Protecting School Kids From mRNA Requirements

covid vaccine & kids

Freedom.  Personal liberty.  That's generally my focus.

When it comes to vaccines & healthcare, I believe freedom and TRUE informed consent should be the priority.

Personally, my family and I are avoiding the Covid jab like the plague.  There's no way in the world I'd get one now and I'd fight like the mama bear I am before I allowed my kids to get one.   

Maybe you feel differently, and that's ok.  

However, it is NOT ok for this jab or ANY mRNA jab or ANY medical therapy or procedure to be REQUIRED of our kids in order for them to attend school.  Period.  This is a hill I'll die on.

Missouri's process regarding required vaccines

You may not know this, but it is only a small committee of bureaucrats that decide when a new vaccine gets added to the school requirement list in Missouri.  There is no legislative oversight on that process.  

The addition of a vaccine would probably go completely unnoticed until you got a call from the school nurse.

Frankly, I hate this process and would love to see the legislature put the burden back on the legislative process so that the public would have an opportunity to weigh in.  But that's not happening anytime soon as far as I can tell.

rep. bill hardwick working for our kids

Representative Bill Hardwick is Chair of the Emerging Issues Committee in the Missouri House of Representatives.  Today, he is hearing a group of bills regarding vaccines.  

Several of them are specific to Covid, one is concerning employer liability, but his primary concern is protecting our school kids.  I applaud him for that!

Rep Hardwick and I agree that our school kids should NOT be required to take the Covid vaccine or ANY mRNA vaccine or other form of gene therapy in order to attend school.   I'm thrilled he has sponsored a bill to address this and he's conducting a hearing today where his bill along with several others will be heard.  

I hope you'll wholeheartedly support his bill and help us create a wave of grassroots voices across the House that would move them to action.  

The lobbyists from the pharmaceutical industry and Chamber of Commerce will be working against us.  The speaks volumes, doesn't it?  The Chamber of COMMERCE.  Why are they weighing in??  That's easy, right?   


This is all about the flow of MONEY.  Not our kids.   I won't go down that rabbit trail, but make no mistake about it.  They don't care about the health of your children.  

one hiccup

There is one issue I have with HB 700, which has nothing to do with our kids, but with employee exemptions regarding mRNA vaccines or gene therapy.  I love the intent of the bill in allowing exemptions for employees, including hospitals and universities.  However, there is a term, "undue hardship" that is not defined clearly in the bill.  

This section of the bill requires hospitals and employers who are public entities grant exemptions for religious, non-theistic moral beliefs, and for medical reasons UNLESS the employer suffers from an "undue hardship."  

I don't prefer this phrase to be in the bill because it does allow a possible loophole for an employer to refuse an exemption request.  However, our kids need to be protected and grownups have choices.  IF an employer refused the exemption, there would need to be a lawsuit filed and the results of that suit would be crucial to how things move forward.  

Likely, some employees would lose their jobs or be forced to be jabbed, because how many people do you know who are willing to sue their employer?  It's not going to go well for them even if they win.

I would prefer this section be completely removed and these two issues on separate bills and without the "undue hardship" language.  But still, I'm thrilled to protect our kids and I believe they are the priority.  

So... is this tiny bit of dog poop in the brownie worth eating?  For my kids... maybe it is.  

Representative Boggs does have a stand alone bill on employer liability that we can support or even Rep Hardwick could separate his bill into two.  

In an ideal world, I'd love to see Representative Hardwick's bill passed without the employer liability and then a liability bill without the undue hardship in it.

please take action

1.  Call & email every committee member.  Names & contact info listed below.  Keep it short, sweet and please be respectful.   It's as easy as saying, "I support Representative Hardwick's vaccine bill without the "undo hardship" language"  If you have a personal experience, please share it.

Bill Hardwick, Chair.  573.751.3834
Dane Diehl, Vice-Chair.  573.751.4065
Ashley Aune, (D) Ranking Minority Member.  573.751.3618
Bishop Davidson,  573.751.2381
Jeff Farnan, 573.751.9465
Sherri Gallick. 573.751.1344
Mike Haffner.  573.751.3783
Dave Hinman.  573.751.2176
Josh Hurlbert.  573.751.0246
Jamie. Johnson (D).  573.751.9760
Holly Jones.  573.751.7535
Doug Mann (D). 573.751.2134
Adam Schnetling.  573.751.5365
David Tyson Smith (D).  573.751.9753

Email addresses:  Please copy/paste.  Put your own email address in the "To" and then copy/paste these addresses into the "BCC" line in your email.  You'll get a copy and then they will each get individual emails vs a group.  I'd love to know if you get any responses.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 

2.  Submit an online testimony BEFORE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT!  

SUPPORT HB 700 with a request to remove the employer liability section.  (bans any potential mRNA requirements for school kids)
SUPPORT HB 336 (employer liability in regard to vaccines)

You'll have to submit 2 separate forms for each bill.  Please check your email after you submit to verify & complete the process.

3.  PRAY!  


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