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religionThe First Amendment grants the freedom of religious belief and practice. We believe that religious freedom is broader than just the right to attend a house of worship. It also protects individuals and organizations from having to sacrifice their personal value system to government or cultural dictum. Religious liberty enables us practice our beliefs legally, peacefully and publicly without retaliation.

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Trevor Noah Questions Impartiality Of Moderna CEO, Gets Called “Anti-Vaxxer” By His Own Fans

Trevor Noah Questions Impartiality Of Moderna CEO, Gets Called “Anti-Vaxxer” By His Own Fans Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah questioned whether the CEO of Moderna had a conflict of interest in calling for new vaccines to fight Omicron, only to be attacked as an “anti-vaxxer” by his own fans. Yes, really. A clip of the segment was posted on Twitter a few hours ago and is already stoking controversy. In it, Noah points out that all the cases of Omicron so far have been characterized by mild symptoms, a perfectly accurate point (no one in the world has died from the new variant yet). Moderna’s CEO hints at needing new vaccines to get ahead of Omicron. Hmm… pic.twitter.com/aYBNSWjodF — The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 2, 2021 “The guy who stands to make millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines, huh?” asked Noah. The comedian then made a joke about Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel buying a Ferrari with his vast profits. Earlier this week, Bancel said that existing vaccines wouldn’t provide sufficient protection against the Omicron variant, remarking, “This is not going to be good.” “I’m not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying…I’m just saying I don’t think he’s the most objective source on this topic,” said Noah. “I’ll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine.” However, the comments in the thread below what are perfectly cogent comments by Noah are filled with angry leftists denouncing him as an “anti-vaxxer.” “Jesus. What’s the difference between this and what the anti-vaxx right has been saying?” asked Nick Pappas. Jesus. What’s the difference between this and what the anti-vaxx right has been saying? — Nick Pappas (@NickAPappas) December 2, 2021 “@Trevornoah indistinguishable from an antivaxxer right now,”

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