Yom Kippur is celebrated on the 10th day of the seventh month on the Hebrew calendar, which starts on the night of Sept. 15 this year and ends on the night of the following day. The evening and day of Yom Kippur are set aside for public and private petitions and confessions of guilt. At the end of Yom Kippur, the believers hope that they have been forgiven by God.
Red Pill plays a recording of s shofar, a ritual musical instrument made from the horn of a ram, and encourages her viewers to do the same at the start of Yom Kippur.
"Tonight at six o'clock you can play that, and also proclaim liberty throughout the land. That's what we are to do this day," Red Pill says.
"I proclaim liberty throughout the land; I proclaim liberty throughout the world; I proclaim liberty for everyone's bank account; I proclaim liberty over everyone for peace, for health, for wealth, for restoration of your family and all the good things. I proclaim all these in Jesus' name."
While Red Pill is proclaiming liberty, President Joe Biden is busy conquering more grounds.
Biden met with executives from companies that include Walt Disney Co., Microsoft Corp. and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. to advance his Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination requirements for the private sector.
The White House meeting comes after Biden announced a series of vaccine mandates last week that could affect roughly 100 million workers.
"Vaccination is key to getting the pandemic under control and keeping the economy strong," says Biden in a brief public remark at the start of the closed-door meeting.
Before the meeting, Columbia Sportswear Co. CEO Tim Boyle said that "people have to get vaccinated in order for us to get back to any kind of a normal business and life experience." Other participants included Microsoft President Brad Smith, Disney CEO Bob Chapek, Walgreens CEO Roz Brewer and Greg Adams, chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente.
Also expected to be in attendance are Louisiana State University President William Tate; Madeline Bell, the president and CEO of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Business Roundtable President and CEO Josh Bolten; and Molly Moon Neitzel, the founder and CEO of Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream.
Under Biden's new plan, all employers with 100 or more employees would have to require their workers to be vaccinated or undergo at least weekly COVID-19 testing.
Boyle has said that Columbia Sportswear plans to implement the Biden administration's requirements.
"This is actually quite a good thing for leveling the playing field," Boyle says. "Companies like ourselves that want to have employees encouraged to the highest degree to get vaccinated – this is going to give us the ability to do that and not put our business at risk."
Some companies are planning to take further action when the Biden administration's rule is released, which is expected in the coming weeks.
Federal employees and contractors that work with the government face renewed vaccine mandates and will no longer have the option of regular COVID-19 testing.
"If you want to work with the federal government and do business with us, get vaccinated," says Biden. "If you want to do business with the federal government, vaccinate your workforce."
Healthcare workers also face strict mandates. The Biden administration has ordered all healthcare facilities that receive federal Medicaid or Medicare funding to mandate vaccines for their workforces with no testing option.
Opposition leaders are doing their best to protect health freedoms. Several Republican-led states have already moved to ban or restrict vaccine mandates by employers and schools.
Twenty-four Republican attorneys general are threatening to sue the president if his proposed vaccination mandate for large companies takes effect.
They have sent a seven-page letter to the president, warning that a lawsuit will follow the implementation of the proposed requirement on private-sector employees to either get a COVID-19 shot, submit to weekly testing or be fired. (Related: Republicans vow to sue Biden over COVID-19 vaccine mandate.)
The attorneys general say some workers will quit their jobs rather than comply, further straining an already tight labor market. "Your plan is disastrous and counterproductive," they write. "From a policy perspective, this edict is unlikely to win hearts and minds – it will simply drive further skepticism."
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has fired a warning shot, filing a lawsuit against the mandate for businesses with more than 100 employees.
Meanwhile, the American Federation of Government Employees says in a statement that vaccination requirements should be negotiated with unions.
Those opposing Biden's vaccine mandates represent the people blowing the shofar at the start of Yom Kippur.
The texts on the video that Red Pill has played with the recorded sound of shofar read: "The powerful sound of the shofar is healing and causes confusion in the enemy's camp. When blown it clears the air around us. Rejoice and give thanks to the living God."
Judging by Biden's actions, his administration is already confused.
Biden is initially reluctant to pursue vaccine mandates largely because of the legal implications they bring. But his administration is now desperate to vaccinate every American eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
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