‘Medical Apartheid’: Brandeis University dean compares forced vaccination to civil rights abuse
‘Government-sanctioned discrimination based on skin color is no different than government-sanctioned discrimination based on vaccine status.’
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COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 8, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – In a blistering testimony comparing the current push for mass vaccination to pre-Civil Rights era denial of human rights for the black population, a Dean at Brandeis University gave her support for an Ohio bill which would permit residents to decline to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.
Dr. Erika Smith, who is the Dean of Academic Services at Brandeis, and formerly an adjunct lecturer in the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, said that “those who love freedom must act before it’s too late.”
House Bill 248 states that Ohioans may decline to receive the jab as long as they submit a written statement or verbally declare that they decline to be vaccinated.
The bill further clarifies that “When declining the vaccination, the individual… shall not be required to do anything beyond submitting the written statement or making the verbal declaration described in this section.”