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A Movement is Coming: Nationwide Voluntary Walkout & Stand For Freedom Against Vax Mandates

This event’s allocated social media hashtag is #AxeTheVax

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Nationwide Walkout & Stand for Freedom is set to take place November 8-11. The movement is a voluntary work strike to protest vaccine mandates in the workplace. Organizing the event is a California non-profit founded by attorney Leigh Dundas, Advocates for Citizens’ Rights. The group joined along with Robert Kennedy Jr.’s organization Children’s Health Defense and “other high-profile groups and individuals” to promote the event.

This event’s allocated social media hashtag is #AxeTheVax. Human Events reports “the movement was started by regular everyday American workers reaching out to Dundas and others looking for a way to join together collectively in order to have their actions felt, and their voices heard.”

Thus far, sporadic and intermittent protests have taken place around the world, and Dundas hopes this will bring a united front to the message nationwide. “The nationwide walkout has spread like wildfire, with white-collar professionals joining the supply chain workers and truckers 0 and employees from every industry and all faiths, creeds, races and political affiliations – now pledging they will strike during the week of November 8, as a statement that jobs should never be conditioned on medical mandates and tyranny,” said Dundas.

Dundas continued, “The blue-collar folks I talked to were working at large companies that were 40%, 50%, and often as high as 75% unvaccinated — and willing to hold the line. These guys are drawing a line in the sand, making a stand for freedom.  And I believe in my core that the week of November 8 will go down in the history books as the day that freedom rose up, tyrannical mandates went on the run, and history was changed for the better.”

The nationwide organization is a response to what many believe is an unconstitutional mandate imposed by the Biden administration. “Couple weeks ago, I started getting calls from the blue-collar guys. You know the folks who actually run this country. Because Americans don’t often have cause to reflect on this simple truth, but the fact is that this country does not run on the backs of people like you and me. It runs on the backs of blue-collar workers who make products, and who move products” said Dundas.

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  1. Maureen

    November 4, 2021 at 2:27 pm

    I will be joining the walkout…..I am fighting for all of us also….I am spreading this news…..HOLD THE LINE….

  2. Robert

    November 6, 2021 at 3:59 pm

    I am also in on the walkout. I’m in a unique position in where no one else can do my job if I’m not there. So can they go a week with no parts in the presses? We will see.

  3. george

    November 6, 2021 at 10:06 pm

    STAND FOR FREEDOM

  4. LEA

    November 7, 2021 at 2:45 pm

    This is a long time coming – spreading the word!

  5. Linda Hanna

    November 8, 2021 at 8:27 pm

    It’s long overdue…we need to stand up and reclaim our country from the jaws of communistic socialists. ..together we can’t be deterred. Let the movement begin….

  6. Julie Mower

    November 8, 2021 at 10:21 pm

    Good luck everyone, well done, supporting you from Australia

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Fauci’s NIH gives another $3.5 million to EcoHealth despite dangerous past of coronavirus research

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Just before he retires, Dr. Anthony Fauci has pushed through a new five-year grant for EcoHealth.  EcoHealth Alliance, is the U.S. nonprofit that Fauci and the National Institute of Health’s funds, “to conduct dangerous coronavirus research in partnership with China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology prior to the global Covid-19 pandemic” reports National Review.

Over the next five years, the troublesome EcoHealth will receive over $3.25 million; their first check comes this year for $653,392. The grant is one of four concurrent NIH grants that EcoHealth has; three of the grants were awarded after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The description of the grant on the NIH RePORTER website is to analyze “the potential for future bat coronavirus emergence in Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam.”

“This is high-risk research that involves going into remote, often inaccessible areas, and sampling bats and bat excreta, and then returning those samples to laboratories in population centers where they attempt to isolate the virus … and then seek to characterize the threat level posed by the virus,” said Richard Ebright, a biosafety expert and professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers University. “This is one of the kinds of research that may have been directly responsible for the current pandemic.”

The term gain-of-function research has become very controversial since the global Covid-19 pandemic, and National Review reports on the subject:

This newest EcoHealth project wouldn’t qualify as gain-of-function research, Ebright said. Gain-of-function research involves extracting viruses from animals and engineering them in a lab to make them more transmissible or dangerous to humans. But Ebright said two of EcoHealth’s grants do involve gain-of-function research and enhanced potential pandemic research on coronaviruses. And even if the current description of the new project doesn’t involve gain-of-function research, that doesn’t mean it couldn’t later.

From securing funding to completing the research, it is a six-year process, Ebright said, and the project is bound to change over those six years. “If researchers robotically followed what they proposed six years ago, they would not be taking into account developments in their own labs and in the field at any point along the way,” he said. “You have to have this flexibility. That also means you need oversight to make sure the flexibility isn’t going into forbidden areas.”

Going into forbidden areas is exactly how EcoHealth and its president, Peter Daszak, previously got into trouble. Starting in 2014, the U.S. government temporarily paused funding for gain-of-function research due to concerns over biosafety and biosecurity. When some of EcoHealth’s research – involving infecting genetically-engineered mice with hybrid viruses – seemed to cross that line, NIAID staff and EcoHealth leaders crafted work-around guidelines to allow the nonprofit to continue its work.

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