Religious vaccine exemption video shows restaurant refusing family service
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Viral video circulating on social media draws attention to what is described as a growing trend of opposing people Covid-19 vaccine warrants exercising their religious exemptions as a way to get around the rules.
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The effectiveness of this method may be another story.
The video in question was apparently recorded at a New York restaurant and opens with a worker there telling a family that he cannot serve them unless they show proof of vaccination. The person filming the video, a male, responds in part by telling the employee that denying him service because of his immunization status means that he “is going to impose segregation because we just told you that we are exempt. of religion “.
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After the worker repeats that the family must leave, the man addresses the other customers in the restaurant.
“Is everyone here okay with that?” The man asked loudly as other customers watched in concern. “Does everyone agree with the introduction of segregation in society?” Anyone okay with that?
He continued. “” We don’t have our immunization cards, so the children can’t eat. Do you agree with that? Is this the America you want to live in?
A random “yes” can be heard when a restaurateur on camera flashes his middle finger at the camera, indicating that the father causing a commotion was disturbing the other diners.
The father, who appeared to be dark-haired, then cursed the man who raised his middle finger and questioned his nationality.
“You are not American!” the father yelled in front of his young children. “That’s why you have to fuck around here!” “
The collapse of the father continued.
âThis is America, and in America anyone can eat! ” He cried.
When the mother says the restaurant “didn’t ask other people for their immunization cards,” a customer said she was wrong.
But the father said “that’s not the point” and continued his tirade.
“I told you that we were religiously exempt,” he said, pointing to the restaurant employee who asked them to leave.
Watch the unfortunate scene unfold below.
The father said the restaurant was legally obligated to accept their declared religious exemption and serve them, but this is where things get a little confusing as residents and establishments get used to new ones. COVID-19[female[feminine– related warrants, such as vaccination cards.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said last month that “these quoted ‘exemptions’ will not be honored.” He added, âLeaders from all faith traditions have come forward and urged vaccination. “
The New York Daily News described the invocation of religious exemptions for the vaccine as a “ploy.”
The New York Times recently reported on the subject and found it unclear what constituted a religious exemption in the first place and suggested the practice was popular among those who are “vaccine resistant.”
The Associated Press reported that the increase in religious exemptions correlated with the increasing imposition of COVID-19 vaccine requirements and noted that they are expected to continue to increase as President Joe Biden’s terms of office increase. the workplace begin.
That’s not to mention the growing movement of parents asking for medical exemptions to prevent their school-aged children from wearing masks in class.
Meanwhile, COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to rise.
The combination of the proliferation of the coronavirus and the growing movement against COVID-19 vaccination – whether through religious exemptions or simply through outright abstention – suggests the pandemic could be here in the United States much longer than anyone else. would like, even anti-masks and anti-vaccines.
This is America.
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Video showing NY restaurant denies service to family demanding religious vaccine exemptions was originally posted on newsone.com