California legislators have introduced a bill that seeks to ban anti-vaccine protests outside of vaccination sites including hospitals and doctors’ offices. If passed, SB-742 would prevent protestors from approaching vaccination sites. The bill would also make illegal the “passing a leaflet or handbill, displaying a sign to, or engaging in oral protest, education, or counseling with that other person in a public way or on a sidewalk area”.
The amendment to the Penal Code may be accessed here: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billCompareClient.xhtml?bill_id=202120220SB742&showamends=false
Editor’s Note: While it is logical for governments to ensure that vaccination sites are peaceful and orderly, SB-742 is not about that. Preventing people from engaging in a peaceful protest is a clear violation of the constitutionally protected freedom of expression. It is illegal and must not be entertained by a government that follows the rule of law. [In the Philippines, our local police are actively preventing people from protesting, read PNP warns against mass actions protesting against the government’s inoculation program. Also read COVID fines against Israeli protesters unconstitutional. You can also check out our articles on Protests and Non-Compliance to see more examples of public demonstrations against coronavirus restrictions].
Can you see how governments go to great lengths in order to protect the vaccine agenda? Why must they do this when we know that natural immunity can protect us from COVID? [Read The Science is Clear: Our Immune System Can Confer Natural Immunity Against COVID and its Variants, Your immune system can protect you from COVID and all its future variants, anyone who says otherwise is lying, Finland study shows vaccines, universal masking, useless against Delta variant, COVID Vaccines Do Not Prevent Transmission, Will Lead to a Variant Killing 35% of People it Infects, The evidence is in: Vaccines have failed, more dangerous than the virus].
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