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Oct 29, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

My son is currently looking for a new job. Many are requiring new hires to take the jab. This is how the mandates work now. They simply say that you don't have to work there of you don't like their policy. He said no thanks but it makes it tough to get a job.

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Sounds like 'if you don't want to sleep with the boss, just find a new job'.

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Couldn't agree more.

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That’s an example of fascism in action. Government and Pharma working hand-in-glove. We’ve had a fascist condition in this country at least since Smedley Butler complained about it in 1930.

I am grateful to Dr. Malone for connecting the dots in the scamdemic. Dr. Fuellmich sits in prison somewhere.

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Oct 30, 2023·edited Oct 30, 2023

Remember, every corporation-type entity is a fascist fiefdom. Officers and serfs. It's what they are for; GM, Ford Foundation, Harvard, The Red Cross, Blackrock, Hospitals, State Farm Insurance, NGOs, The DNC, The GOP .... all elementally fascist non-democratic entities. Corporations are alien non-human persons in the law. The problem today? The entities and their officers enjoy influence and access that effectively grants them "super rights" that dwarf the rights of the individual citizen; super rights that have practically destroyed representative democracy and representative government as originally envisioned by the framers of the American nation. Thus the endless yammering about human rights as a rhetorical device to avoid speaking about and preventing narratives about mutual individual rights in common with equal protection and equal treatment under the law from dominating the discourse in the American commons. "Individual rights" are anathema to corporate and institutional officials both in and outside of government.

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Adam Smith explained that open market capitalism can function only within a moral and ethical society. The leadership of most large corporations is toxic--it does not know or care about the differences between right and wrong.

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“. . . can function only within a moral and ethical society.” Wasn’t the same said about our democratic republic? Nothing functions without morality and ethics except maybe Hell.

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The agency I left due to mandates also made a policy that any new hires are reputed to have the Covid injections and all boosters.

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It would be enlightening to know the industry or area of this job. Sounding pretty cocky for being in a situation in which it is hard to find good employees!

maybe time to consider a new area for a job-- both geographically and literally.

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It sounds like he is better off to not be employed by such a company. There are likely much better opportunities waiting for him just around the corner.

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Thanks for sharing this; anyone considering leaving a position has to keep this in mind.

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He's doing the right thing. Nothing is more important than good health. He'll find a position eventually but won't have to worry about heart/stroke problems.

Danny Huckabee

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Outrageous!! What state are you in?

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I'd replace "Arbitrary and Capricious" with "Planned and Coordinated." The Pandemic was nothing else but a tyrannical test Ala Gates, WEF, et al.

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Mounting evidence is practically every where.

Yet doom is flourishing.

Covid became the serious side show. As Toto pulls the curtain back to show you the real hidden story.

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Texas house just passed law forbidding employee jab mandates. An amendment upping fine to $50,000 sends it back to senate where it arose and suspect Abbott will sign.

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My wife and I were just talking about this on our walk this morning... I was the ES&H Director at a DOE National Lab run by an Ivy League University. I was well aware of and advocated for alternative controls vs. a mandated vaccine as we had success with the controls for well over a year. My position on alternative controls was rejected by the University and I was fired in August '21 to huge financial consequences. Are there any firms willing to take on a case? Is there even a case??

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Mike, contact a lawyer quickly. If you failed to file with the EEOC within 6 months, you likely have exhausted federal remedy. However, state law statute of limitations may be longer - but that is state specific analysis. This is not at all my area of expertise - I have this knowledge because I am a lawyer and a Plaintiff. That said, I am pursuing my remedies under state law. At least in my state, it is my opinion and belief (yet to be proven in court) that state law protections are stronger. Check informed consent statute in your state, living will statute, state equivalent of Buck v Bell (many states had it BUT at least in my state it was overturned by legislative action). God's will be done for all of us. There is growing potential also for claaaims based on genetic discrimination considering what is coming to light re DNA contamination, though that particular case has hurdles in development.

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The state of employment was NJ. I’m currently in Georgia.

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Sujata Gibson is in NY - she has done some of the winning NY cases. She may have a referral. But the statute of limitations question will be key. It is two years in my state. I do not have a New Jersey referral. God bless you Mike.

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Thank you!

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Childrens Health Defense may also be able to provide a NJ referral. I believe they might be involved in the Rutgers litigation. But time is not your friend at this point.

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You and others are victims of the tyranny of the majority by way of politics and manipulation of government policy by groups such as GAVI and WEF. That our judiciary allows it to happen shows how corrupt they are. Good news from Dr. Malone and NY court, yes there is hope to punish the crimes perpetrated against you.

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Arbitrary and Capricious is EXACTLY what I wrote in my letter to the company I worked for when they mandate “the shot”. And what I received in return was a notice of termination.

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Oct 29, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Job or jab is still going on after all this time and knowledge the shots are not effective in doing a thing except cause harm.

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Your courage and conviction is above and beyond. Not sure how many of us would have been that brave. I am grateful I was not in that position. Friends and family caved to the "science". They all regret their choice and most are ashamed to admit it.

God bless you and yours.

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Job or jab is still going on after all this time and knowledge the shots are not effective in doing a thing except cause harm.

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Never forget. What is done is done. Even if they could raise the dead, which they can't. Even if they could wipe all tears away, which they can't. No hate, just never forget; never again.

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What about all the military active duty and reserves who were horribly terminated and lost pensions and rank?

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this also applies to them.

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Military were federal, this was state, no?

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The data cited is what I refer to. Not the NY supreme ruling

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In the last NDAA bill, Cruz offered an amendment to "reinstate service members who were wrongfully discharged due to their COVID-19 vaccine status, and give justice to service members punished in other ways due to COVID-19 vaccine status.” The final tally was 46 votes in favor to 53 against. It needed 60 votes in the Senate to pass.

Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) countered that the amendment conflicted with two important tenets of the military: readiness and obeying lawful orders. COVID-19 infection affected military personnel’s readiness to fight and those who refused the vaccine when the mandate was still in effect were violating a lawful order, noting it is not the only inoculation the armed services require.

Some 8,400 service members were discharged over the mandate before it was repealed.

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Oct 29, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Just curious. 'Infection Affected military readiness to fight' From my perspective - so does pregnancy. Arent they being capricious and arbitrary here?

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Just by coincidence, "Senator" Jack Reed (D-RI) is a member of the "Council on Foreign Relations".

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We should be justly terminating the employers. In due time they will be begging on their knees for employees. It's already happening. "Help Wanted" signs all over.

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Reading your documentation reveals to me, a lay person, enough evidence to persuade even the most questioning doubter. But as we know, the courts work in strange and unpredictable ways. The case at hand is thoroughly covered and hopefully will set a precedent for other states. I do wonder why N.Y. and not some other state like Florida etc. This movement does make me hopeful, I just want to be around when the rest of the mockery and slander finds it's home! Great work! This doesn't surprise me, you have a gift in so many areas.

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Because Florida’s government outlawed mandates already without the insistence of the courts.

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Good to remember, is that legal? (ha ha)

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they knew the whole time, and when we said that we ALSO knew, they kicked us out of the conversation........because they knew their bs would shrivel with any close inspection.

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Oct 29, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

But sir, in newspeak, failure =success. Please report to your nearest re-education camp.

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you must be Canadian?

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Negatory, but I feel their pain.

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Oct 30, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

So...

I can refuse the HepB shot my from my employer (I took it and it damn near killed me).

I don't have to show vaxx staus for ANY OTHER SHOT except Covid, to get or keep a job.

I can claim a religious or faith based exemption (most places) for any shot but Covid.

The Covidians want amnesty for their, "hasty and poorly made" decisions, won't respect my right to choose what goes into my body and argue that killing babies is a right under the Constitution, using the phrase, "Her body, her choice!".

The same Covidians, by and large, are the architects of pretty much ALL of the worlds problems.

I don't think the next round of WEF / Globalist chaos is going to turn out the way they think it will.

Spot on again Dr.'s Malone. I appreciate your clarity.

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As a physician, the sad part is that it took a court ruling to bring forth the truth. The medical establishment went all in for the lock downs and the mandates. Doctors should rethink paying dues to the AMA or the specialty societies that took the governments word as gospel. Think like doctors not lemmings!

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I cancelled my AMA membership years ago, right after the AMA Guide to Permanent Impairment, 6th ed., as it is so clearly pandering to the work comp industry and is injurious to patients. The AMA is a bunch of socialist hacks who actually backed Obamacare, the greatest disaster to befall doctors and patients in the modern era, until COVID.

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They also promoted medicare

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"As a physician, the sad part is that it took a court ruling to bring forth the truth."

This can't be said enough. The shortcoming to the structure of our government has been the incredible amount of time it has been taking to discover what is behind the obvious pathologies that have seized our institutions and our agencies.

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Question: Why should the employer's concern about the health of their 'unvaccinated' employees be unequal and less than the employer's concern about the health of their 'vaccinated' employees, given that 'vaccinated' employees may transmit the virus to 'unvaccinated' employees?

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Oct 30, 2023·edited Oct 30, 2023

Yes. If we merely follow the irrationality to its logical end, how could the unvaccinated possibly cause a risk to the vaccinated? The vaccine is professed by the employer to be safe and effective and therefore essential.

The unvaccinated have all the risk. If they did not wish to be vaccinated, then the proper remedy is to have them decline in writing, accept all risk of COVID 19 infection on the job, and agree to hold the employer harmless from COVID 19 infection and illness in consideration of employer offering and allowing them to decline said vaccination and retain their employment.

This is the proper procedural remedy. To terminate the employee unwilling to be vaccinated has no just or reasonable logic to support that action. It's not just arbitrary and capricious, but malign and unjustifiably cruel resulting in profound harm to the terminated employee and their dependents.

Need to better educate the class action bar who, once they fully understand the tort, will need an army of front loaders to collect the monetary damages successfully drawn from the corporate officers, their consulting medical advisors and the employing corporation guilty of unconscionable malign acts of termination, retribution and wrongful discrimination against an innocent class of employees. Next, go after the for-hire Media, trade associations, interloping non-profits, NGOs, universities and their officers and conspiring experts and do it all over again.

The members of the boards and the officers of the corporations/institutions should be sued personally where appropriate. People did this, Officers did this to employees. It is not all the corporation's fault. The individuals presiding on the board of directors and others with executive responsibility and a fiduciary duty need to be held to account.

To not right these wrongs is accept that American citizenship means nothing where American corporate and institutional interests are concerned. Super rights for special people. Definitely NOT the American Way.

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That would also appear to violate equal protection clause, where one category of employee is burdened and another isn’t. Require all the employees to sign the release, or don’t.

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Oct 30, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Arbitrary and capricious. Am I starting to see a pattern here?

I just watched the new Emily Blunt movie "Pain Hustlers." It's a dark satire into the culture of pharma.

What struck me most? This question: What makes fentanyl so special?

Why are massive government resources focused on death by fentanyl while death by mRNA adulteration and inoculation, by malicious denial of early treatment and other forms of related iatrogenic death and murder by neglect go uninvestigated and unprosecuted?

What makes fentanyl so special that our government would ignore the more prolific, more cruel and more egregious human misbehavior resulting in far greater death and suffering?

The movie was quite something to see, but I saw much more than I bargained for.

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Will watch it -

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Why are massive government resources focused on death by fentanyl while death by mRNA adulteration and inoculation, by malicious denial of early treatment and other forms of related iatrogenic death and murder by neglect go uninvestigated and unprosecuted? - this reminds me so much "war on cancer" approach , we are here for you and fighting, so you don't have to !

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A lot people "terminated" need full retribution as well.

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