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Amendment to HCRCA Passed Out Of Committee 9-6 – Would OK Termination Of Employees, Withholding Of Services –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On October 26, 2021


House Amendment 2 to Senate Bill 1169 has passed out of Committee in a 9-6 vote.

The Bill will strip the right of conscience protections for any and all mandates dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic that any government or employer decides to mandate on their employees or customers.

The objections of ~ 50,000 people didn’t matter today.

Watch the discussion below:


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  • Judith Jenkins
    Posted at 19:18h, 26 October Reply

    Very disappointed, disgusted in fact. Agree with Mazzochi, Davidsmeyer and Brady. They totally exposed what was going on with this fast track of SB1169…. to remove control to make our own healthcare decisions while protecting employers and nobody is liable for a forced vaccination. Rep Robin Gabel kissing JBP’s fanny doing this along with the 9 that voted to take our rights.

  • Tracey Baker
    Posted at 19:28h, 26 October Reply

    Expected outcome. This is a closing of a door for the people to have health care freedom and an opening of statewide forced vaccination by our dictator JB.

  • Mags
    Posted at 19:46h, 26 October Reply

    Republicans did not come prepared for this fight.

    Not one of them mentioned that VAXXED people can transmit COVID – therefore negating the argument of “Keeping People Safe”.

    Not one of them brought to argument the fact that past Vaccines have not been mandated in the Illinois legislature until years after they were on the market – the Varicella Vaccine first came out in 1995 and was not mandated in Illinois until July of 2002 – 7 years later-

    Not one of them argued that the jab that is being administered is still under EUA – Pfizer Comirnaty that was apparently “approved” is not available or in use in the US until 2023

    Not one of them challenged Ms. Gabel on the Constitution and how that protects individuals in this state from Tyranny.

    More times than not it seems like they are “controlled opposition” both playing for the same team – look up Hegelian Dialectic – it will make sense.

    And the Catholic Bob Gilligan – who invoked the satanic Pope should tell you all you need to know – shilled for the jab – but kind of walked it back.

    Very little mention of the VAERS report and Vaccine injury and death.

    I understand the Dem’s have a majority – but the Republicans could have done a better job in challenging them.

    • PK
      Posted at 20:48h, 26 October Reply

      I’m weary from the year long parroting of JB Pritzker’s self-centered rationalizations to “keep people safe.”

      Now what evidence does the state of Illinois put forward for that occurring. Indeed, if people are in fact being kept safe, then there would be some compelling wholistic data to show.

      Where’s the data?

  • Christine A Koch
    Posted at 19:58h, 26 October Reply

    Very Sad to see this pass out of committee especially with all the people opposed to it.

  • PK
    Posted at 20:19h, 26 October Reply

    The Illinois Attorney General’s office representative enlisted by the sponsorship to provide testimony to the house executive committee is admitted to practice 5/1/2014.

    The amendment sponsor actually said that the amendment (new language) in the statute does not change the law. The sponsor then asks others to agree that her proposed change to the law does not change the law.]

    Again, the Illinois AG’s testimony in support of the amendment’s sponsorship is of a junior attorney.

  • Paula Gossett
    Posted at 22:14h, 26 October Reply

    Vote every one of them out that votes for this! We have had enough of the tyranny in Illinois! 2022 can’t come soon enough! These politicians are in for a rude Awakening! People are mad as hell and we aren’t taking it anymore!

  • PK
    Posted at 23:10h, 26 October Reply

    “We can do this the easy way or we can do it the hard way” said the chairperson. The put-off left me with the impression that the hearing itself was a facade for goings on behind the scene. No quality of testimony or number of witness slips would have caused an alternate outcome. It was decided before the pretentious chairperson entered the room.

    Note to self: As chaired by Robert Rita, the house executive committee hearings are a waste of time.

    • Mags
      Posted at 08:12h, 27 October Reply

      I agree PK – same thing with Congress. I felt like I was watching a “Clown” show and these people are actually rubbing our noses in it. No respect for the people.

      They are in an echo chamber everyday and both sides sit around, pat each other on the back and tell each other how wonderful they are.

      As I keep saying – we are not going to vote our way out of this, By the time we would wait for that opportunity far too much damage will have already been done.

      • PK
        Posted at 19:58h, 27 October Reply

        One item that made good sense was when the assistant AG, who handled some of the questions, committed that she would get back to the committee member on her apt citation of an appellate court ruling that stands in contrast to what was being put forward by the amendment sponsor with support from the AG’s office.

        But, on the issue of justification based on the courts taking time [“Generally”], we ought to be clear about causes for that time taking. If you look at the record in the challenges to Pritzker’s executive function, the AG’s office consistently shows up asking for cases to be dismissed while slowing the hearing schedule . As I recall, the Governor’s office also used delay tactics in court when asked to produce the data they claimed was used to close restaurants a year ago.

        So it’s not okay for an assistant AG to justify a house amendment on the basis of the courts taking too long when your office is actually a party to the excessive time taking. It’s bonkers.

  • Tony
    Posted at 00:55h, 27 October Reply

    I’m hazy on what’s going on here… Is this law or on the road to become law?

    And if an employer isn’t enforcing mandates, does this force the employer?

    If the latter question is affirmative, IN here we come.

    • PK
      Posted at 20:04h, 27 October Reply

      I dunno about the latter, but it’s more like a back alley than a dirt road.

  • Cindy
    Posted at 01:39h, 27 October Reply

    Any law that is unconstitutional is null and void immediately. The people need to realize what is really going on with these fake governmental gyrations.

    • Elric
      Posted at 09:04h, 27 October Reply

      you would think the system would evaluate the constitutionality of a law before they were allowed to vote on it…. The fact that it passed means they will start implementing it and if (unfortunately in this day and age it is not “when:”) it is voted unconstitutional, the infrastructure and implementation will already be set up and it will not go away.

  • denise
    Posted at 09:38h, 27 October Reply

    forget voting…. it doesnt work… watch pritzger get re elected…. thats all the proof u need… if this is passed…and im sure they will…. im outta here…as fast as i can manage it.

  • Cynthia Satko
    Posted at 09:39h, 27 October Reply

    Ironically the vaccine which is not a vaccine does NOT confer immunity nor prevent transmission period. Many VARES serious reactions. This is about money and selling the vaccines which are paid for with our tax money. Not to mention this is unconstitutional and violates our rights both at the State and Federal level. There are no isolated complete viral samples to produce a vaccine period. Just the spike protein taken from bats and added to SARS virus in Wuhan. Ask yourself who’s paying for all this ?🤔🇺🇸

    • PK
      Posted at 10:48h, 27 October Reply

      As witness to a serious adverse reaction occurring after second injection, I’m wearied by others who too eagerly cite historical abuses of VAERS, or worse, make no mention of it at all. As a result, I have become more skeptical of the state’s novel coronavirus response.

  • Madco Conservative
    Posted at 11:35h, 27 October Reply

    The Madison County Conservative Caucus sent in opposition to the bill.

  • Mylee Rabideau
    Posted at 14:43h, 27 October Reply

    They did nor listen to 50,000 of us. We can take care of ourselves. We dont need government telling us what to do. 99.6%survival rate also. This is about control!

  • LetsGoBrandon
    Posted at 15:28h, 27 October Reply

    Meanwhile this maskless tub of lard is in lake Geneva while forcing his slaves to mask and shot.

  • Frank Miller
    Posted at 19:48h, 27 October Reply

    Are they going “clarify the intent” of the Governor’s emergency powers too? It sounds like Gabel might actually believe in 700K deaths in the U.S.. talk about a sincerely held religious belief.

  • Lara
    Posted at 23:04h, 27 October Reply

    Interesting how the usual trolls here don’t show up for this.

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