A cowed republic is a dead republic: Forced vaccination compliance goes completely against the ‘my body my choice’ argument Democrats use for abortion
(Natural News) The party of baby killers under the guise of “my body, my choice” are also the party that appears dead set on forcing others to do things with their bodies without their willing consent, aka force them to take the COVID vaccine.
(Article by Susan Duclos republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)
The fact that the Biden regime, the media, Democrats and liberals are all pushing for “forced” vaccinations,” shows exactly what they truly think of the “My body, my choice” nonsense they spew on a daily basis about abortion.
To them, “my body, my choice,” only applies to choices they wish to make and the hell with any one elses decision-making rights as to what goes into their bodies.
With employers, with the help of the media, trying to force employees to receive the COVID vaccine, we are now seeing certain states, like South Carolina and North Dakota, considering proposals to ban employers from forcing the compliance of employees that wish to refuse the COVID-19 vaccines.
The South Carolina and North Dakota proposal would bar employers from mandating employees receive the vaccine, but they leave exemptions for health care and/or hospital workers, the very people that would understand the dangers of side effects the most.
Still, it is a start as a method to protect their citizens from forced compliance.
A North Dakota lawmaker has brought forward a bill that would ban employers in the state from requiring their workers to get vaccines. The proposal would also give business owners protection against civil lawsuits from employees who come down with an illness on the job.
Rep. Ben Koppelman said House Bill 1301 provides “a reasonable balance between the rights of the employer and the rights of the employee.” The West Fargo Republican said workers would gain the freedom to direct their own medical care, while employers would have less liability.
Koppelman said the bill is not written to be anti-vaccine, but rather enables more personal choice around immunizations. He added that the issues of mandatory vaccines and employer liability are particularly relevant in the age of COVID-19, but the bill is meant to be all-encompassing.
As has been reported, certain corporations and businesses, along with sporting event organizations will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test in order to allow entry and service.
Beginning April 15, big indoor entertainment venues in California will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test from patrons as a condition of expanding the number of people allowed in.
Florida is leading the way against that type of creeping corporate authoritarianism, with Governor Ron DeSantis signing an executive order preventing companies from requiring a “vaccine passport” in order to do business with them.
DeSantis declared on Friday that the Sunshine State would not allow any sort of “vaccine passport” to be used by the state government or businesses in their operations.
Specifically, businesses are not allowed to require customers or patrons to produce “documentation certifying COVID-19 vaccination or post-transmission recovery to gain access to, entry upon, or service from the business.”
Additionally, state government agencies are prohibited from using “vaccine passports” and other kinds of certification as well as sharing or publishing a person’s “COVID-19 vaccination record or similar health information.”
DeSantis said in the order that vaccine passports “reduce individual freedoms and will harm patient privacy.”
While these are good examples, not near enough state leaders are protecting their citizens from forced compliance, and no liberal state leaders have stepped up to the plate to protect the individual liberty of their constituents.