The Fight for Religious Rights – Trenton New Jersey
Today, Del Bigtree and his team led a battle at the Trenton Statehouse, New Jersey, as legislators tried to pass a bill that would remove the ability to obtain a vaccine exemption based on religious beliefs. Assemblyman Herb Conaway Jr., Assemblywoman Mila M. Jacey, and Assemblywoman Nacy J. Pinkin sponsored the bill.
The new bill S2173/A3818 completely removes the religious exemption for vaccination from New Jersey law and was up for a vote. Thousands showed up to oppose the bill and have their voices heard —and they were heard right.
Del Bigtree leads the crowd, is a television and film producer, and is a prominent vaccination education activist. He is highly passionate, educated, and driven when it comes to promoting factual information about vaccination. He bases his decisions, speeches, and platform on the peer-reviewed science-backed literature and the “lack of.”
There is a plethora of fraud and deception throughout the pharmaceutical industry. The corporate-controlled media leads you to believe vaccines are safe and effective, and they are very far from that. There is a movement to bring the truth to you, which is what Del Bigtree’s mission is. To show you the truth and allow us the ability to see through the propaganda campaign pummeled at us since the day we were born.
So Del’s team and thousands of supporters took on Trenton yesterday, December 16th, 2019, and won, but the battle is still ongoing. The bill did not have enough votes to pass—the thousands of people who came to send an unmistakable message chanted outside the statehouse for hours. Del Bigtree led the crowd as they chanted non-stop without a break throughout the entire day into the night. The crowd was heard up and down W. State Street.
Although the bill did not have the votes to pass, it can be returned for a vote. We need to get even more robust and even louder and continue putting pressure so the government cannot dictate its pharmaceutically profit-driven agenda, which violates civil rights.