Santa Clara University (SCU) has been CAUGHT posting their Covid vaccination mandate as dated May 1, but which wasn’t actually posted until May 8, AFTER the May 1 deadline for new students to commit and pay a fee.
SCU Continues Unlawful, Unethical Behavior!
SCU updated and back-dated their Covid-19 vaccine mandate after the deadline to commit and pay fees! Incoming students need to get the bivalent booster (regardless of how many previous shots they have had). Returning students also need to have a bivalent which could mean that they took (or have to take) 3 or 4 shots depending on when they had to comply.
What are your thoughts on Santa Clara University’s behavior?
Take action and voice your opinion to protect students! Go to Santa Clara University’s Instagram page and let them know what you think about this unethical behavior in their latest post.
This outrageous behavior is exactly why Free Now Foundation is dedicated to holding Santa Clara University accountable in a court of law.
Free Now Foundation represents several SCU students in an ongoing lawsuit against Santa Clara University. Our original article and press release were published March 2022, when we operated under a different name. Our same executive and legal team is continuing this lawsuit. We thank you for your support!
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Previously Published article about our SCU Lawsuit:
MARCH 08, 2022
California Organization Sues Santa Clara University over Booster Mandates
Monday, March 7, 2022: Former California non-profit now known as Free Now Foundation and plaintiff Harlow Glenn filed suit against Santa Clara University to challenge their illegal and unethical COVID-19 vaccine mandate, and particularly its most recent “booster” mandate.
The Santa Clara University (SCU) website unethically leads students to believe that the Pfizer vaccine is FDA approved. The website fails to inform the students that the “FDA approved” BioNTech vaccine called “Comirnaty” is not available in the United States. The website also mentions “university approved exemption”, but again this is misleading considering SCU does not allow religious belief exemptions for students and has denied most medical exemptions.
Why would SCU continue mandating the COVID-19 Vaccine and the booster, despite widespread evidence that none of the COVID-19 “vaccine” products stop infection or transmission of COVID-19 or any of its variants? In a March 3rd appearance at Washington State University in St. Louis, Missouri, CDC director Dr. Rachelle Walensky admitted health officials relied too heavily on vaccines as a “cure-all” of sorts for COVID, and said vaccine makers didn’t warn the agency that the vaccine would be less effective against potential variants.
In addition to its original COVID-19 “vaccine” mandate before the fall semester, SCU imposed an additional third dose booster shot on its students in order to continue attending SCU for the spring semester.
SCU announced that it will immediately expel students who do not submit to this third shot by March 17, 2022 – right in the middle of an ongoing spring term.
The Complaint alleges eighteen causes of action against SCU, including violations of students’ fundamental rights to bodily autonomy, the free exercise of religion, and equal protection of the law, as well as a violation of federal emergency use authorization law, which requires individuals being offered emergency use products be given the right to refuse them. All “booster” shots are emergency use authorized only and have not received full FDA approval, meaning they are all still in the clinical trial stages.
Plaintiff Harlow Glenn, a sophomore neuroscience major at SCU, felt pressured into getting the 1st Pfizer shot. She suffered a severe reaction and ended up in the Emergency Room. Two separate doctors advised her to NOT get the 2nd Pfizer dose, each writing her a medical exemption.
Rather than grant the medical exemptions written by licensed medical doctors, SCU’s campus physician, Dr. Osofsky, determined that Glenn’s injuries, which in the days following injection included severe numbness and tingling in her legs, and months of severe migraines, urinating of blood, menstrual cycle disruptions, fainting, vomiting, and total body pains, were not “severe enough to require hospitalization.”
Says Glenn: “It’s incredible that SCU expects students to take additional doses of experimental products when they already caused them harm, just to be able to continue their college educations. I am not willing to put my health or life on the line like that again.”
Harlow also points out the absurdity and gross discrimination of allowing SCU teachers “religious belief exemptions” while denying the same rights for students.
SCU is also ignoring the alarming data U.S. District Judge Mark T. Pittman ordered the FDA to release. This is the data Pfizer submitted to the FDA from its clinical trials in support of a COVID-19 vaccine license.
This data shows there were 1,291 different severe adverse events following vaccination during the clinical trial. The list includes acute kidney injury, brain stem thrombosis, cardiac arrest, cardiac failure, encephalitis, pancreatitis, myocarditis and much more. (Link to view Pfizer data.)
In light of the staggering number of COVID-19 vaccine injuries, including almost 25,000 deaths being reported to the CDC Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting system, lawmakers in the state of Kansas called for the “safe and effective” narrative of COVID-19 vaccines to be removed because it violates true “informed consent.” The Kansas health agency has now stopped all television ads for the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Complaint alleges that SCU mandated these shots without conducting any risk-benefit analysis for their students’ age cohort…
— and despite the emerging evidence of significant harms to individuals, including the elevated risk of myocarditis in males ages 18-24 years old.
The Complaint further alleges that SCU mandated these booster shots not to protect students’ health, but rather in exchange for millions of dollars in federal CARES Act funding. “By imposing these measures on students in exchange for millions in federal relief funds and in order to aid, abet, and implement the clear governmental objective of “universal vaccination,” SCU became a state actor, and must be held to the same constraints against constitutional violations as any other state actor,” said Rita Barnett-Rose, one of the Free Now Foundation attorneys on the case.
Harassed and Threatened
Because of the imminent March 17th deadline and threat to the students’ health, well-being, and spring semester enrollment, FLTJ on behalf of Free Now Foundation now intends to file an immediate request with the superior court for temporary emergency injunctive relief. FLTJ hopes to be able to stay the enforcement of the illegal booster mandate until a full trial on the merits can be heard. Parents worry that since final exams are next week and students know they will feel sick after getting a COVID shot, that some students will be pressured to attend the final on-campus shot clinic this Friday and potentially not benefit from legal action.
Plaintiff Harlow says “I am tired of being constantly harassed and threatened by SCU to take an experimental product, this is why I am joining the lawsuit.”
Please Note: This article has been updated for accuracy. The former California non-profit is now reflected under our new name, Free Now Foundation.
Aria Morgan is the Managing Editor of Free Now Foundation. Aria is a passionate and accomplished editor with a diverse background in writing for various industries, including music, film, health and yoga, and with published covers and feature credits in national magazines. Aria is dedicated to protecting civil rights and promoting health and medical freedom, and is thrilled to be a part of the Free Now Foundation team.