Diamond “Ellie” Puentes, blacklisted because she believes
in “her body, her choice!”
They’re coming for you next: A student at Union College in New York, Diamond “Ellie” Puentes, was expelled from school because she refused to get a COVID booster because of the serious adverse effects she experienced after getting her second COVID shot.
More information here.
Worse, the school refused to accept her doctor’s note requesting she be exempt, or her hospital records describing the health issues she had experienced. From the first link above:
Union College’s Director of Health Services Angela Stefanatos asked her, “Are you here because you don’t want to get the booster or because you’re truly sick?”
Dr. Thomas Nelson, Puentes’ primary care physician, wrote a letter addressed to the college on April 11 regarding his patient’s concerns with the booster shot. He stated that Puentes was “in an unfavorable state of health, presumably caused by the vaccine itself.”
In response to Nelson’s advice that the vaccine was “ill-advised,” Stefanatos stated via email that “the vaccine is not associated with gastritis,” according to copies of the email discussion obtained by the Thinker.
Stefanatos of course was wrong. Pfizer itself has confirmed to Puentes that its shots have produced gastritis in patients.
No matter. Puentes had the nerve to merely question these petty dictators, and for that crime they banned her from the school. The second link above also notes that about fifty other students at Union are fighting its COVID shot mandates.
What makes it clear that this is solely a power play by Union College goons is the ample evidence that now exists proving the COVID shots and boosters do practically nothing to prevent the disease. To require them and to kick people out of school for not getting them is nothing more than being an irrational bully and a thug.
Nor is the school the only blacklister here.
A friend of Puentes started a fundraiser on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe on April 28 to help Puentes raise money for “proper legal assistance” and to replace the nonrefundable tuition that she lost for the spring term, according to the description of the fundraiser.
GoFundMe paused donations without explanation, causing the fundraiser to move to a Christian platform called GiveSendGo. [emphasis mine]
As always, the worst part of this story is that it is no longer rare. This is happening everywhere. It has now become acceptable to discriminate against people for their personal medical decisions, even if the evidence makes it clear that those decisions are rational and reasonable. The irrational fear of the Wuhan flu trumps all.
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