The New Jersey Legislature did not have the votes to pass the bill to remove the religious exemption, so the sponsors did not bring the bill up for a vote late Monday, January 13, 2020.
It is officially dead for this legislative session.
Congrats to the many thousands of people who showed up in Trenton, and the many more thousands of people who participated remotely via Facebook.
This effort should become the model for political activism in the fight against mandatory vaccination. Hopefully the activists in the states with upcoming battles will adopt these techniques and garner the national support which the New Jersey activists tapped into.
Maybe, just maybe between this and all of the hoppla from the recent WHO meeting in which many of the world’s leading vaccine experts finally admitted the lack of adequately safety testing, maybe things will start to change.
I am predicting that the WHO recent statements will be front and center in Dr. Ken Stoller’s Medical Board hearing which takes place in March.
Double spoiler alert: there is a small chance that the judge will hear from SB 277 and SB 276’s author who convinced physicians that they could write exemptions based on the genetic problems of a child’s cousin. Maybe he’ll get to explain what he meant by that and all the other stuff he told the public which didn’t turn out to be the case.
Stayed tuned for further updates!
Rick Jaffe, Esq.