LOS ANGELES, CA, March 21, 2022
– Feds for Medical Freedom, a national grassroots coalition comprised of more than 6,000 federal workers, have officially signed on as a partner for Defeat the Mandates * Coast to Coast
, which takes place on April 10, 2022. Along with the nation’s top COVID-treating doctors, Feds for Medical Freedom will join artists, actors, musicians, and thousands of Los Angeles residents with the message: Do not comply
Feds for Medical Freedom
was formed to respond to rigid and inflexible mandates imposed on public servants and government contractors. Thousands of these dedicated public employees have answered the call of duty and served throughout the pandemic, no matter the risk. They believe that the government should not fire workers because of their health conditions or medically informed health care decisions.
“Now is not the time to abandon well-established laws regarding workplace discrimination, informed consent to use unlicensed vaccines, and individualized assessments by employers,” said Marcus Thornton, President of Feds for Medical Freedom.
Frustration from Los Angeles residents and parents has reached a boiling point as Los Angeles Unified School District continues to enforce the indoor mask-wearing mandate at campuses with no end date despite being lifted at most other schools statewide.
And as Governor Newsom eases up on mask restrictions, eight highly controversial, draconian bills are being pushed in the State House by Democratic legislators. They include:
- SB 871 – would require all children 0-17 to get the COVID vaccine to attend childcare or school potentially without FDA approval. That bill also takes away any personal or religious belief exemptions,
- SB 866 – would allow kids 12-17 to get the COVID vaccine without parental consent,
- SB 1464 – would force law enforcement officials to enforce public health orders,
- AB 2098 – would reclassify the sharing of COVID “misinformation” by doctors and surgeons as unprofessional conduct that would result in disciplinary actions; and
- AB 1993 – would require all CA employers to require the COVID Vaccine to work in the state, including independent contractors. And big penalties for companies who do not enforce it.
The event follows the highly successful march that took place on January 23 in Washington, DC and was attended by close to 40,000.
Partners for this event include the California-based Unity Project
, Children’s Health Defense
, Front-line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance FLCCC
, Vaccine Safety Research Foundation
, World Council for Health
, and Jimmy Dore Comedy
In recent months, Americans of all races and political persuasions, vaccinated and unvaccinated, have raised concerns over the discriminatory policies and mandates being implemented nationwide. From truckers to NBA basketball players, the public has made its collective voice clear and voiced their opposition to mandates.
Vaccine Safety, especially amongst children, has been a serious cause for concern for doctors worldwide and is another driving force behind the festival. In fact, more than 16,000 physicians and medical scientists worldwide signed a declaration
publicly declaring that healthy children should not
be vaccinated for COVID.
More Americans face growing censorship, risk losing their jobs and being de-platformed on social media for voicing their personal opinions that run counter to the ever-changing “Washington, DC narrative.” Many feel that the discrimination, from restaurants to hotels to local businesses, is un-American.
The main goal of the Defeat the Mandates organization is to end the COVID mandates across the US and the following objectives are detailed on its website:
- No to Vaccine Mandates
- No to Vaccine Passports
- No to Forcing Covid Vaccination on Children
- No to Censorship
- Yes, to Informed Consent
- Yes, to Natural Immunity
- Yes, to doctors and patients making decisions without interference