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Drake Wuertz accuses WWE of violating basic human rights

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Former NXT referee and hardcore professional wrestler Drake Wuertz, who has turned himself into quite a controversial name in the recent days, has opened up on WWE allegedly violating human rights.

Drake Wuertz

DRAKE WUERTZ BECAME A CONTROVERSIAL FIGURE IN THE WEEKS LEADING UP TO HIS WWE RELEASE

In the weeks leading up to his release, Wuertz became involved in a series of controversies in regard to his actions and alleged political beliefs. He was shown to have attended a Zoom meeting of the Seminole County Board of County Commissioners where he made infactual arguments against mandating mask-wearing. Wuertz was also attended a Seminole County Public Schools board meeting, where he argued that mask-wearing in schools assists child predators.

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HE BELIEVES WWE’S EMPHASIS ON VACCINATION TO BE A BASIC HUMAN RIGHT VIOLATION

As a proof of WWE’s human right violations, Wuertz has shared a screenshot of a text message sent by John Lautinatis to WWE employees, the content of which is an announcement that vaccinated employees would be allowed to work without a mask.

“Effective Immediately, at all upcoming TVs, if you have been fully vaccinated you no longer are required to test or wear a mask. However if you are fully vaccinated, make sure medical has proof of your vaccination. If you are not fully vaccinated, the standard protocol is still in place. You will have to test, fill out paperwork, have your temperature checked and wear a mask. Thank you, John Laurinaitis,” the message reads.

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Wuertz believes that enforcing vaccination upon workers is a violation of basic human rights and he lost his job due to standing up against the authorities.

“Any company that is discriminating against employees that refuse to participate in an experimental medical procedure by forcing them to show proof of vaccination in order to come to work in a normal capacity is violating basic human rights. I questioned, pushed back, and then defied this tyrannical overreach of control. That didn’t fit their narrative and I was punished. Faith is taking a stand and knowing that God has you covered. I lost my six-figure job for taking a stand on multiple fronts and I don’t regret it one bit,” Wuertz wrote.

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He then went on to state the differences between the “way of the lord” and the way of the world, and declared that he would easily choose the former.

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