccine safety, it is crucial to utilize alternate venues that support our First Amendment rights to free speech and assembly.
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College and university deadlines for religious and medical exemptions may be July 15 or August 1. Consider the following text to college President or Dean if religious exemption sought:
Dear President or Dean,
As per college or university policy, please accept my urgent request for religious exemption from experimental COVID19 vaccination so I may immediately return to campus. My personal religious beliefs and personal relationship with G-d are violated by college or university policy mandating mRNA and DNA COVID19 experimental VACCINES for the following reasons:
1. I cannot accept any product of human fetal experimentation such as the mRNA and DNA vaccines.
2. I cannot allow my body to be violated by an intervention where I am forced to make foreign proteins.
3. My body is a unit, created by G-d, with an immune system that defends me against viruses.
4. I cannot allow my body, spirit, health, to be violated by an experimental product that can cause unacceptable risk of disease and death as a side effect.
5. College or university policy violates the United States Constitution to not allow my free expression of my religion and relationship with G-d.
Please urgently exempt me from college or university policy violate my religion and personal relationship with God as detailed above.
Score a victory for patient rights and evidence-based medicine! The College of Charleston was planning to implement onerous rules on unvaccinated students, like mandatory COVID testing protocols.
Students and parents fought back and speaking out can make a difference!
After receiving a large volume of complaints, the South Carolina Attorney General told the school to case and desist both direct and indirect violations of the State’s prohibition on vaccine passports.
FITSNews reports: “In a letter to CofC president Andrew Hsu dated July 6, 2021, [Attorney General] Wilson wrote that the school’s policies ‘could be read to imply that an unvaccinated student (who) refuses to participate in a survey and monthly testing protocols may be subject to a reprimand, the harshness of which is unclear.'”
“It is a well understood principle of law that what cannot be done directly, likewise, cannot be done indirectly either,” writes AG Wilson, reiterating that heavy handed rules for unvaccinated students likely constitute a defacto vaccine mandate contrary to South Carolina law.