Unvaxxed Teacher Knows Her Rights, Keeps Her Job – How You Can Defend Your Rights Without a Lawyer
November 23, 2021
Teacher Deanna Gontard kept her job by knowing and defending her rights. She refused not only to be injected with the ‘vaccine’ but to disclose her vaccine status to the school board. When they tried to put her on unpaid leave she successfully kept her job by knowing and standing up for her rights.
She was assisted in this by Jody Ledgerwood, who is neither a lawyer nor legal clerk. Jody has invested hundreds of hours in learning our rights under Canadian law and has to date educated and assisted thousands of Canadians to protect and defend their rights from the Covid tyrants.
In this interview you will learn how you can do the same. The link to Jody Ledgerwood’s legal guide can be found under this interview.
On Jody’s viral video at a mall food court…
“I just started going through the laws calmly, peacefully and at the same time eating my lunch. The police officer didn’t know what to do. The security guards didn’t know what to do. And they’re kind of going, I don’t know what to do with this group. And then the police officer said, ‘Well, I’ve got to call my supervisor because I don’t know what to do because she’s got the laws right there. What she’s saying makes sense.’ “
On requests for advice on our rights…
Even today [after 2 months] I still get anywhere from probably 50 to 100 requests per day for that legal package. I’m getting requests from all over the world – Honduras, Japan, Israel, UK, the US, all across Canada.”
On the time commitment needed to learn your rights (from Jody’s guide)…
“If they were dedicated probably within two days, they would understand it if they were dedicated. If they only wanted to give it an hour a day and just look at over an hour a day, then probably within a week – they’re not going to be able to spout it out like I can. But they’re going to get there over a period of time. And that’s why you carry it with you. And tab it. If you need to, carry it with you and tab it because people will wait for you to look it up and then show them.”