New York just declared all-out war on Christianity with this horrifying order that will destroy lives


If you disagree with Democrats, they will try to destroy your life.

That’s exactly what they are doing in New York.

That’s because the state just declared all-out war on Christianity with this horrifying order that will destroy lives.

Democrats have gone mad with power in their response to coronavirus.

They have forced mask orders, lockdowns, and most recently, vaccine mandates that they believe everybody must follow . . . or else.

With vaccine mandates, many Christians have had major concerns.

Considering that the coronavirus vaccines used fetal tissue from aborted babies for testing, many Christians feel that taking the vaccine is against their religious beliefs.

In particular, Moderna and Pfizer used cell lines derived from aborted babies for testing, while Johnson & Johnson’s shot was directly produced in the human fetal cell line PER.C6, which came directly from an 18-week-old baby boy who was aborted in the Netherlands in 1985.

But Democrats aren’t buying those who have religious concerns, and believe they should be forced to get the vaccine anyway.

In New York, they made that official, with the New York State Department of Health board unanimously ordering that healthcare personnel must be vaccinated, specifically noting that there are no religious exemptions.

Department of Health (DOH) attorney Vanessa Murphy made that clear, stating during the meeting where the order was signed that no facility will be permitted to offer religious exemptions.

“We’re not constitutionally required to provide a religious exemption,” Murphy said. “You see that with the Measles and the Mumps requirement for health care workers.”

While it is unclear at the moment how it will be enforced, it is currently a matter that will be left up to individual facilities, with administrators at hospitals and other officials being granted authority to determine how to require employees to abide by the mandate.

“I think in terms of compliance and enforcement, it’s at the facility level,” Murphy said. “We’ve built in provisions to require covered entities upon request to report information to us. I don’t know if we’ve worked out the details of how we would audit or ensure compliance.”

Alternatives to getting the jab, like masking and testing, were not discussed during the meeting when the order was signed.

Alternatives to vaccination, like masking and bi-weekly testing, were not discussed during the Thursday meeting.

Failure to comply with the mandate may result in termination of employment.

During the meeting, Al Cardillo, who is the CEO of the Home Care Association of New York State expressed his concern that this will lead to a depletion of their workforce, which is already strained.

“We really encourage you to consider the shortage, in the emergency situation that we have,” Cardillo said, asking for more time before the order takes effect.