There are a wide range of reactions to the fake pandemic that can be witnessed by anyone who tries to go out and live a normal life. For the thousands of you who are incapable of wearing a mask for legitimate reasons (such as this lady and these ladies), you have either chosen to survive by giving up and not interacting with the world, or you bravely venture out regardless. You dare to breathe oxygen like a normal person despite those who misunderstand you.
The world’s response against peculiar air breathers like you is either tolerance or pushback. To all who may disagree that the pandemic is fake, thank you for respecting others’ right to choose.
What we’d like to point out in this article is that while your government and the media continue to sell the public on the lie that we are required by law to submit, even major institutions know they can be in legal trouble. They must allow personal exemptions. We see evidence that they do so quietly but only when people insist on their rights and don’t back down.
Most of us having heard of stories where legitimate doctors notes are rejected by governments and institutions. We wanted to share documented successes here, so perhaps you can repeat the success for yourself knowing how others did it.
BYU QUIETLY GIVES OUT EXEMPTIONS
Brigham Young University has been one of the worst violators of free agency this year. They have taken the lead (even ahead of unconstitutional government actions) in attacking the freedom of conscience this country is supposed to stand on. For example, BYU implemented draconian contact tracing first and has invited a lot of backlash from students that it was hesitant to admit.
Despite this, if you push in the right places and don’t give up, BYU will grant you an exemption. We met one anonymous source who showed us their exemption card. All students have the right to know that the University Accessibility Center has exemptions available. Even though you have the right to be exempt without BYU’s permission, if they are giving exemptions to some, they should not be denying it to others.
SKI RESORTS QUIETLY GIVE OUT EXEMPTIONS
We should learn from this: when we don’t take no for answer, we often obtain our goal. This principle was actually taught scripturally in the parable of the unjust judge.
Just speaking truth and standing your ground is often enough. One good Utah resident, who knew the rights his family had, asserted those rights even when others were pushing back at first. He successfully obtained a mask exemption for himself and his seven children, with no investigation nor invasion of privacy:
“I took my kids skiing at Brian Head today, and on our first run we were asked to put on a mask in the lift line. I told the person we are mask exempt. He started giving me a hard time about it and I told him he’s violating the ADA and he better get his manager if he’s not familiar with it. His manager came out and asked me why I was exempt and I told him that it’s against the law to ask me that. He went and got the director of ski patrol and I told him we are exempt and if they require masks in line they need to provide us reasonable accommodations. And we are also exempt under section 3-a-9 and 3-a-11 of the mandate. He left (probably to google everything I told him) and came back with ‘mask exempt’ tags for me and my kids and profusely apologized to me on behalf of the resort.”
“Everyone in the lift line was like ‘right on, way to stand up!’ I had quite a few people ask me how I did that. It just takes a few brave souls to give others the courage (and information) they need to stand up.”
WE INVITE ALL BUSINESSES TO HONOR FREEDOM OF CHOICE
If you are a business who wants to follow the highest law of the land and respect all of your customers with their different choices, we invite you to make it known. Display notices that show your business obeys the law and that you expect government officials to also obey the law. You believe in leaving your customers to their own choices.
Also, sign up as a business member of the Utah Central Committee to be registered with a community that will defend your lawful rights should the need arise. Please also consider becoming a member of Defending Utah to join with other businesses and activists around the state in defending freedom upholding the highest law of the land.
PRINT YOUR OWN CARD
As many people are simply ignorant of the laws and even what the non-legally-binding executive orders say, many have found success in simply showing people their own mask exemption cards that clearly state their right to be exempt. You can download and print these on your own cards, and show them to anyone as needed.
Jan 20201 UPDATED CARD for most recent health order: https://www.utahcommittee.us/Documents?selected=2021-1
Nothing is a guarantee, as all individuals make their own choices for different reasons. But having some tools in your toolbox is one place to start.
SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES
Please feel free to share your positive experiences with asserting your rights in the comments below. Many people would benefit from hearing what has worked to keep you or your business free.