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President Joe Biden: "Today, I'm calling on more country, more companies I should say, in the private sector, to step up with vaccine requirements — require your employees to get vaccinated or face strict requirements."
Those were Joe Biden's remarks Monday after the FDA allegedly gave approval to the Pfizer shot. But what actually happened with the vaccines was an obfuscation. The FDA reissued emergency use authorization for the Pfizer shot — while giving actual approval to a different vaccine that isn't yet distributed.
Countless Americans have lost their jobs owing to vaccine mandates, with many employers citing the supposed FDA approval.
Arkansas mother: "They actually did it: They really fired me. I didn't really think it was going to happen."
But those unemployed as a result of the jab mandates now have an opportunity to find work. The alternative social media platform Gab is featuring a "No Vax Mandate Job Board." Gab's founder and CEO, Andrew Torba, announced the job board in response to unelected President Biden's exhortation on Monday.
Torba explained in his statement: "This job board is for sharing job openings that do not require employees to inject themselves with an experimental substance or violate their bodily autonomy and religious beliefs in order to retain employment." This job board folds into Torba's vision to lay the groundwork for a parallel economy, breaking away from Big Tech's monopoly over free speech and information.
Gab gained popularity as a social media alternative after tech giants Facebook and Twitter banned President Trump from their platforms. Trump lambasted the companies for stifling free speech and disseminating leftist propaganda, making way for conservative companies like Gab to take the stage.
Taking advantage of Gab's freedom, Torba included in his statement a link to forms for religious exemption from the abortion-tainted shot.
Americans currently still have an option to request religious exemption from any jab mandates. Unfortunately, many U.S. bishops are refusing to sign letters of exemption for concerned Catholics. One legal institute in Wisconsin, however, is insisting it's unconstitutional to require the signature of a religious leader to validate the exemption.
Whether they need a religious exemption or new employment through Gab's no-mandate job board, jab-hesitant Americans have options for keeping themselves afloat.