Reporter Allison Williams is leaving ESPN over COVID-19 vaccine mandate, says “I am so morally and ethically not aligned with this.” Recently, a Senior Australian Police Sergeant quit her job after refusing to enforce Orwellian COVID rules. Wearing her dark-blue uniform in a bombshell interview she revealed that she had been “troubled” by how police resources have been applied during the pandemic by state authorities.
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Disney, ESPN’s parent company, has implemented a coronavirus mandate for all employees that will go into effect Thursday.
Williams said last month that she was unvaccinated and planned to remain that way while she and her husband were trying to have a second child.
Williams said in a video that she was denied a “request for accommodation” from ESPN, and that she will be “separated” from the company next week.
“Belief is a word I’ve been thinking about a lot lately, because in addition to the medical apprehensions regarding my desire to have another child in regards to receiving this injection, I am also so morally and ethically not aligned with this,” Williams said.
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“And I’ve had to really dig deep and analyze my values and my morals, and ultimately I need to put them first.”
“And the irony in all this is that a lot of those same values and principals I hold dear are what made me a really good employee and probably helped with the success that I’ve been able to have in my career.”
Williams joined ESPN in March 2011, and has been part of both college football and basketball coverage.
She said in September that she would not be part of any college football game coverage this season because she was unvaccinated, and she and her husband were trying to have a second child.
“This was a deeply difficult decision to make and it’s not something I take lightly,” she said in September, in part.
“I understand vaccines have been essential in the effort to end this pandemic, however taking the vaccine at this time is not in my best interest. After a lot of prayer and deliberation, I have decided I must put my family and personal health first.”
Williams said she isn’t sure what’s next for her career, but that she’s hopeful to get back to a sideline again soon.
“I’m trying to wrap my head around the thought that the largest game I worked in my career, the national championship game, might be the last college football game I work,” she said.
“But I’m going to focus on what I have to be thankful for. I’m going to hold onto my faith. I’m going to pray that things get better, and that I can see you on the television set in some capacity, in some stadium, covering some game soon.”
The CDC has said that pregnant women can safely receive any of the three coronavirus vaccines available to Americans.
However, six months after the coronavirus vaccines were widely distributed in the United States, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has called for a $1.67 million study on how the COVID-19 vaccines affect women’s menstrual cycles.
As per reports women are experiencing irregular menstruation after getting vaccinated against COVID with more heavier and painful periods.
According to March data from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), there were 34 cases reported where pregnant women suffered from spontaneous miscarriages or stillbirths post COVID-19 vaccination.
Recently, according to VAERS data a breastfeeding baby died of blood clots and inflamed arteries weeks after his mother was given the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
The case is the second known account of a breastfeeding baby dying of blood clots from vaccine.
According to Intermountain Healthcare doctors women who were recently vaccinated for COVID-19 may show symptoms of Breast Cancer as a side-effect of the vaccine.
An American doctor from Wisconsin, Dr Sara Beltrán Ponce had a miscarriage just days after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Meanwhile, researcher at the University of Miami have recommended men to have a fertility evaluation before receiving the COVID vaccine and to consider to freeze their sperm before vaccination in order to protect their fertility.
Recently, a Senior Australian Police Sergeant quit her job after refusing to enforce Orwellian COVID rules. Wearing her dark-blue uniform in a bombshell interview she revealed that she had been “troubled” by how police resources have been applied during the pandemic by state authorities.
Meanwhile, a small but significant victory was achieved Wednesday when the French Senate rejacted a socialist senator’s proposal to make the COVID experimental vaccine mandatory for all citizens living in France.
Non-compliance would trigger a fine of 135 euro (about $150 USD), and 1,500 euro for re-offenders.