Mask Mandates

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Stop wearing a mask! Masks do not protect you from disease. Complying to the mask mandates is what allowed for the forced jab!

If you pick up a box of face masks, they clearly read:

The FDA has never approved the wearing of any face masks. They are currently only for EUA (Emergency Use Authorization). (Please see: https://www.fda.gov/media/137121/download). There is no substantial evidence wearing face masks are beneficial.

Quite the opposite, face masks do not protect you and many studies are harmful to your health. (Please see: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/the-science-of-masks/)

Studies Show Masks are known to cause:

  • Headaches
  • Permanent brain & neurological damage; especially in children
  • Bacterial and Fungal pneumonia caused by cloth masks fostering germs
  • Urinary Tract & Kidney Infections caused by the lungs forced to reabsorb toxins that then need to be excreted through the kidneys
  • Lung damage & cancer from the inhalation of toxic, synthetic microfibers
  • Strokes, seizures, respiratory failure caused by acidosis
  • Psychological harm; i.e. depression.
 In Children the situation is worse:
  • Life-threatening asthma exacerbation.
  • Anxiety: Babies rely on seeing the nose and mouth to identify parents.
  • Developmental Impairment; such as an inability to bond with parents.
  • Language impairment as young children need to learn language by watching adults speak and imitating their facial movements.
  • Lack of Empathy: Covering the face leads towards the dehumanization of others.
  • Social Impairment: Children fail to learn important social cues as they are unable to see adults smiling in approval or frowning in disapproval.
  • Depression as Children need to see parents, teachers, and other adults smiling. Smiling creates a feeling of acceptance and joy. The same of which is true of being close to other children and adults. A child needs to feel loved and accepted. Being pushed away is a sign of rejection; causing life-long trauma. Imagine how a child feels being told their natural desire to hug grandma can kill her!
  • Suicidal ideation as children who cannot wear masks may endure bullying and shaming from other children, other parents, and school officials.
  • Masks aid in child sex-trafficking.  You can’t see a mouth taped shut by a mask.
So what is the point of the face masks?

The imposition of a State Religion by the Federal Government. Similar to women being forced to wear burkas in Afghanistan (which is by the way, is not part of the Islam). Or Satanism, which requires all of its members to wear face masks when participating in Religious Rituals.

Current Mask Mandates and How to Fight Them!

Mask Mandates are not Laws! Laws are created by the legislating branch. All Mask Mandates must allow for religious and medical exemptions.

Current Mask Mandates:

For Travelers on Public Transportation: Currently the Dept. of Transportation has issued an order on January 29, 2021, following CDC guidelines requiring the wearing of masks by travelers to prevent spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.  

The CDC Order exempts the following categories of persons:

  • A child under the age of 2 years;
  • A person with a disability who cannot wear a mask, or cannot safely wear a mask, because of the disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq.); and
  • A person for whom wearing a mask would create a risk to workplace health, safety, or job duty as determined by the relevant workplace safety guidelines or federal regulations.
For Schoolchildren and Staff: Mask mandate in effect in the indoor premises of all public, private, and parochial preschool, elementary, and secondary school buildings, with limited exceptions. 

Exceptions will remain unchanged from the 2020-2021 school year, and include:

  • When doing so would inhibit the individual’s health, such as when the individual is exposed to extreme heat indoors;
  • When the individual has trouble breathing, is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove a face covering without assistance;
  • When a student’s documented medical condition or disability, as reflected in an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Educational Plan pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, precludes use of a face covering;
  • When the individual is under two (2) years of age;
  • When an individual is engaged in an activity that cannot be performed while wearing a mask, such as eating and drinking or playing an instrument that would be obstructed by the face covering;
  • When the individual is engaged in high-intensity aerobic or anerobic activity;
  • When a student is participating in high-intensity physical activities during a physical education class in a well-ventilated location and able to maintain a physical distance of six feet from all other individuals; or
  • When wearing a face covering creates an unsafe condition in which to operate equipment or execute a task.
CDC Mask Mandates are currently being enforced in many workplaces.

How to Fight the Mask Mandates!

As noted mask mandates are not laws. The best way to fight them is to not comply! A good way to not comply is assert the medical and/or religious exemptions.

Currently the mask mandates involve an EUA (Emergency Use Authorization) product. According to the law EUA products must be voluntary. Under 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3, States may not mandate the vaccines or tests, and private entities do so at the peril of violating federal law. In addition, an employer might lose liability protection against damages due to injury.

However good luck trying to demand your legal rights not to be forced to wear a EUA product while at work, on a public bus, or your kids at school. As you can see everything the government is doing is against the law. Yes, if you are going to sue in a court of law, you can argue in defense of the EUA law. Otherwise, You are better off claiming either the medical and/or religious exemption.

Claiming Medical Exemptions for Customers:

The mask mandates clearly allow exemptions for those who cannot wear them. The State and CDC exemptions clearly state that if one is unable to wear a mask for health reasons they don’t have to do so. It doesn’t matter if your disability is physical or emotional. In fact, you don’t even have to be officially disabled. I can’t wear one, because I need oxygen is a sufficient enough reason as face masks can lower your oxygen levels. According to the HIPPAA Act, you do not need to discuss your disability. If you have asthma and you wish to tell the bus driver, that’s up to you, but you don’t have to. The HIPAA Law was enacted to provide medical privacy. Think about it? What if your 12 year old child’s medical condition was not asthma, but let’s say she was the victim of child sex-trafficking where her mouth was taped off and now she has anxiety over anything covering her face, obviously that is not information you would want to share with the bus driver and 40 passengers.

Yes, you may experience bus drivers or supermarket managers threatening to call the police or demanding you leave. This is illegal. You can file complaints both with your local NJ Division on Civil Rights (or NY Division on Human Rights) and the ADA. You can also file a lawsuit against the company for discrimination against the disabled. If the police come, ask them to file a complaint on your behalf. It is their job to file a complaint. Just like you can’t discriminate against someone for being black to enter the grocery store or bus, you can’t discriminate anyone for being disabled and not being able to wear a mask! Please copy the form below and show to bus drivers, grocery store owners, police officers, etc

Claiming Religious Exemptions for Customers:

42 U.S. Code Title II of the Civil Rights Act §2000(a) states: All persons shall be entitled to the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, and accommodations of any place of public accommodation, as defined in this section, without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, or national origin.

Many organized religions prohibit their members from wearing face masks. For example, Jew and Christians are forbidden to wear a mask according to tradition based upon scriptures.

Ezekiel 24:22: “And you shall do as I have done; you shall not cover your lips”

Job 24:15: “The eye of the adulterer also waits for the twilight, saying, ‘No eye will see me’; and he veils his face.”

2 Corinthians 3:18: “And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.”

1 Peter 2:13-17: “Be subject for the Lord’s sake to every human institution, whether it be to the emperor as supreme, or to governors as sent by him to punish those who do evil and to praise those who do good. For this is the will of God, that by doing good you should put to silence the ignorance of foolish people. Live as people who are free, not using your freedom as a mask to cover-up for evil, but living as servants of God.”

You do not need to be a Jew or Christian to claim a religious exemption. You can be any religion or no religion. You do not even need to belong to any organized religion. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”) broadly defined “[t]he term ‘religion’ [as] all aspects of religious observance and practice, as well as belief.” See also: .” 42 U.S.C. § 2000e(j) as well as United States v Seeger, 380 U.S. 163, 184, (1965).  In Welsh v United States, the Court clarified that religion does not require belief in God or divine beings. In other words, you can be an agnostic or atheist, too. Rather the Court found that nontheistic beliefs could also be religious within the meaning of Title VII as long as the belief  “occup[ies] in the life of that individual ‘a place parallel to that filled by God’ in traditionally religious persons.” 398 U.S. 333, 340 (1970).

Claiming Medical Exemptions as an Employee or for your Child:

Claiming a medical exemption as an employee or for a schoolchild is much more involved than just saying, “I’m Can’t Breathe with a Mask!” or “My child is disabled!”

In fact, Governor Murphy in NJ went as far as adding language in his Executive Order 253 that reads: “Individuals seeking a medical exemption from mask wearing … will be required to produce written documentation from a medical professional to support that exemption. Self-attestations and parental attestations are not sufficient.”

In order to get a medical exemption, you must write a letter to the HR Dept of your job or your school’s principle. It is advisable to provide medical documentation and a doctor’s letter if possible. Why, if possible? Many doctors fear having their license removed if they write an exemption letter. Your best bet is to find an older doctor on the verge of retirement in his own practice.

Sample Letters

(Please keep in mind all Sample Letters are there to provide a potential guideline. Please change and edit to fit your specific need. They are not to be construed as legal advice or to be used in lieu of legal advice from a legal attorney. We take no responsibility for the results. Use at your discretion.)

Sample Letter 1

DATE

To: (insert employers name)

       (insert employers address

       (insert employers city, state, zip)

Dear whom it may concern:

My name is ____________. My job title is __________ . I work in the ______dept. at ________place of business. For the last year and a half, we have been working from home. Now we are being called to return to the office. Part of the protocol for returning, I have been informed is wearing a face mask. The face mask is a EUA (Emergency Use Authorization) product. According to 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3, EUA products must be completely voluntary. States may not mandate EUA products, and private entities do so at the peril of violating federal law. I cannot wear a face mask. It impedes with my ability to breathe and causes me to have headaches. I claim the medical exemption and request that I be exempted from wearing a face mask at work or to be provided a reasonable accommodation, such as being allowed to work from home. Thank you.

(insert signature) _______________________________

Your Name Printed

Sample Letter 2

DATE

To: (insert employers name)

       (insert employers address

       (insert employers city, state, zip)

Dear whom it may concern:

My name is ____________. My job title is __________ . I work in the ______dept. at ________place of business. I requesting a medical exemption over the mask mandate policy. I have asthma and the mask is causing me severe asthma exacerbation and hypoxemia. I am providing documentation of my health conditions along with a letter by my doctor explaining my health conditions. If necessary I am willing to accept a reasonable accommodation. Thank you.

(insert signature here)_______________________________

Your Name Printed

Sample Letter 3 (School)

DATE

To: (insert principal’s name)

       (insert school’s address

       (insert school’s city, state, zip)

Dear whom it may concern:

I am the mother of ____________. I am requesting a medical exemption for my child. My child suffers from constant headaches when being forced to wear a mask and I have enclosed a doctor’s letter exempting my child from wearing a face mask due to headaches. Thank you.

_______________________________

Signature

Your Name Printed

If your Medical Exemption is denied:

If your medical exemption is denied, you should start by sending a letter to the school or to your employer to find out exactly what information they need to comply with your request.

DATE

To: (insert employers name)

       (insert employers address

       (insert employers city, state, zip)

Dear whom it may concern:

My name is ____________. My job title is __________ . I work in the ______dept. at ________place of business. I just received a letter denying my medical exception. Can you please explain on what grounds you have rejected my medical exemption concerning the mask and what specific documentation I need to provide in order for it to be approved? Thank you.

_______________________________

Signature

Your Name Printed

Sample Appeal Letter 1

When filing an appeal, make sure you notarize the letter below and send by registered mail.  

AFFIDAVIT

DATE

To: (insert employers name)

       (insert employers address

       (insert employers city, state, zip)

Dear whom it may concern:

My name is ____________. My job title is __________ . I work in the ______dept. at ________place of business.

 I, _______, have enclosed the additional information requested by your office to reaffirm that my medical condition(s) ________makes me unable to wear the mask. Since I have provided the additional documents required, you should grant me the medical exemption or reasonable accommodation I am entitled to by law.   

I, _________(your name) certify under Penalty of Perjury and the laws of the State of (New York or New Jersey) that the foregoing affidavit is a true, accurate, and correct statement.

_______________________________

Signature of Affiant

Your Name Printed

 ACKNOWLEDGMENT

state of ________________________ county of _______________________

On this _______ day of ______________, 20___, before me personally appeared__________________________, to me known to be the person described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledged that he executed the same as his free act and deed, for the purposes therein set forth.

  _______________________________________

  (Notary Public)

My Commission Expires ______________________________, 20___

If your medical requests are denied:

Go to the section Medical & Religious Exemptions for steps you should take such as filing complaints with different agencies from the ADA to EEOC.

Claiming Religious Exemption at Work or for Your Kids at School:

The Religious Exemption is the easiest to apply for. It doesn’t require any doctor letters. No letters from pastors or rabbis. All that is necessary is a heartfelt and sincere letter on your behalf or that of your child or children. The First Amendment of the US Constitution guarantees that you are able to exercise your rights to follow, and adhere to, the religious tenets and practices of your faith.

Sample Letters

(Please keep in mind all Sample Letters are there to provide a potential guideline. Please change and edit to fit your specific need. They are not to be construed as legal advice or to be used in lieu of legal advice from a legal attorney. We take no responsibility for the results. Use at your discretion.)

Sample Letter 1

DATE

To: (insert employers name)

       (insert employers address

       (insert employers city, state, zip)

Dear whom it may concern:

My name is ____________. My job title is __________ . I work in the ______dept. at ________place of business. As a practicing Jew, I am unable to wear a face mask as it contradicts my religious beliefs. According to numerous passages in the Old Testament, only sinners wear masks to conceal their evil deeds as for example in Job 24:15: “The eye of the adulterer also waits for the twilight, saying, ‘No eye will see me’; and he veils his face.”

I, _________(your name) certify under Penalty of Perjury and the laws of the State of (New York or New Jersey) that the foregoing affidavit is a true, accurate, and correct statement.

_______________________________

Signature of Affiant

Your Name Printed

Sample Letter 2

DATE

From: (insert your name)

           (insert your address

           (insert your city, state, zip)

To: (insert principal’s name)

       (insert school’s address)

       (insert school’s city, state, zip)

Dear whom it may concern:

My name is _________ and I am the mother of _________ who attends your school. As a practicing Christian I cannot allow my child to wear a face mask in school. Covering our faces is against our religion. In 2 Corinthians 3:18 it clearly states: “And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.”

Only sinners such as Satanists wear masks. Various passages in the Old Testament make it clear only sinners and hypocrites wear masks or veil as for example in  Job 24:15: “The eye of the adulterer also waits for the twilight, saying, ‘No eye will see me’; and he veils his face.”

Sincerely,

__________

Signature

Printed Name

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