Vaccine Exemption Cards are helping people across the globe
February 3, 2022

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Critical thinkers know that “vaccine mandates” are illegal, particularly ones enacted by executive branches of government. We’ve all heard of the Nuremberg Codes and various court decisions affirming our rights to freedom and bodily autonomy. But it’s difficult for even the sharpest, wittiest person to rattle off those exact codes and statutes on the spot. That is until now.

Mr. Dee was a guest on The Joe Messina Show last April (starts at the 31:30 mark). He introduced the world to his website on that day. Mr. Dee, a self-described Christian, told The COVID Blog that he started brainstorming what he could do to help people as vaccine mandates and passports accelerated throughout 2021. We all know that mask and vaccine mandates are illegal. But there was no streamlined way to assert this truth. Mr. Dee studied state, federal and international law for several months. The result was a compact, wallet-sized card containing powerful information to assert your right to bodily autonomy.

“I designed the cards to have these laws at a person’s disposal to quickly show others and forcefully declare their right to refuse,” Mr. Dee said. “The cards are especially popular with parents who give them to their children to show teachers and other adults who try and manipulate kids into getting the vaccine without parental consent.” Many parents also buy the lanyards for kids to wear the cards at school in places like California, Oregon, and New York.


The very official-looking cards are as thick as a credit card and cost about the same as a sandwich at your favorite restaurant. Mr. Dee said he wants to do his part to remind people across the globe that freedom and liberty are unalienable rights that no human or government can take away from you.

“My goal is with these cards, and with my website, is to continue to mount a resistance, and get people the tools into their hands that help them fight back against evil,” he said. “It’s a small step anyone can take to start resisting in a legal and lawful way.”