NASA engineer of 37 years prepared to retire over vaccine mandate if religious exemption isn't granted

TEXAS WELES PATIENTS DENIED LIVESAVING ORGAN TRANSPLANTS IN COLORADO BECAUSE OF COVID VACCINATION STATUS 

“I believe my body is God’s temple,” Smith told co-host Brian Kilmeade. “All three of vaccine[s] use stem cells as [sic] either development or testing, and as a pro-life, I just do not believe that’s the right thing to do.”

So I’m stand[ing] firm, particularly in fighting for the constitutional right… our First Amendment right. That’s our rally. We call it the constitutional rally,” Smith explained, referring to a group of fellow NASA employees who are assembling in protest of the mandate.

Smith made it clear she does oppose vaccines in general but believes the decision to get the shot should not have an impact on her employment. 

A protester holds a sign claiming Boeing supports fascism as Boeing employees and others protest the company's coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine mandate, outside the Boeing facility in Everett, Washington, October 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

A protester holds a sign claiming Boeing supports fascism as Boeing employees and others protest the company’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine mandate, outside the Boeing facility in Everett, Washington, October 15, 2021.  REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

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