Even though sometimes it feels like this fight against vaccine tyranny is going nowhere, the truth is, we’re winning… slowly, and painfully, yes, but we’re winning.
And if this new bill passes, it will be a tremendous victory for freedom.
There’s a new law being proposed in South Carolina that would ban employers from asking employees about their vaccination status.
In South Carolina they are proposing a law that would impose a fine or even jail time for asking somebody’s vaccination status. I love my state.
— Angelo D 🇮🇹 (@Angelo_DeFl) January 25, 2022
Rep. William Chumley, who is co-sponsor of the bill said, “The government has no place in making you or telling you to take the vaccination, or threatening your livelihood if you don’t.”
Here’s what’s in the bill:
House Bill 4848 is brief and to the point.
“Notwithstanding another provision of law to the contrary, any employee, officer, agent, or other representative of a public, nonprofit, or private entity who inquires about the COVID-19 vaccination status of any student, employee, member, or anyone else seeking admission on the entity’s premises is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, must be fined not more than fourteen thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than one year, or both,” it reads.
Western Journal reported that the bill was introduced last week and will be reviewed by the House Judiciary Committee.
Republican state Rep. Mike Burns, another co-sponsor of the “don’t ask” bill, said liberty cannot be infringed even amid the fight against COVID-19, according to WHNS-TV.
“This is still America and people should be able to choose what medication they take, or not take,” Burns said.
He has also introduced legislation allowing citizens to opt out of vaccine mandates and prohibiting discrimination against those who do so.
“We should respect the people who want to have them, and then we should also respect the people who are on the other end to and for whatever reason don’t want to take it,” Burns said.
“We need to be careful with what we impose on the citizens,” he said. “Freedom is an important thing, liberty is important.”
If this passes, it could spread to more red states, and that would change everything for a lot of good people.
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