How Americans Prevented the COVID Jab Mandate

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola  Fact Checked April 23, 2023


March 23, 2023, Barbara Loe Fisher, cofounder and president of the National Vaccine
Information Center (NVIC), unveiled a public Truth and Freedom monument outside the
Mercola office in Cape Coral, Florida

The monument is dedicated to the casualties of one-size-fits-all mandatory vaccination
policies. It also celebrates civil liberties and human rights, the first of which is the right to
autonomy and protection of bodily integrity

At the center of the monument is a 7-foot-tall silvered bronze angel with a wing span of
nearly 5 feet. In her upraised hand, she holds a torch, which symbolizes the light of truth.
In the other arm, she cradles a baby, which symbolizes the future of humanity

Part of what has allowed the NVIC to become so effective is its Advocacy Portal, which
was established in 2010 to secure and defend informed consent protections in U.S.
vaccine laws. It gives you the information and tools you need to connect with your local
community, and to participate in the legislative process of your state. The opposition
mounted by regular people at the grassroots level in many states is what has prevented
many detrimental mandatory vaccination bills from being rammed through state
legislatures and turned into law over the past 13 years. This is also how we were able to
stop COVID jab mandates in the U.S. in 2021 and 2022

During the COVID public health emergency declaration, government leaders and
mainstream media went so far overboard with their pushing of COVID shots that they
inadvertently alerted people to the potential dangers of vaccines and exposed the
incestuous relationship between government agencies and Big Pharma. As a result, an
estimated 50% of Americans now are asking questions and expressing doubts about the
safety and effectiveness of all vaccines

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