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Anti-Mandate Hollywood Speaks Up Against COVID-19 Vaccines

NTD News
NTD News
A large group of Hollywood actors say they have been locked out of their union buildings and blocked from competing for roles because they decided against taking the COVID-19 shot. In an exclusive interview with The Epoch Times, the celebrities said they have sent over 800 “unanswered” emails to their union SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild–American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) about its continued enforcement of what they call an unconstitutional mandate that violates their right to informed consent and protection against what they characterize as a medical experimentation with overwhelming proof of potentially dangerous health risks. Emails, memos, and other correspondence shared with The Epoch Times show that COVID vaccine mandates are in fact as much a battleground issue in Hollywood as it has been for military and health care workers. Like others, actors told The Epoch Times that their request for a religious exemption from the vaccines have been ignored despite a “Return To Work Agreement” established by SAG-AFTRA that explicitly says producers must consider them. According to a SAG-AFTRA memo, one in four productions are mandating the vaccine for so-called “Zone A” workers, which includes on-set performers. “No business that I know of, including our own government, requires testing before you enter a building, including hospitals,” Summer of ’70 director Ed Rollin wrote in a recent email to SAG-AFTRA president Fran Drescher, best known for her role in the 1990s TV hit The Nanny.
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