Fired Employee Rewarded $700k After Refusing COVID Vaccine

A Tennessee Jury has just awarded a fired Blue Cross Blue Shield employee $687,240 in backpay and damages after she was fired in 2022. The plaintiff, Tanja Benton, was fired after refusing the COVID-19 vaccine on religious grounds.

According to the judgment, Benton “proved by a preponderance of the evidence that her refusal to receive the COVID vaccination was based upon a sincerely held religious belief.”

Unfortunately, her case is not unique. The Biden administration weaponized OSHA against employers and employees in 2021 when it required businesses to require vaccines as a condition of employment. That rule was later struck down by the Supreme Court.

Despite promises from the likes of Joe Biden and Dr. Fauci, everyday Americans now know that these vaccines did not stop the spread of COVID-19. This lie combined with bureaucratic hammer-wielding may have pushed many skeptical Americans to get jabbed.

In Minnesota, Governor Tim Walz required his own vaccine mandate for state employees. Cities like Minneapolis and St. Paul required vaccine passports before frequenting businesses.

Millions of Americans were forced to choose between health freedom and putting food on the table. Thankfully, some of them are starting to see justice.


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  • Action 4 Liberty
    published this page in News 2024-07-09 16:27:11 -0500