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Focus on the Family Cites Money in Enforcing Biden Vaccine Mandate

With days remaining and the Biden vaccine mandate up in the air, Focus on the Family announced that is would push forward enforcing the Biden vaccine mandate on its employees. The mandate is designed to weaponize OSHA in enforcing vaccine mandates on companies with 100 employees or more and government contractors. While sources have informed Evangelical Dark Web that government contractors have halted or softened their position on the Biden mandate, despite the fact that it is being written into contract renewals, supposedly Christian organizations are rushing at last minute to be in compliance with the regime.

In early January, Jim Daly, the head of Focus on the Family put out a memo declaring that employees had to be vaccinated or be forced to wear a mask and submit to routine testing.

Jim Daly wrote in a statement:

“Therefore, at the recommendation of our general counsel, we need to start implementing the ETS order while praying the Supreme Court acts. Refusing to do so could cost Focus multiple millions of dollars in fines.”

Jim Daly betrays a financial motivation for enforcing evil on his staff. Whereas very pro-COVID vaccine organizations like Daily Wire and government simping ministries, like SBTS, have launched their own fight against the Biden Regency, Focus on the Family believes its fiduciary duty leads it to compliance.

The flaw in this logic is that donors have caught wind of this memo and are greatly disturbed, as are employees who are whistleblowing to the Epoch Times. Daly goes on to write:

“Failing to comply would threaten our ability to continue helping and serving millions of families. At the same time, we don’t believe our employees—or anyone else—should be forced to violate their deeply held convictions in this matter. It is our hope and prayer the Supreme Court will soon strike down this mandate as unconstitutional. After two years of unprecedented pain and loss, it is time for our nation’s policies to heal and unite and not hurt and divide our fellow Americans.”

In a completely beta move, Jim Daly is helming Focus on the Family in compliance to that which he argues is morally reprehensible and unconstitutional, merely because civil disobedience has financial consequences.

It’s clear that Jim Daly is just as financially motivated as a garden variety prosperity preacher. Moreover, it’s clear that he has no real conviction to stand against Branch Covidianism himself.

A Call To Action

Evangelical Dark Web calls for the ceasing of all funds to Focus on the Family until both Jim Daly is removed and this policy is reversed.

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10 Responses

  1. I agree that people should stop supporting FOTF until Daly is removed. It is people like him, who are causing our country to collapse. We need strong leaders who put their trust in the Lord and not in government.

    1. He’s quite literally putting his trust in government as opposed to God for standing up for what’s right. Can’t serve two masters, and he’s not even trying to straddle the fence.

  2. Thank you for being so honest in your reporting of public wrong doing bless you, also since you said churches receive millions of ppp loan and most were forgiven, can we get the government to forgive student loans so regular humans poor, humans can have a better life for them and family,? This would be justice for the people when churches don’t pay taxes we Do. Thank you your awesome

    1. If the government forgave student loans, this would screw over the people the paid their student loans back. Additionally this would screw over the next generation of college students as the precedent for a bailout would cause the price of college to increase, as colleges will take advantage of the free money. Churches do not pay taxes because taxing churches is a blatant 1st Amendment violation.

      1. “Churches do not pay taxes”…”Churches do not pay taxes yet”, Fava. They’re not there yet, but they’re heading there. The 1st amendment, the 2nd amendment especially, and the constitution in general is meaningless to elitists in government, and over half our insane broken population. The evanjellyfish and skittles on your team are the sellouts. Purge your ranks and fight, jump ship, or placate the many woke evangelical leaders and clerics. I fled to the ancient and unchanging faith of the ancient church myself long ago, and it’s there that my line in the sand is drawn.

  3. People who are fully vaccinated get and easily spread covid. According to a recent study in the Lancet, “fully vaccinated individuals with breakthrough infections have peak viral load similar to unvaccinated cases and can transmit infection…” Likewise, “People who get vaccine breakthrough infections can be contagious,” says the CDC. Therefore, vaccinated people Even more compelling, …“vaccinated individuals still have the potential to infect others. Worse, one CDC report shows that vaccinated people can still be superspreaders. If vaccinated people still get and spread covid with the same viral load as unvaccinated people then vaccinated people should be tested for covid in the same manner as unvaccinated people, correct? Correct. CDC also states, “vaccination is NOT sufficient to prevent transmission of covid virus.” If vaccination is not sufficient to prevent transmission of covid virus, then why are employees being fired for not being vaccinated? An irrational fear of covid doesn’t entitle a workplace to discriminate against persons based on vaccine status. Simply put, there are no compelling or extraordinary reasons to selectively discriminate against unvaccinated people when vaccinated people can still infect others, have similar viral load and be contagious. Therefore, given the absence of logical grounds to continue such discrimination employers should immediately cease and desist such discrimination. An unvaccinated person carries the same level of safety as a vaccinated person, given both can get and spread covid. A more rational, fair and least restrictive solution would be to provide rapid covid testing for all employees, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, provide free testing at stores, schools and hospitals and require all people to wear masks indoors until there’s ample evidence of herd immunity. The highly transmissible Omicron variant could help countries reach herd immunity as cases continue to rise, health experts say.
    Sources:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/cdc-report-shows-vaccinated-people-can-spread-covid-19/ar-AAML2bEhttps://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(21)00648-4/fulltexthttps://www.ibtimes.com/covid-19-herd-immunity-possible-omicron-cases-surge-experts-say-3369737d.

  4. Focus on the Family is not theologically sound; so, it shouldn’t surprise us that they gave in to the Mother of Harlots; just see Fauci, Biden and Collins relations to the Vatican. A type of Inquisition in the works to say the least. Faith base money and other government handouts makes companies, religious organizations and others indebted to Big Brother. We have helped you, now take the Jab and maybe you will not have a serious adverse reaction.

  5. They consider themselves far too important—can’t tolerate standing up to an ungodly government mandate due to money. Now that it’s been struck down by SCOTUS, perhaps Daly regrets. Despicable.

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