IS YOUR EMPLOYER FORCING YOU TO REPEATEDLY INJECT EXPERIMENTAL EUA COVID-19 DRUGS OR BE FIRED?
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! YOU CAN SAY "NO!"
A Title VII Request for Accommodation Will Protect Your Religious Liberty. Your Employer Cannot Force you To Inject Experimental EUA Covid-19 Drugs to Keep Your Job!
Employers are requiring employees to inject their bodies with experimental EUA covid-19 drugs to avoid termination! Although this is unconscionable for a number of reasons, it is also a violation of state, federal, and international “informed consent” law. Moreover, Title VII requires your employer to provide you with reasonable accommodation based on your sincerely held religious beliefs. A Title VII Request must be submitted and defended. We highly recommend legal representation. Employers are NOT following the law and they are forcing employees to fill out predatory and unlawful applications and questionnaires.
PROTECTION IS AVAILABLE UNDER FEDERAL LAW. KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! Pfizer & the German BioNTech company are two different companies! Comirnaty, the FDA BioNTech covid-19 "Vaccine" is NOT available ANYWHERE in the U.S.
Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prevents your employer from discriminating against you based on your religious beliefs. If you have a sincerely held religious belief against injecting yourself with experimental, unnecessary, and potentially dangerous drugs, then a Title VII Request is what you need to keep your job and avoid forced injection!
DOWNLOAD, COMPLETE AND SUBMIT YOUR TITLE VII REQUEST TODAY.
PLEASE READ WARNINGS ABOUT EMPLOYER PROVIDED FORMS, QUESTIONNAIRES & MEETINGS at “Title VII Request Information” page.
IMPORTANT: Employers across the country are using the same predatory forms that seek to thwart your Title VII request! It is strongly recommended that you retain counsel for the Title VII process.
The more information you give your employer about your religious beliefs, the more they will try to use it against you!
Employers have placed short, arbitrary deadlines on Title VII requests. Even if you’ve missed a deadline, don’t worry, an employer cannot extinguish your religious liberties based on an arbitrary deadline.