Since I published my article claiming that the new Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom at Health and Human Services is the PERFECT vehicle to challenge mandatory vaccines (and read by more than 130,000 people) I have been besieged by people asking if I really believed it.
But now I have PROOF I was on the right track!!
Now you have to get off your ass and help me (and yourself).
I have come into possession of an email from somebody who has met with the new director, Roger Severino, formerly of the Heritage Foundation, and the answer is an UNDENIABLE YES!!! I have put in italics the section from the person who MET with Severino, and in bold the call to action from the lovely person who sent me the email.
“The new director of this civil rights section at HHS is Roger Severino. He came to our meeting yesterday morning and briefed us on the new release. Severino was formerly with the Heritage Foundation.
He mentioned some very interesting points. One point that stuck to me was this: In the past it was always necessary to go to Congress if you did not like an agency regulation. With this new administration things have changed. One can go directly to the agency and file a complaint, and his staff will take it up and handle it. He recommended religious groups who are experiencing problems file complaints with HHS. He said they have the power to change regulations.
Following his talk I met with Severino personally and asked him about the mandatory requirements for kids to have the full battery of vaccinations in California, and that they were not granting religious exemptions.
I told him that a friend of mine had just moved her entire family to Utah, as she refused to have her kids do the full battery. He was very interested, knew a bit about it and said that his office was looking into it, and that the person should file a formal complaint. In this way the machinery to do something could be activated.
I think we should encourage everyone we know, who has experienced discrimination because of a refusal to vaccinate, or an invalidation of their religious or personal belief exemption (fits under “conscience”), or an inability to file a religious or personal belief exemption, or difficulty in having the exemption accepted, to file a report with the new HHS Office for Civil Rights. Flood the office, and let them see how widespread the discrimination is!! It’s happening, in varying degrees, in every state. Let the Feds know how widespread this religious and personal belief discrimination is, so they can change it!