NJ Keeps Their Religious Exemption to Vaccination in 2020
*Update – Slimy Sweeney says he will propose new bill with new amendments 1-14-2020 – vote unlikely*
January 13, 2020 – New Jersey showed up in the thousands today and have stopped their religious exemption (RE) to vaccination from being repealed. With this win the state becomes a clarion call for the entire Northeast, as a national Health Freedom Movement will be necessary as we begin to see federal vaccine mandates on the horizon. As the New Jersey Senate was in session today you could hear the thousands of protesters outside echoing throughout the Senate chamber. The same was true back in December when New Jersey beat down this same repeal bill in a similar fashion. The energy was ferocious!
The biggest screw-up by those attacking Health Freedom in New Jersey came when the issue was racialized. A deal was being attempted that would end the RE in all New Jersey public schools, but not in private religious schools. African American Assemblyman Jamel Holley stepped up as a major leader against this blatantly racist back-room deal.
“To suggest that we begin to segregate our students is an abomination of what every righteous leader should be standing up against,” said Jamel Holley.
Holley reminds me of Charles Barron, the Brooklyn Assemblyman who stood up for us in Albany, NY. Unfortunately Barron, and other brave Democrats like him, were not victorious like Holley.
What Was Different in NJ compared to NY
Why did New Jersey win their battle but New York lost ours?
New Jersey didn’t have a “measles outbreak” with a mainstream media Big Pharma PR-blitz as the bill was headed for a vote. New York did. We also had Mayor De Blasio forcing Brooklyn residents to get the MMR vaccine sparking courtroom battles. In New York we didn’t have any major media personalities allow our side of the story to be told to a large mainstream audience. God bless Bill Spadea for having Robert F. Kennedy on his live drive-time radio broadcast right when it mattered most! Oddly enough when I googled “Bill Spadea Robert F. Kennedy Jr. vaccination” nothing came up in the search engine. Regardless of Google’s censorship, according to Rita Palma the media narrative on vaccination has shifted thanks to the efforts of Health Freedom Advocates.
New York is a powerful state that is completely and totally controlled by Wall St., Big Corporations and the powerful in general. UPDATE – On January 14th, the day after the Jersey RE repeal bill was beaten, the local New York FOX TV affiliate said New Jersey has “delayed” their vote to repeal the RE with not one mention of the thousands of protestors responsible for that “delay.” They were selling Sweeney’s slimy propaganda. THAT is what the powerful in New York do on a regular basis.
The alleged “measles outbreak” gave enough momentum for the machines of power to turn against us in New York. Also in New York the threat of losing the RE was not taken seriously enough. Tens of thousands of New Yorkers who had their kids in private school with a religious exemption to vaccination did not know the RE was in danger of being repealed until after the repeal law was passed!
New Jersey also had the benefit of seeing what had just happened in New York, and they had the entire Northeast mobilized to support their struggle for Health Freedom.
THE FIGHT IN NEW JERSEY IS NOT OVER!
The New Jersey Senate Majority leader, Slithery Slimy Stephen Sweeney was missing 2 votes in the assembly that he needed to get the bill passed today. Because of this he chose not to put the bill up for a vote, but next session rest assured it will be back again.
Below is an update from John Gilmore on the New Jersey situation:
Below from John Gilmore:
The New Jersey bill to repeal religious exemptions died today with the end of the session without a vote. A modified version of the bill was introduced a few days ago that would have done away with the religious exemption for public schools but allow them for private schools, prompting new opposition based on the obvious class and income preferences created by the bill.
Thousands of people gathered at the New Jersey State House in Trenton today and kept up a continuous barrage of chants, songs, prayers and noise while both Houses held their last voting day of the session. Neither house voted on thre bill by the close of business, meaning that the votes to pass the bill weren’t there and the leadership would not allow them to a vote on the floor they knew they would lose.
Bill sponsor, and Senate President Steven Sweeney, said he will be introducing a new bill again when the new session for 2020 begins tomorrow, but Jersey legislature insiders says there is no chance a bill could be voted on tomorrow.
This is an enormous win for the people of New Jersey, and a defeat for politicians who are more than happy to sell access to our children and the drug companies who would buy them. Hopefully, this will give pause to the efforts in Connecticut, Massachusetts and other states that are considering repealing religious and personal belief exemptions.