On July 26, 2021 residents of Front Royal, Winchester, and the broader Shenandoah Valley region appeared at the Front Royal Town Council meeting to express their outrage at Valley Health, which has a “monopoly” over the region’s hospitals and urgent care facilities, mandating the experimental coronavirus vaccine for employees. Residents of the area, which has a heavily Catholic and conservative population – and is where LifeSite’s U.S. office is located – have warned that Valley Health may find itself severely understaffed if it fires all employees who refuse the dangerous injection.
In a letter to Jay Hoffman, Rutgers senior vice president and general counsel, attorney Julio C. Gomez asked Hoffman to investigate misleading communications regarding vaccine mandates and direct university officials to retract them.
Citing concerns about the risk of heart inflammation associated with the vaccines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration asked Pfizer and Moderna to expand the number of children in their clinical trials.
We must reject, on moral grounds, all COVID-19 vaccines that have any connection to aborted preborn baby cells (especially those babies who were 'kept alive' long enough for scientists to extract the kidneys or retinas from which they derived the desired 'material.') Time and distance are irrelevant to profiteering from such abominations for any reason, even life-saving in the present or future.
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