Charles Clark: Anti-vaxx pastor dumped by doctor of 2 decades over vaccine refusal

Charles Clark, the pastor of Solid Rock Baptist Church in New Jersey, aired his woes about being dropped by his doctor for refusing to get vaccinated


                            Charles Clark: Anti-vaxx pastor dumped by doctor of 2 decades over vaccine refusal
Charles Clark said that he is "not angry" with the doctor but is caught off-guard (Twitter/ @chalieclark)
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A Baptist pastor in New Jersey is now looking for a new doctor after he was dumped by his long-time physician because of his decision to not get vaccinated.

Charles Clark, the pastor of Solid Rock Baptist Church in New Berlin, New Jersey, had taken to Twitter to air his woes. In a series of tweets, Clark recalled how his doctor refused to take his appointment because he is not vaccinated.

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"I called to make an appointment with my doc. She’s an otolaryngologist who did my voice surgery & has been my doc for 20 yrs. They asked me about my vax status, & because I’m not vaccinated, I was told I’m not allowed to schedule her. It caught me off-guard. A reality check. Sad," the pastor said. 

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In another tweet, he said that he is "not angry" with the doctor but is caught off-guard. “I know doctors are supposed to see their patients, but she’s scared and just going along with the narrative,” the pastor said in another tweet. “I was just caught off guard when it happened.” The pastor added that it was troubling and sad. "It’s the way things are going & troubling. There’s a different doc who will see me if I test… for now."

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Additionally, in his tweets, he essentially spoke against vaccines and medicines and how the coronavirus pandemic is happening because of fear. "Because I’m not angry with a scared, lost doctor doesn’t mean I’m not upset about covid control," he wrote on Twitter. "The covid narrative is fear encapsulated."

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Lastly, he spoke about how he has God with him, and how that gives him power and strength to continue forward. "A demonic spirit of fear has overtaken our nation because of lying people with ulterior motives," he said. "I have Christ. I’m not controlled by fear."


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One angry user replied to Clark, "And I thought healthcare was a right!!!! This is sad when they’re now turning away people." Another said, "That should be illegal."


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According to Covid-19 tracking data from the Brown School of Public Health, the US is currently reporting as many daily infections as the country experienced in late January, during the deadly third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. CDC data indicates that the current hospitalization rate that is 16 times greater in the unvaccinated population than among vaccinated Americans. The states experiencing the highest rates of transmission - South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi and Georgia - are located in the South, according to Brown University data.

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As per a report in Associated Press, nearly all Covid-19 deaths in the US are people who haven't been vaccinated. An Associated Press analysis of available government data from May shows that infections in fully vaccinated people "accounted for fewer than 1,200 of more than 107,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations. That’s about 1.1%. And only about 150 of the more than 18,000 COVID-19 deaths in May were in fully vaccinated people. That translates to about 0.8%, or five deaths per day on average."

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