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Video: IL Senate Passed HA3 to SB1169 – HCRCA Amendment –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On October 28, 2021

Springfield, IL. (ECWd) –

The Illinois Senate Floor passed HA3 to SB1169, amending the Healthcare Right of Conscience Act.

See video below, thanks to the generosity of, who has given us permission:


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  • Tracey Baker
    Posted at 22:09h, 28 October Reply

    Just another democrat late night, slip it past the public vote.

  • Dale Trotter
    Posted at 04:45h, 29 October Reply

    What do you do when a bill stands in the way of tyranny in Illinois? Amend it. While other states are enacting legislation to protect individual freedoms, Illinois is actively working to remove those protections. There was no public support for this amendment. Hopefully those who will lose their jobs from this will still have the means to find employment in states that still protect those freedoms.

  • Jim Crawford
    Posted at 11:02h, 29 October Reply

    I love the “intended to prevent the contraction or transmission of COVOD-19” part. Nothing of the sort exists at this time. COVID-19 is a set of symptoms, not a pathogen. SARA-CoV-2 is the so-called pathogen supposedly causing the set of symptoms labeled “COVI-19”. The pathogen itself has not been proven to exist nor has been proven to cause anything. A picture taken through a microscope of a “something” next to a cell does not prove cause and effect. Being a so-called virus it would need to be put through River’s Postulates, which it hasn’t. As far as I know, no so-called virus ever has!
    I strongly recommend reading “Side Effects: Death” by John Virapen. He was responsible for bribing a psychiatrist in Sweden in order to get Prozac on the market. He lays out the entire “marketing” (a euphemism for ‘con-artistry’) scheme used by Big Pharma:
    Make up a disease.
    Scare the public that they’re going to die from it.
    Offer poisons (drugs) to treat it.
    Saturate the adult market.
    Then go for the children.

    Sound familiar?

    Jim C

  • Frank Miller
    Posted at 11:09h, 29 October Reply

    The amendment literally changes nothing, just like the proponents admitted during debate. By June 2022 the amendment will no longer allow people who have been discriminated against to invoke the Act regarding Covid-19, but they will still be able to sue for the same exact damages. By then the courts will have set precedent and either allow or disallow such damages.

    People who wish to file a religious exemption will be met with lawyer’d up employers and institutions who have been led to believe they can deny the exemption, under any number of loophole arguments designed to challenge sincerely held religious beliefs.

    Don’t fall for it people, an exemption is not an exception. Everyone has the right to an exemption, although employers and institutions will do their best to pretend they are part of the judicial branch of government and try to deny your religious exemption. See also Peggy Hall + religious exemption.

    • Jim Crawford
      Posted at 12:21h, 29 October Reply

      Also: Invoking one’s rights is not a “request for permission”. I’m currently in the process of being fired from Parkland College for invoking my right to be free of a medical dictatorship.

  • Cindy
    Posted at 11:43h, 29 October Reply

    👍 Frank Miller. Getting people to grasp these points is like pulling hen’s teeth. Keep putting the truth out there!

    • Frank Miller
      Posted at 15:47h, 29 October Reply

      Thanks for your kind words Cindy. You can tell by the questioning from many Representatives, they are not fully understanding as well. To be expected I guess, since this is reported to be the first time in 20 months they have even addressed the virus issue.

      Rep. Mazzochi had some good points to make. I have been following her House Bills to challenge the concept of cell towers on every street corner. But I get the feeling anything challenging the status quo will get tied up in “Committee”. All the more reason for people to know and exercise their rights,

    • Frank Miller
      Posted at 16:44h, 29 October Reply

      Yep, it’s rigged. “We are certainly trying to change these rules, but Madigan has blocked us from going back to sessions. So we can’t be in Springfield to work on changing these rules.” – Senator Dave Syverson

  • Jim Crawford
    Posted at 18:05h, 29 October Reply

    Seems that Pritzker and Madigan have declared themselves to be Queen and have disbanded the Parliment!
    Do we now need “permission” to invoke the 5th amendment and do so through a special legislative session, which we’re not allowed to have?

  • Cool Guy
    Posted at 22:10h, 30 October Reply

    I wrote my state rep a couple times last summer (2020), asking him when he would put in a bill to stop JB’s never ending “emergency declarations”. The response was something like “there is plenty of precedent to allow the governor this type of latitude for our protection” or some other nonsense. Look how quick they turned on the citizens when they started using this previous legislation to show the governor has acted illegally. May God have mercy on them.

    • Jim Crawford
      Posted at 18:28h, 31 October Reply

      The only thing they’re protecting is what I call “P ‘n’ P”, Power and Profits.. Did anyone ask this guy to “keep us safe”? The only thing we need protection from is him and any other fear-porn based terrorist tyrants.

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