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Religious Exemption Request Exemplar

What I would write:

"Taking this vaccine violates my conscience for at least three reasons: first, the use of aborted fetuses in either the development or production of these vaccines, or both, when my religious beliefs require that I respect all human life, including fetal life, and not knowingly profit from harm to fetal life; second, the invasion of my body with foreign toxins when my religious beliefs require I treat my body as a temple, and not so knowingly desecrate it; and third, the coercion against informed consent of this vaccine when my religious beliefs require all medical treatment be conditioned upon informed consent. This is a matter of life and death, the very purpose for which I live my life, respect for all human beings and all human life in the world, a core matter of right and wrong, and essential to my very being. I cannot violate my conscience on such a core matter of my morals and the beliefs that guide me and govern me, formed by religious beliefs and as instructed by my religious tenets. I have never knowingly taken any vaccine, or any medicine, developed or produced with aborted fetal cells, that invaded my body with foreign toxins, or that were compelled against informed consent. The violation of informed consent is a matter of religious conscience; what the Nazi doctors did is morally wrong, spiritually offensive, and participating or partaking in such invasive, coerced medicine at any time offends the very core of my conscience. I cannot consciously disrespect human life, and the core of what makes us human and the dignity it requires we treat ourselves and our fellow human beings, even if it might medically or financially profit me to do so. Some things are not for sale; my conscience, formed by the core of religious tenets, is one of them."

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The Barnes Brief: Friday, May 31, 2024

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What Are The Odds:

Sunday at 6 pm eastern: Law for the People w/ Viva

 

Book Recommendation: Attorney For The Damned. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/187958.Attorney_for_the_Damned

 

Closing Argument: Food Freedom & Medical Freedom Poll Details

 

Introduction: Top 10 Headlines of the Week

  1. Trump verdict.
  2. Public rallies to Trump.
  3. Market mostly ignores Trump verdict.
  4. MDMA to be legal?
  5. Bureaucracy killing economy.
  6. More vaccine injuries.
  7. NATO flirts with war with Russia.
  8. CRE disaster.
  9. Zoomer revolt.
  10. FOIA Fauci fraud. 

*Bonus: Rangers to the rescue.

Wisdom of the Day: “I was shocked how much people support Food Freedom.” Richard Baris.

 

The Evidence: Top Ten Articles Curated from The Barnes Library

  1. Inside China’s problems.
  2. The Technocratic State.
  3. Left fears demographic shift.
  4. De-banking spreads.
  5. The Anxious generation.
  6. Dems stuck with Biden.
  7. The crack baby debate.
  8. Child welfare agencies investigation.
  9. Punishment backfires for cases of addiction.
  10. The state is not the solution.

*Bonus: No “kids” exception to 4th Amendment.  

 

Homework: Cases TBD on Sunday Show

  1. Selective prosecution.
  2. Due process.
  3. Impeachment immunity.
  4. Right to confront and present witnesses.
  5. Discovery rights.
  6. Jury issues.
  7. Texas approves abortion law.
  8. Insanity defense.
  9. Stopping voter fraud.
  10. Drug searches.
  11. Search warrants in kids’ cases.
  12. SCOTUS: New York’s selective prosecution problem.

 

Closing Argument: 1776 Law Center Survey Details

  • As requested, a deep dive into the survey by Big Data of the American people on issues of Food Freedom and Medical Freedom.
  • If a candidate supports a right to buy food directly from farmers without government permission, are you less likely to vote for them, more likely to vote for them or no impact on your vote?

More Likely: 58%

Less Likely 12%

No Impact: 30%

More Likely by Demographic

Men: 60%

Women: 56%

18-29: 60%

30-44: 60%

45-64: 55%

65+: 56%

White: 59%

Black: 55%

Hispanic: 53%

Asian: 52%

Other: 55%

GOP: 66%

Democrat: 54%

“America First” Republican: 71%

Liberal: 55%

Moderate: 54%

Conservative: 65%

No College Degree: 61%

College Degree: 55%

Under $100K: 58%

Over $100K: 58%

Employed: 61%

Disabled: 60%

Student: 53%

Retired: 56%

Private Union: 71%

Married: 60%

Widowed: 66%

Single: 53%

Kids under 18: 63%

Veteran: 65%

Evangelical: 64%

Mormon: 71%

Urban: 58%

Suburban: 54%

Rural: 65%

Northeast: 54%

Midwest: 56%

South 62%

West: 53%

Certain to vote in 2024: 60%

Trump Voters: 66%

Biden Voters: 53%

Libertarian: 69%

Voters Considering both Trump & Kennedy: 63%

 

  • Why do they feel this strongly? Here’s why.

 

“Americans should be allowed to buy food directly from farmers without getting government permission”

Strongly Agree: 50%

Agree: 28%

Disagree: 8%

Strongly Disagree: 2%

 

% Strongly Agree:

Over 45: 55%

GOP: 61%

Conservative: 61%

America First: 69%

Independents who “share little in common with either party”: 51%

No College: 53%

Evangelicals: 56%

Muslim: 63%

Mormon: 67%

Rural: 58%

West North Central: 59%

Certain to vote in 2024: 54%

Considering both Trump & Kennedy: 62%

 

  • What is the problem they are identifying? Here ‘tis.

“More food should be available directly from the farmer than from big corporations”

Strongly Agree: 51%

Agree: 30%

Disagree: 7%

Strongly Disagree: 2%

 

  • Equally, Americans overwhelmingly support medical freedom.

 

Candidate Supports Making Drug Companies Financially Responsible for Vaccine Injuries

More likely: 68%

Less likely: 13%

 

Drug Companies Should Not Be Immune From Suit If Their Vaccines Cause Injuries

Strongly Agree: 49%

Agree: 25%

Disagree: 10%

Strongly Disagree: 7%

 

% Strongly Agree

GOP: 56%

Conservative 58%

America First: 62%

Independents Who Share Little in Common w/ Either Party: 52%

Non-College: 56%

Unemployed, Looking: 53%

Disabled: 56%

Veteran: 50%

Evangelical: 57%

Midwest: 53%

Certain to vote in 2024: 53%

Trump 2024: 56%

3rd Party/Independent: 55%

Considering Trump & Kennedy: 65%

 

  • Why such strong, broad support? Here, again, we find the answer.

 

Suffered serious adverse consequences from the Covid-19 vaccine in terms of discrimination?

Yes/Unsure: 31%

 

% Yes/Unsure

Under 30: 49%

Over 50: 25%

Black: 42%

Hispanic: 43%

Other: 43%

Independent: 31%

America First Republican: 45%

Independent Share Little in Common w/ Either Party: 36%

Non-White No College: 45%

Unemployed: 43%

Student: 37%

Private Union: 54%

Separated: 45%

Kids Under 18: 51%

Active Military: 53%

“Another religion”: 39%

Evangelical: 40%

Urban: 39%

Unsure about voting in 2024: 42%

New voters: 49%

Third Party/Independent: 48%

Considering Kennedy or Trump: 53%

 

Someone close to you suffered serious injury or death from Covid19 vaccine?

YES: 22%

Unsure: 8%

NO: 70%

 

% Yes/Unsure

Under 30: 43%

Over 65: 20%

Black: 36%

Hispanic: 38%

America First: 43%

Independent Share Little in Common w/ Either Party: 36%

High School: 36%

Non-White Non-College: 39%

Student: 31%

Unemployed: 36%

Private Union: 45%

Separated: 40%

Kids Under 18: 43%

Active Military: 51%

Another Religion: 37%

Evangelical: 40%

Urban: 34%

Unsure about voting in 2024: 42%

New Voters: 47%

Independent/3rd Party: 50%

Trump or Kennedy: 65%

 

  • Food Freedom and Medical Freedom are the tickets to success in 2024.  
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Barnes Brief: Friday, May 24, 2024

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Sunday at 6 pm eastern: Law for the People w/ Viva

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The Barnes Brief: May 17, 2024

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Book Recommendation: Amish & the State. https://www.amazon.com/Amish-State-Center-Anabaptist-Studies/dp/0801872367  

Closing Argument: Open the Courts

 

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