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Tennessee Mayor Says He'll 'Willfully Go to Jail' for Not Being Jabbed

The mayor of Maury County, Tennessee, said this week he will not comply with President Joe Biden's vaccination mandate requiring employees to be inoculated against COVID-19.

Mayor Andy Ogles, an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump, even said he "will willfully go to jail" over the issue, according to a report from WZTV-TV.

"Maury County government will not comply with any OSHA mandate that forces an employee to be vaccinated against their will," he said. "It should be noted that I am not anti-vaccine, but your healthcare is your business and I will willfully go to jail before forcing any of you to take the vaccine."

Ex-Drug Addict Turned Born-Again Believer Credits Church With Saving Her Life

A Canadian church has a message for Christians and houses of worship alike amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic: "Refuse to close your doors."

Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, published a video Tuesday of a woman named Jennifer Scott. The clip featured Scott's incredibly touching baptism and her heartwarming testimony.

Scott shared her journey with the congregation before publicly pronouncing her faith through immersion.

Is America Turning Into a Gestapo State?

Just last month, videos were leaked from COVID detainment camps in Australia. Citizens down under are being held against their will in "isolation camps," even if they do not test positive for COVID.

To be kept in one of these detention centers, Australian citizens need only to have been in the vicinity of someone who tested positive to be detained for a minimum of 14 days. Citizens are detained in tiny shacks surrounded by barbed wire and guards.

And as we saw in the video, the simple act of angering a guard or speaking to another detainee is enough to have a person "indefinitely" detained within the rows and rows of dismal shacks.

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