NY: Assemblyman Dinowitz seeks partial repeal of MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Civil Rights Act of 1964

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Today we remember the life and work of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Who has not been moved by the soaring oratory of his “I Have a Dream Speech” he delivered on the mall in Washington, DC to help pass what became the Civil Rights Act of 1964? The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination in the Unites States on the basis “race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.”

     New York Assemblymember Jeffrey Dinowitz, the drug industry’s most loyal toady in Albany, has a bill, A8398, that seeks to repeal in effect parts of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Dinowitz’s bill seeks to ban religious exemptions from vaccine mandates for employment and to attend college. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 gives people with religious beliefs, including beliefs contrary to some or all aspects of vaccination, a right to a “reasonable accommodation” by employers, which is exactly what Dinowitz seeks to eliminate. How a state law would supersede a federal law is something we will leave up to Dinowitz to explain.

     Please use the panel to the right of this message to send emails to your Assemblymember and State Senator letting them know you oppose A8398. We are moving to a new online advocacy tool which is why the appearance here has changed. 

     Dinowitz knows nothing about vaccines or vaccine policy and has contempt for religious beliefs different from his own.  In a video still on the New York Assembly website Dinowitz’s calls religious beliefs that conflict with vaccination policy “utter garbage.” You can see a video of Dinowitz making this statement on his Facebook page at 3:15 https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=441644779709395

     No matter what else you might say about Dinowitz there is no denying that he is the hardest working person in Albany for the giant companies that control the global vaccine market and public health apparatus. His bill A8378 would require Covid shots for all K-12 students to attend school, and his A2316 mandates annual flu shots for K-12 kids, and his A7829 mandates Covid shots for college students. Obviously, Dinowitz does not think that anyone should have any say about what goes into our own bodies. He is also the author the bill that passed in 2019 that eliminated the religious exemption for K-12 students, which made New York one of only four states that have repealed their religious exemption.

     There is still no identical bill in the State Senate and the bill has no co-sponsors in the Assembly which I attribute to the pressure you have exerted on the legislature. Keep it up. 

     That could change very quickly though. Pfizer and other drug/vaccine companies can start squeezing them and turn on the money taps.

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