During the Biden administration, the brutal orders of the federal government became public. And anyone who does not accept these mandates has been criticized for their own private medical judgments.
Exactly what Kim Saint said. What happened to him?
In a Facebook post Sunday, television reporter for KMOV-TV in St. Louis, St. Onge. Lewis said he requested a religious exemption from the vaccine order established by the station’s parent company, Meredith Corporation. He said he was given immunity only after receiving a letter from his pastor.
After approval, however, she tells him that Meredith told her that if she wants to keep her job, she has to follow three unsavory rules.
First, he said the company required him to wear an N95 mask at all times. Next, it is necessary to submit to St. Self-test for COVID-19 twice a week and provide a stamped photograph to prove that he has tested negative.
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Last but not least, St. He said it was the latter’s unreasonable need that pushed him aside.
“#3 is where I really drew the line and proved it’s not just about health,” St. Paul wrote. “So, I get tested twice a week and wear an N95 mask, but I can’t sit in the same room as my vaccinated colleagues who now know that we can’t just get Covid, but still spread it to others. deliver to?”
Saint said. Onge said he told his union representative that he would not accept the restrictions, and at that time he was allowed to. He added that he turned down “a non-disclosure agreement worth several thousand dollars” because he felt it was important to tell his story.
“Some of you will disagree with my decision,” he wrote. “I understand that some of you may feel personally offended by my choice.
But, silence is too big. Our freedoms are being taken away…the freedoms that our parents, grandparents, and so many others fought for.
Even in the midst of this discrimination against him, St. Onge that his faith in the Lord continued to inspire him. He told CBN News that he trusts the next step for himself and that his career is in the hands of God.
“I have scriptures that I repeat in my head when I feel discouraged,” she said. “When all is said and done, I answer only to God. Our Savior did it all and got it.”
In particular, St. Onge that Joshua 1:9 gave him strength “innumerable times” during his struggle.
“‘Be strong and courageous. Do not tremble or faint, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go,'” he read to CBN.
St. Onge is far from the only person experiencing similar suffering. As he pointed out, even those who were considered heroes at the start of the pandemic are now being ostracized for refusing to comply with vaccine orders.
“I refuse to stand for a company that dictates…