BY THE CATHOLIC ACTION LEAGUE
VICTIMS OF COVID 19 VACCINE
MANDATES TO GATHER
IN STATE HOUSE
This Thursday, May 18th, 2023, victims of Covid 19 vaccine mandates will gather in the Massachusetts State House to give testimonials to the unjust discrimination they suffered for acting in accordance with their moral and religious beliefs, and for upholding their right to make their own health care decisions.
The meeting, which will be held in Nurses Hall, beginning at 11am, is being sponsored by State Representative Peter Durant (R-Spencer), and by two groups committed to the rights of conscience in health care, Health Rights MA and the New England Chapter of Children’s Health Defense, whose parent organization was formerly headed by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
If you are among those who lost jobs, forfeited scholarships, sacrificed a military career, were expelled from school or were denied admission to an academic institution because of vaccine refusal, the organizers of this event would like to hear from you.
If your physical health has been adversely affected due to coerced, involuntary vaccine reception, the organizers of this event would like to hear from you.
You may register to participate in this important exercise of the First Amendment right to petition the government for the redress of grievances here.
If you have suffered an injustice for the sake of your conscience in the matter of vaccine mandates, please take this historic opportunity to educate your fellow citizens by making your story known!
The following is the text of the leaflet distributed by the organizers:
The Faces of Vaccine Injury
Thursday May 18th, 11am – 2pm
You are invited to the Massachusetts State House, Boston, to share your story of vaccine injury or coercion on Thursday, May 18, in Nurses Hall. State Representative Peter Durant, Health Rights MA and Children’s Health Defense New England are collaborating on this special event to give you and others an opportunity to be heard.
Harms caused by the Covid19 vaccine and pandemic mandates must be acknowledged—and awareness raised about their impact. There is strength in numbers, and courage is contagious. We hope you will come to tell your story and bear witness to the stories of others.
If you feel uncomfortable speaking publicly, we still encourage you to attend. You will have a chance to meet one another, the event’s hosts, and visit legislators’ offices to urge them to support bills that protect bodily autonomy and prohibit coercion and discrimination.
All legislators and staff are invited to the event and encouraged to attend.
Important: This event is not open to all (Nurses Hall has an occupancy limit). We are inviting only those who have submitted a story, and a guest if they wish. If you know someone who would like to attend, please ask them to visit our website at HealthRightsMA.org and choose the link called “Share Your Story.”
- 11:00 am Check-in; conversations with fellow attendees, hosts, legislators & staff.
• 11:30 Introductory remarks.
• 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm: Opportunity to share your story at the podium. Please keep your story to 3 minutes or less so there is time for everyone. Recordings will be made available to legislators and others via links on the CHD-NE and Health Rights MA websites.
• Lunch will be provided.
• Before, during or after the event, attendees are encouraged to visit their state representative and senator’s offices.
• If you cannot attend the entire event, please attend a portion. The more who show up, the more impact we will have.A copy of the book we are compiling, The Faces of Vaccine Injury Massachusetts, will be delivered to every legislator’s office.
Thank you to all who have contributed!
Educational materials from Children’s Health Defense New England and Health Rights MA will be available to all who attend.
You are not alone. Together we will work to protect the future of health freedom in Massachusetts and bring awareness to the harms of COVID-19 shots and mandates.