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Jul 7, 2022·edited Jul 7, 2022Pinned

as a retail PharmD RPh since '09, graduated at age 40, from DAY ONE, i refused to get/give the experimental, irreversibly-gene-altering, shot that turns your own cells into spike-protein factories(!) and i made it (kept working) until mid-Feb '21, when i was post-infection (with extended symptoms, brain, breathing struggles, fatigue, never hospitalized) since late '20, and i still couldn't tolerate a mask, so they sent me home, with another warning that i was OBLIGATED to administer everything i had been authorized to give, to which i promptly replied, i refuse to give an experimental, irreversibly-gene-altering, VAERs documented as *not harmless,* shot, even then; further, I refuse to take on that risk and liability to my patients for reckless endangerment, due to convenience and undue political pressure to act in response to FEAR (false evidence appearing real)! i have NEVER needed a job that badly (altho i truly loved educating patients about how to make the best use of their medicines until then... there are plenty of ways to use medicine effectively, i believed... a different loooooong story... )

so... now, 17 months later, my friends send me regular pictures of the sign that says "THE PHARMACY IS CLOSED DUE TO NO PHARMACIST" where i used to work... if i ever felt physically and neurologically that i could go back, i don't think i could EVER again give ANY vacks-- then what?? G.O.K.... still struggling with brain fog and fatigue, oxygen sat 95ish, instead of 100, as it used to be, so i am not working, technically on leave still... such a personal loss, it's difficult, I'd rather be working, miss my patients a bit at this point, which hasn't been the case for a loooooong long time... so I'm slowly improving, I'd estimate... fwiw

guess i told them, huh...

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Jul 7, 2022·edited Jul 7, 2022Author

What an amazing history in this volatile environment. Pinned post!

We sought pharmacists' insight in preparing this article. One thing became clear: Only one courageous pharmacist should not have to be Braveheart. But rather, we wrote it so that pharmacy companies could see some legal writing on the wall regarding their huge looming liability, and also so that pharmacists would see how strong they can be legally

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Jul 7, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

thank you Dr Huber! it's a difficult story! professional boundaries are key, imho... as well as having a reputation for rare and AUTHENTIC patient care... i knew i was NOT willing to look the other way and submit to someone else's definition of "safe and effective"-- it was IMMEDIATELY alarming to think of giving such a jab... so... after YEARS of battling corporate intrusion into my professional ethics and judgement in my own PRACTICE of medicine, it was actually quite easy to REFUSE and explain why... then i was accused of scaring patients in a report to the corp ethics line... i could go on and on... may i suggest that working in retail Rx fundamentally requires a BACK bone, a FUNNY bone (sense of humor) and a ton of prayer support... and ... patient patients were always appreciated ♡

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If you haven’t yet, consider researching FLCCC website for long covid tx info & physician referrals - recommend Dr. Pierre Kory & team

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tysm... I've been thru flccc protocol (telehealth Feb '22 onward) with IVM, improved energy some, then fluvoxamine (super low dose 9 mg), which helped enough with brain processing that I'm on ss since June 11, sometimes "with gusto!" then i forgot about Dr Kory and signed up for goldcare.com for $1k, not realizing visits are extra (post-viral brain!)... slooooowly getting progress... looooong story... not sure whether i can afford to sign up with another service... my husband was a little mad i did that...

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Good day,

I just watched about methylene blue,

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May be worth a look. Could help you. All the best... more:

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Emergency rooms around the world use it, as it’s the only known antidote for metabolic poisons causing methemoglobinemia, which is when a metabolic poison interferes with the transport of oxygen in hemoglobin.

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so appreciate this! i asked for it, but they wouldn't prescribe m.b. bc of interactions with other stuff i have taken for years, at super-low doses, but even a super-low dose m.b. could cause serotonin syndrome, you know... then i might need "supportive care," which is obviously *not* going to work per telehealth N.P. (you don't think i made it thru more than a decade of retail Rx after 7+ years in school, graduating at age 40, without "survival pills," do you? 😉 )

this Dr Been video on brain fog was interesting...

https://youtu.be/J1e2s2wSZnc

part of this languishing going on and on has been that "MY BRAIN ISN'T WORKING," and no one will help me, so far, esp since i can't tolerate a mask... it took me until summer '21 to figure out my MCV is elevated (125, normal is 80-100, early '21) and causing shortness of breath/ chest tightness--> one remedy is a "packed RBC transfusion," the other is diet (4-6 months to replace defective RBC, still working on it... long story!) so it takes awhile to figure out what to try and how to beg for it, since i can't diagnose or prescribe, of course... i think my official dx is anxiety, but that never stopped me from working and functioning before, now it is good days and bad days... 😕 😞 ... get lost on way to post office where I've lived 10+ years, losing things never found... my brain was 150% optimized prior to getting sick, so i know i can't take chances with patient lives... loooooong story... ty again for caring ❤ maybe it will help someone else...

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This interview has more on Menthylene Blue. Dr. Ryan Cole and Dr. Mercola.

https://oh17.com/2022/07/05/pathologist-speaks-out-about-covid-jab-effects-dr-mercola/

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Did y’all see this https://mobeensyedmd.substack.com/p/how-powerful-is-pfizer

Now pharmacists can prescribe!?

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ugh... i didn't get myself thru this article, but i can tell you, evidence-based medicine and the "shortage" of primary care providers has been the push for years. it's all just criteria and checking boxes and pharmacists can not only fill your script, they can prescribe it. anyone heard of "collaborative practice" and "clinical pharmacists" licensing?

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Nothing moves people as quickly and as easily as the threat of legal action taken against them. During the year of the mask, I acquired a Mask Exemption card which basically stated my American Disability Act l rights and the penalty charged to any business or individual who violated them. Just seeing the 50 thousand dollar fine they could be facing turned people from mask Nazi to sympathetic friend very quickly.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

very nice.

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How did you acquire a Mask Exemption Card?

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I saw an ad somewhere on a freedom supporting website. I believe it cost $10.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

If there was a vaccine tent setup and no one visited it.... what a wonderful world it would be. The pharmacists, nurses and doctors wouldn't have to choose between possibly murdering someone or losing their job for not possibly murdering someone. I can't believe that we even have to have this discussion. Thanks for the great post Dr Huber!

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

I took a conscientious objection to having our sons given the Varivax shot required by the county schools, because it was the first vaccine I was aware used fetal cells. This was long before "religious exemptions" for covid shots. I went down to the county board of health, explained my objections to the officer there and the boys were spared.

This proved beneficial last year when husband and eldest son applied for religious exemption to covid shots: they referred to prior objection to Varivax for our family. It helps to establish a history of protest to vaccines be it for religious/ethical or medical reasons.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Why should we need an exemption, religious or otherwise, to prevent being subjected to dangerous medical experimentation? Objection is a noble, civil response, but only serves to ratify the oppressor's authority to oppress the rest.

Just say no. Those who ostracize are your enemy. Judo can be an effective tactic, but only if you're willing to escalate.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Good point

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Thanks for comment!

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Normally, I would be greatly concerned about this lack of proper candidates to fill jobs not only in healthcare, but in many other work place positions, small businesses and even large establishments. I am confounded by this. Is it lack of skilled people? refusal to work?

I am perplexed.

Now in this instance, I am happy to know there will be a shortage of personnel to administer the shots. Sadly, there are way too many people listening to main stream propaganda and they are willing to hand over their bodies for the good of no one except for bigpharma

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Jul 6, 2022·edited Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

my guess for the employee shortage would be refusal to be injected for the privilege of working in the medical industry.

other industries are unfortunately similar in requiring injection as a condition of employment.

not to mention that double digit inflation without pay raises tends to make people seek new jobs or other ways of making a living.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

VAERS may be showing 54,000 disabled Americans, but the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows an increase of almost 3 million disabled persons from January 2021:

https://jessicar.substack.com/p/disability-claims-us-bureau-of-labor

The VAERS underreporting factor is real, and Steve Kirsch's estimate (over 40x) appears to be on target. His recent professional surveys suggest ~750,000 US vaccine deaths:

https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/latest-survey-shows-the-covid-vaccines

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Excellent point. This Harvard Pilgrim study found VAERS underreporting to be greater than 100.

https://digital.ahrq.gov/sites/default/files/docs/publication/r18hs017045-lazarus-final-report-2011.pdf

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Jul 6, 2022·edited Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Conscientious objection is a civil response to uncivil oppression. It can work, given enough time. Desmet recommends it. But those who fear being ostracized accept oppression, and our oppressors won't allow enough time for civil resistance to work. They don't mind firing hundreds or thousands of pharmacists and doctors. The oppressors don't want us to have good doctors. They don't care about our health, only our obedience, and disobedience will be punished severely enough to inhibit the others.

The most civil responses that are likely to prevail are litigation and elections. Those who want to improve things need to flood the system with lawsuits, and elect rational governments. If that doesn't work quickly enough, things will get much worse. Passive resistance is important, providing symbolic incentive for others to shake off their complacency and join the fight. But symbols are not sufficient.

Desmet quotes Chomsky saying if you have to tell someone what to do, you've picked the wrong person. Those who want to solve this problem already know what to do. Joe and his cabal are willing to crash the economy to achieve their socialist goals. They have no problem crushing the medical industry. We don't need martyrs, we need warriors.

Hope is just another vax, providing imaginary benefits for the naive, lethal for many of them. A narcotic for the hopeless. Neither safe nor effective. Resistance is fine, but we need to be prepared for escalation.

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"They don't mind firing hundreds or thousands..." They're even killing entire industries. Look at commercial aviation. They've also decimated the military and are now going after the National Guard. Amazing, all this scorched earth.

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Warriors exist. It's hard, however, to fight a war without resources. Please support/share: thegavelproject.com.

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i subscribed... best i can do at this time... ever think of teaming up with Renz-law.com? David Martin group?

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definitely appreciate this!

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I believe Gov DeSantis and his Health Head Dr Lapado, is the only Governor who didn’t accept the baby jabs! Florida pharmacies and doctors can still get them, unfortunately…..

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

At least it’s something..

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

More so (and To Wit): The Louisiana courts have found mandates illegal.

https://cdn.locals.com/documents/47656/47656_nqne54y7jtlk7e2.pdf

"The powers that Congress afforded the Agency Defendants within the statute above do

not include, or imply, the power to impose vaccine and/or mask mandates."

Thus, for the reasons set forth in the Court’s ruling, the Motion for Conscientious Objection is MOOT.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

And to "mandate" eua shots is pure evil bullying.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Lots of successful litigation. We need more.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

If anyone successfully deploys this letter or a version of it, please let me know; I'd love to promote it through my stack.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Thank you and your cohorts. Powerful.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Section 12 of the EEOC administration manual defines legal response to ANY strongly held religious belief. It also states clearly it can be a new belief you did not have before even if recently changed and that moral and ethical beliefs qualify. The manual/handbook is easy to find online.

IT DOES NOT REQUIRE AN ORGANIZED RELIGION TO CONFIRM YOUR BELIEF.

Additionally, it presumes companies and governments lack the expertise to challenge whether your belief is sincere or not. As such, the law requires the entity to assume your claim is valid unless they have very recent actions that shed doubt on the stated belief. And even in that case, the entity must inquire more to validate their concern regarding sincerity.

Lastly, the accommodations must be reasonable to the entity (not you).

Robert Barnes covered this on VivaBarnesLaw on locals.com.

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Excellent point. This is why I would rather irrevocably declare religious exemption, not request religious exemption. It is ours as free citizens to declare, if I read the US Constitution the same way those justices have.

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Not a lawyer. Not legal advice.

But I did a crap ton of research and got an accommodation... the info you need is available, but YOU have to find it. I am only pointing out where to look.

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if i may ask, what accommodation did you request that was "reasonable' to your employer?

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Same policies as used first 18+ months of covid... masks, distancing, etc. I continued to do my job well the entire time u Der those policies, as did everyone else. So they legally had to at least offer that.

They also mandated 2X weekly tests, which I negotiated out based on being a remote worker 95% plus of the time. They agreed to a test before I went onsite with an email of the result to HR.

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very interesting! thank you... in retail too many "karens," if you know what i mean... #StealOxygen only worked until i got sick, then not only could i *not* breathe effectively with a mask, it was impossible to effectively process ... mentally ... ugh... what a nightmare!

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

My point is that religious exemptions will work for any mandated action you oppose, so long as there exists a reasonable accommodation.

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Keep up the fight! Pharma and their paid off thugs can't be allowed to continue this charade that the shots are working. It's garbage. SCRIBE WE KNOW THAT'S JABBED IN EVERY FORM HAS COVID OR HAD IT shots don't work. They need to stop bring allowed to lie about effectiveness

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Jul 7, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

absolutely! i wish i hadn't been the only RPh i knew for miles who could see the risks(!!!) back when i was refusing to give/get it. one RPh eventually told me she damaged her thumb jabbing in all those shots (WORST technique ever apparently!) and wasn't able to work, pending disability...

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I am glad some pharmacists are openly refusing to play along any more. I am doubly glad that there are templates they can use to get their point across that will give employers and others pause before acting against personal rights.

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Thank you for this!!! I tried clicking the Wall Street link but it doesn’t work.

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Thank you so much for that correction. Just fixed the typo in the link.

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Thanks! I’m sending all 3 to a blue-pulled doctor friend, on his 4th because he’s “terrified of dying of Covid”….unfortunately, his fellow doctor friends continue to urge him to get his boosters:(

Hopefully he’ll read these links.

Meanwhile, I begged him to at least read the Pfizer trial documents that were released under court order. AND I told him I’d pay for a CD8/CD4 level to check his immune system. So far no response.

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Jul 7, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

I have thought about a C.O. since the mandates started. Fortunately, I have not been mandated. But a CO allows for a mix of medical objections as well as spiritual objections.

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Excellent point, and if (when?) "mandates" are rolled out again, let's make some noise about this.

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