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 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.