As witnessed Saturday in Oklahoma, heroes are standing up to the tyrants.
In addition to Americans rejecting Biden’s unconstitutional COVID-19 jab mandate, others said NO to state-imposed mandates.
Surprisingly, this positive news stems from a California school board.
By a unanimous vote of 5-0, the Calaveras Unified School District decided not to “support, enforce, or comply with” Governor Newsom’s COVID-19 jab mandate for school children.
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While it seems most school districts have fought to impose abusive mandates on children, this is an applauded effort to protect their bodily autonomy.
Children have zero business receiving the COVID-19 injections, and the Calaveras School Board recognized the immorality of forcing this medical experiment upon them.
California School Board Votes to Not ‘Support, Enforce, or Comply’ With Gov. Newsom’s Vaccine Mandatehttps://t.co/tMtF5fCrpf
— Brian Tyson, MD 🇺🇸 (@btysonmd) November 12, 2021
Board of Trustees of the Calaveras Unified School District voted 5-0 unanimously not to “support, enforce, or comply with” the vaccine mandate, which has yet to be imposed.https://t.co/tXGAfE723I
— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) November 12, 2021
It's a start
California School Board Votes to Reject Vaccine Mandate https://t.co/0sgBeM5r4I
— Palm Desert Rat 🏝🏜🐀 (@PalmDesertRat) November 12, 2021
FOX 40 reported:
The decision came during a Tuesday meeting and applies to both students and staff. According to CUSD, they will discuss and possibly make a decision on mask mandates and testing protocols at a later meeting on Nov. 23.
In a Nov. 4 letter, the district said it was aware of the possible repercussions, including loss of funding and “other formal actions.”
Their decision to not go along with the mandate comes about a week after U.S. health officials gave the final approval to kid-size vaccination doses for children aged 5 to 11.
Doctors at Sutter Health recently said the best thing to do is get children vaccinated, and that it’s one way to keep children in school.
“Up until the last week of October, 24% of our weekly rates in the U.S. were children. So vaccination is the way to go to keep our communities safe and our schools open,” said Dr. Judith Valero, with Sutter Health. “And currently, even our school guidelines have that if a vaccinated child is exposed at school, they may still be at school. So it is a way to keep children in school.”
Vaccinating children is NOT a way to keep communities safe and schools open.
Children have a 99.9973% survival rate from COVID-19, and they’re not efficient vectors of transmission.
And millions of children have already had COVID-19 and acquired natural immunity from the virus.
If a child has symptoms, keep them at home until the symptoms subside.
There’s no reason to shut down schools.
Below is the school district’s letter to staff & families regarding the mandate: