How Tennessee’s Vaccine Medical Exemption Bill Was Amended To Only Apply To COVID-19

The Tennessee Conservative Newsbreak Special.

Gary Humble from Tennessee Stands explains how Tennessee Senate Bill 187, that was supposed to provide Religious Exemptions to all mandated vaccines to Tennesseans, was amended to only apply to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What can concerned Tennesseans do next???

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5 thoughts on “How Tennessee’s Vaccine Medical Exemption Bill Was Amended To Only Apply To COVID-19

  • April 3, 2021 at 1:41 pm
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    I AM AGAINST ANY MANDATORY VACCINATION . It doesn’t matter if it is on religious grounds or not. Taking a vaccination is a personal risk and choice to be made by only the affected person. I MAKE THE DECISION AS TO WHAT GETS INJECTED INTO MY BODY…. NOT THE GOVERNMENT OR ANY OTHER GOVERNMENT SPONSORED AUTHORITY.

    Keep Big Brother OUT of my life. I’m watching all of these draconian measures closely and who does or doesn’t support personal liberty.

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  • April 3, 2021 at 3:20 pm
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    Thank you for watching these scum bags like a hawk. We’re moving to Tennessee from Southern California and the inmates are running the asylum here. What was once a glorious place to live has quickly become a battlefield. Watch out for leftists. They infect the state at all levels. They cheat their way into positions and are nearly impossible to root out.

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  • April 3, 2021 at 10:13 pm
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    I’ve written my friend Doctor/Sen. Joey Hensley to express my disappointment in his ‘move’ to protect a lobbying group over the ‘real rights’ of the citizens of Tennessee. But, further, I’ve been writting my representative, Sam Whitson, who has LITERALLY said that there is not need for legislation since there is NO such move to ‘mandate’ the vaccine, REALLY? And, Senator Jack Johnson, the 2nd or 3rd most powerful man in Tn. politics says ‘he’s not on the committee and won’t know how he’ll vote on that issue until he get to review the bill’! In other words, he is not interested in finding out what its all about! Not even for a constituent that has strong supported hin since his first campaign. WOW!

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  • April 4, 2021 at 7:51 pm
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    I understand the concerns on both sides. After all, do we really want a bunch of kids attending school with Measles? Some of these vaccinations have been mandated since the 1950’s. They are standard and I believe those should remain but no new ones added!
    Now a question: Does this mandate apply only to schools or are other institutions included?

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    • April 29, 2021 at 9:20 pm
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      The difference between the customary immunization schedule for public school enrollees is that there are decades worth of data in long term health outcomes. The Chinese Coronavirus vaccination is brand spanking new.

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