A 72-year-old woman, who worked for Belk department store, was fired from her job after the company claimed she presented fraudulent documents to obtain a religious exemption from the experimental COVID shots.
The document in question was a letter from her pastor.
The problem? She attended a home church for years and Belk could not locate the church on Google nor verify her pastor, so it wrongly claimed she was presenting fraudulent documentation, which is against their policies and fired her.
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Jay Sekulow and the American Center for Law and Justice has picked up the case and has the details in this exclusive interview with ACLJ Senior Litigation Counsel, Abby Southerland.
This woman wasn’t just terminated because of her Christian faith, but was retaliated against by Belk. #BoycottBelk
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