December 16, 2019
Del Bigtree and his team led a battle at the statehouse in Trenton. The New Jersey legislators tried to pass a bill that will remove the ability to obtain a vaccine exemption based on religious beliefs. The bill was sponsored by Assemblyman Herb Conaway Jr., Assemblywoman Mila M. Jacey, and Assemblywoman Nacy J. Pinkin. Del Bigtree is the leader in the fight against the unscrupulous ways of the big businesses that have an agenda for profits at our health expense. He and his team are highly educated, extremely motivated, and passionate about bringing the truth about vaccines to society.
The people came by the thousand to stand up for human rights. And a documentary movie producer was in the crowd who has joined the battle for informed consent. The proposed new bill, S2173/A3818, completely removed the religious exemption for vaccination from New Jersey law and was up for a vote. Thousands showed up to oppose the bill and have their voices heard —and they were heard all right.
The crowd grew large and larger, and the chanting became louder and louder. Del Bigtree and his crew orchestrated the group, and massive amounts of energy could be felt throughout Trenton’s streets and vibrated around the world. The message was clear. We are standing up for our religious rights, and you will not dictate what we put in our bodies and our children’s bodies. As the crowd chanted, “we will not comply,” you could feel the energy of the collective consciousness coming together to stand firm in a battle for humanity.
Moms are a mighty force, and there is no stronger power than a mother protecting a child. No government has the right to take that ability away from her. No government has the right to disrespect a person’s beliefs and religion by forcing upon them consequences if they do not comply with injecting potentially deadly toxins into a young child’s body. The toxins can be harmful, sometimes deadly, and they are in no way safe and effective.