Woman Fired By BlueCross BlueShield For Refusing Covid Jab Awarded $700k In Lawsuit

Tanja Benton, a bio statistical research scientist at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, was awarded $700,000 in a court settlement after being fired for refusing to take a COVID-19 shot during the pandemic.

VICTORY.

A federal jury awards Tennessee woman $700,000 after she was fired for refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccine mandated by her employer, BlueCross BlueShield pic.twitter.com/1oVHMuYajh

— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) July 1, 2024

According to Fox 17, “The jury found that Tanja Benton ‘proved by a preponderance of the evidence’ that her refusal to get the shot ‘was based on a sincerely-held religious belief.’”

Benton had been at the job since 2005, and her lawsuit noted she hardly even came into contact with anyone during her work hours.

In fact, the research scientist worked from home for a year and a half during the pandemic without any complaints from co-workers.

When her employer mandated COVID-19 jabs, Benton objected for religious purposes as her research showed the shots “are derived from aborted fetus cell lines.”

The BlueCross BlueShield employee said taking the jab “would not only defile her body but also anger and dishonor God.”

Ultimately, the company fired Benton when she refused to be coerced into taking the experimental shot.

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