"If some lose, we all lose": Active-duty firefighter speaks out against mandatory vaccination

On September 13, first responders from across the GTA came together to protest the vaccine mandates being imposed at their jobs.

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On September 13, I had the chance to cover a silent protest where first responders from across the Greater Toronto Area came together to protest against the vaccine mandates that require them to be vaccinated to do their job.

Although it was a silent protest, we were able to speak with an active-duty firefighter to hear his perspective on why frontline workers gathered in solidarity to show that they do not agree with these unjust measures.

Here at Rebel News, we are are doing everything we can to fight back against the vaccine passport mandates that we are seeing all across the country. If you want to be a part of that fight and help Canadians who are being forced against their will to take a COVID-19 vaccine, please donate at FightVaccinePassports.com where you can help crowdfund lawyers to fight vaccine mandates across Canada. If you are not in a position to donate and feel that Canadians should not be discriminated against based on their medical history, please sign our petition at NoVaxPassports.ca.

As you will see in this video, no matter what the mainstream media and politicians try to convince the public, there are clearly people from all walks of life who simply do not agree with these vaccine mandates being imposed across the country. Countless Canadians suddenly have their jobs and livelihoods on the line, simply because they don't want to submit to a medical procedure. We will do everything in our power to prevent this from happening to Canadians.

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