Americans across the nation are joining a movement to protest against forced COVID-19 vaccinations by walking out of their workplaces or schools on Wednesday, August 11.
Citizens are encouraged to organize “walkouts” at noon (lunch time) in their respective time zones on Wednesday.
The movement states specifically:
- Join the movement to walk out and protest your place of employment and your school at noon your time zone on Wednesday, August 11. No one should be forced, coerced, or pressured to inject the COVID shots.
- The federal Emergency Use Authorization law and the FDA, including the FDA Fact Sheets, state unequivocally that each person has the “option to accept or refuse” the shots. These shots are experimental and investigational and have not been licensed by the FDA. The Nuremberg Code also states that voluntary consent “is absolutely essential.”
According to the movement’s website, even those who are not being told vaccinations are now mandatory for employment or school are encouraged to “stand in solidarity” with those for whom getting the jab is required to remain employed or enrolled at school.
Florida-based First Amendment litigation firm Liberty Counsel has posted some of the walkouts across the nation that are already scheduled, including protests in Delaware, Minnesota, South Carolina, Texas, Michigan, North Carolina, Arkansas, Florida, Virginia, New York, and Colorado.
“Peaceful protests will continue beyond August 11 until freedom from these mandates in America is restored,” states Liberty Counsel.