With the help of We The Patriots USA, four employees of Bristol Myers Squibb Co. (BMS) filed a federal lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of NY today, alleging religious discrimination after the company denied their requests for an exemption to BMS’s covid vaccine mandate for employees.
In an effort to test the sincerity of the plaintiffs’ religious beliefs, BMS subjected employees to a rigorous interrogation that in some cases includes such questions as whether the employee had ever smoked tobacco, consumed alcohol, took recreational drugs, or received a tattoo.
We The Patriots USA released the following statement late Wednesday:  “The  compulsory injection of an experimental foreign substance with known and widespread adverse side effects–including death–and procured with the assistance of aborted fetal cell lines, cannot be compared to drinking a beer.  That such a question was posed to employees demonstrates an utter lack of understanding of the interactive process required by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and we are confident that the plaintiffs will be successful in this litigation.  It didn’t have to come to this, but we are proud to stand up for the plaintiffs in their pursuit of religious liberty.”
Read the full press release HERE.