For Nancy Orr, the decision to make her own medical decision came at a high price.
It wasn’t exactly a surprise to be fired in September from his position of executive assistant at the Richmonds Library in Virginia, because, he told The Epoch Times, he saw it coming.
“Like many people in the beginning, I wore a mask, and tried to respect what they were recommending,” he said.
In December 2020, he was infected with the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, which causes Covid-1.
Her doctor, Leland Steeleman, who has now relocated her practice from Virginia to Orlando, Florida (Leland Steeleman, MD), wrote her Evermectin, which she said reduced her symptoms within hours.
Stillman told The Epoch Times that he was one of many patients who wrote ivermectin early last year, “with great results.”
“I’m still writing this for patients because I don’t see any negative aspects, and there’s a lot of ups and downs,” Stillman said. “What kind of doctor does not recommend therapy that he knows is effective, with documented efficacy in the literature, and safer than Tylenol?”
He said he now has lab-verified immunity.
“But it’s not recognized under this executive order,” Orr said.
In August, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam issued an executive order requiring state workers to show proof of vaccination or to undergo weekly tests.
He said he stopped wearing the mask a month ago because he said that, in addition to natural immunity, wearing the mask causes him shortness of breath, increases his heart rate, which leads to high blood pressure.
To comply, not to comply
After having Covid-1, he considered tests, masks and vaccines unnecessary for him, but when government guidelines became the order, the evil choice was seen: to comply, not to comply.
“I could not participate in this process at my discretion because I clearly see it as a vaccine passport,” Orr said. “They have no right to that information. They have no right to differentiate people based on their medical condition, and it is not based on anything scientific because we now know that full vaccination can be contagious and can cause a virus infection.
It is discriminatory to give privileges to people based on their medical status.
“It’s immoral, immoral, illegal and unconstitutional,” he said.
He considered the religious and medical concessions he received due to his Covid-1-recovery status, but decided against it.
“I just realized that if I opted for a medical exemption, I would declare the status of my vaccine to be verified or participate, and it’s not just their heinous business,” he said. “It’s personal medical information, and just because someone issues an executive order, which doesn’t make it legal and it certainly doesn’t make it ethical or moral.”
American with Disability Act Defense
Orr said he turned to The Janga, an independent rights group, one of whose members, John J. Singleton, described it as a professional organization that represents Americans for enforcing human rights within the framework of the Disability Act (ADA). ).
According to Singleton on The Junger website, “Everyone is considered a disabled person because everyone is considered a contagious disease. This is where it all begins: everyone can express their rights that are being violated by Americans with Disabilities Act.
Under the Covid-1 prot protocol, Orr said people are classified as infected, which is a qualifying disability under the ADA.
For this reason, he said, if someone is considered disabled, the person has the right to seek protection under the ADA, which means he has the right to refuse any accommodation offered to him, such as tests, masks, and vaccinations.
Using templates and guidelines from his membership with The Jungle, he filed a complaint of discrimination against the Virginia Library and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
“An active investigation is underway,” he said. “I will also file a federal lawsuit for wrongful termination, discrimination and retaliation based on their disability, which resulted in the termination of my employment.”
At 63, he said he planned to work at the library until he retired.
Uncomfortable and annoying
“I’m not a person in a significant way, so I’m suffering considerable financial loss,” Orr said. “It was uncomfortable and annoying.”
Not expecting to win with his allegations against his library, he said, “since drugs and weapons have been given to the government,” adding that he thinks he won’t even be able to get unemployment.
“But I’m following because it’s consistent with my beliefs,” Orr said.
Meanwhile, he said, he is moving on with his life, getting involved politically and looking for others who do not comply.
‘No string on me’
Towards its end, he experienced anxiety and sleepless nights, he said, as the descriptions surrounding the Covid-1 policies went beyond the bounds of rationality.
“I can’t take it anymore,” he said. “I am personally witnessing that the government is involved in criminal activities to perpetuate Northam’s order.”
At the very least, his consolation today is that he is free, declaring: “There is no string on me.”
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times