As the Department of Defense and private and corporate entities increasingly move to mandate COVID shots in Alaska and across the country, the free speech network Gab has decided to publish a list of what it calls “airtight religious exemption” requests for those facing pressured to vaccinate.

“Many people are being forced to choose between feeding their families and getting injected with a potentially deadly experimental substance,” the website notes. “This is a fundamental violation of not only human rights, but the religious rights that we are guaranteed in the United States of America.”

The website provides exemption request templates for those who face vaccine mandates at work, school or the military. The forms can be downloaded and customized to fit individual scenarios.

“The Full Document is everything necessary for a US Army Soldier to submit a religious exemption request to his immediate commander, with only certain portions needing to be edited to include your name, unit, and details,” the website explains. “The ‘Religious + Practical Side Supporting Documents’ contains all of the details giving both the religious reasons for why Christians cannot receive the Vaccine, and the practical reasons for why it isn’t actually necessary to receive the Vaccine.”

“We are human beings made in the image of God,” the Gab website affirms. “We have God-given human rights and should not be forced to choose between feeding our families and putting something that is potentially deadly into our bodies. As a reminder is the only social network on the internet that allows criticism and discussion about the experimental non-FDA approved Covid vaccine.

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How to request an ‘airtight’ religious exemption from COVID vax

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.


  • Proud Alaskan says:

    Thanks for sharing
    I’m going to look into Gab

    • EscapedAnchorage says:

      I personally like Gab, but it is the unfettered internet. You will undoubtedly see things that will offend everyone. I see things all the time that offend me but as they say “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me”. You can also find a lot of important information that Facebook and Twitter block (like what Joel provided) so it’s worth trudging through the garbage post for truth.

    • John says:

      Thank you all for watching over the PEOPLE


    Thank you Joel!

  • Jean says:

    Not true about only Gab. Wimkin and Gettr also allow such discussions. That said, I don’t “request” an exemption. I say that I will not take and that is that. It’s not anyone’s business what my reasons are. No means no.

    • Elizabeth Henry says:

      If you are not in a position where you are going to be fired then that is great. The religious exemption paperwork allows those trying to stay employed have an avenue to do so.

  • Kris says:

    Maybe we need to encourage our Governor to write into law or by executive order that private sector employees cannot be forced into vaccination. State employees will remain safe but private sector will lose their jobs, unless they comply

    • Tsamacuus says:

      MAYBE! Someone needs to wake him up he is obviously sleeping at the wheel! Spineless pinecone!

  • Mo says:

    What an evil time we are living in. Thank you for this.

  • A JD says:

    Just be aware that a religious accommodation could also entail regular testing and being required to wear a mask. It seems there are an awful lot of people on this site who would not accept that water tight alternative to vaccination.

    • A JD says:

      See Horvath v City of Leander, 946 f3d 787.

      • G Aleution says:

        The PCR test is no longer recommended by CDC. AS you know everything you know it is sticking an impregnated with metallic nano fibers stick at the base of the skull blood brain barrier and “popping” it rotating it around. WHen there is shaken baby damage it is in that area of the brain. I’m sure you can find cases on that. The base of the skull is an area of the skull where finer precision decisions are made; religious thinking, empathy takes place. Since what is planned for Americans is servitude, brain damage, slavery and early death -planned by our enemies in lieu of our God-given liberty and natural laws.
        You sound like an aggressor against our rights.

    • Bible thumper says:

      These people don’t care. Like Mo said above, these are evil times when people care so little for their neighbors to even put a little mask on. God have mercy on us.

    • Sammy says:

      I have natural immunity to covid because I have had it and recovered. I don’t need to wear a mask or take the vaccine.

    • Elizabeth Henry says:

      True. There has been far too much politicization.

  • Anonymous says:

    I think this is very irresponsible to post. It’s obvious you plan to use this exemption maliciously just because of your feelings. It’s not really for a religious issue and we all know it. It is a fact that the vaccine is not harmful but yet you continue to avoid it putting the entire country at risk.

    • It’s all nonsensical says:

      By the same logic (factual logic), the virus is also not harmful for most demographics. Those in the demographics at highest risk have had every opportunity to afford themselves better outcomes by using the vaccine. Those who have chosen not, regardless of their reasons, are taking their chances with their own mortality.
      You are more likely to die from heart disease than CoVID. Yet, Americans still have the freedom to choose to eat garbage. And take it home to their families.

      Unvaccinated does not mean infected. This thing is over. It’s time to move on to the next crisis (and the Democrat party has! They’re beating the climate war drum now. Schumer just told America that climate change was worse than CoVID… so what are we mandating vaccines and masks for?).

      • Logic! says:

        The flaw is that unlike a heart attack COVID can be transmitted to others with adverse consequences to them. Thus, the better analogy is that we allow people to drink, but place limits on what they can do once they choose to. So you can go unvaccinated, but expect there to be limits (like not going unmasked).

      • MICHAEL HUGHES says:

        Your flaw in not based in science. The vaccines do not keep anyone from getting, or transmitting the virus. They only suppress the body’s response if one does get infected, at least for most people. And the masks don’t do a damn thing. Fauci himself proved it when captured on a camera which he thought was turned off. IMMEDIATELY after one of his “briefings” he turned 90 degrees, while taking off his mask, and started talking with at least one other person, also unmasked and not “social distancing”.

  • Patrick Dalton says:

    To all who are interested in a religious exemption to vaccination in the State of Alaska, HB 76 provides this exemption and it already passed this year and is codified in law. Page 13, line 26-27 of the final version. My question to all: Does this exemption apply to everyone? Additionally HB 175 specifically provides for religious exemptions. It has not been passed yet and will need everyone’s support this year. Please comment on these important points.

  • Patrick Dalton says:

    By the way, I have a brother who had a stroke and is permanently disabled in a wheel chair, after receiving the moderna vaccine. There are severe life threatening adverse reactions for some, if not many, people.

    • MICHAEL HUGHES says:

      So sorry to hear about your brother. My elderly mother, in California, took the Moderna Vaccine and within 2 weeks her arthritis flared up so bad that her wrists became weak and could no longer support her while using her walker. She fell flat on her face, went into convultions, fractured an arm, had bleeding on the brain, and has now been in the hospital for going on 9 weeks. Tomorrow she is being tranferred to as assisted living home as she can no longer take care of herself. She was able to do so before the vaccine.

  • Linda Snyder says:

    How does the religious “Orthodox Russian Church” have anything to do with the church I attend? We are not affiliated with the Russian Orthodox Church.


    The word “orthodox” means “right thinking”.

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