Biden Creates Nazi-Like Database Tracking Employees Who Seek Exemptions, Group Warns

The Biden administration is using 55 federal departments and agencies to track federal employees or applicants who seek exemptions, Liberty Counsel Action said Thursday.

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Fifty-seven rule changes were made — some limited to COVID shot exemptions — but others tracking all exemptions, such as an employee or applicant seeking accommodations from working on the Sabbath or Sunday. Some track visitors to their buildings or events.

Liberty Counsel Action Chairman Mat Staver warned about the invasive privacy violations and consequences of government recording and permanently storing private religious and medical data on those seeking exemptions.

“IBM created a database of the Jewish people in Europe. Using this database, Nazis were able to identify the Jews and prohibit them from public and then private employment. This database is what enabled Nazis to round up those targeted for ghettos and concentration camps. The federal government has started its own database on Americans of faith,” Staver said in a statement.

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“We cannot allow this to happen,” he added. “We cannot allow a federal database categorizing people by their religion or medical status. What possible good can be accomplished by these government lists? I cannot think of one.”

As a response to this, Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) introduced the “Religious Freedom Over Mandates Act,” on Jan. 25, 2022.

The act states that: “No Federal funds may be used to establish, operate, maintain, or support any system of records on religious accommodations requested by, or granted to, an employee, detailee, contractor, consultant, intern, applicant, volunteer, or any other person with respect to any COVID–19 vaccination requirement.”

According to the press release, the departments that are tracking employees who ask for religious exemptions include the Department of the Army, the Department of Transportation, and the Federal Trade Commission.

See below for the full list with hyperlinks included:

1. Department of the Army, Department of Defense
2. Homeland Security Department
3. Department of Labor, Office of Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management
4. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
5. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
6. Department of the Treasury, Office of Civil Rights and Diversity
7. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
8. Office of Personnel Management
9. Securities and Exchange Commission (with a second rule)
10. Office of Government Ethics
11. Postal Regulatory Commission
12. Department of the Interior
13. Federal Reserve System
14. Federal Trade Commission
15. United States Commission on Civil Rights
16. General Services Administration
17. National Transportation Safety Board
18. U.S. International Development Finance Corporation
19. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
20. Department of Housing and Urban Development
21. Trade and Development Agency
22. Export-Import Bank of the United States
23. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board
24. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
25. Farm Credit Administration
26. Department of Transportation
27. Federal Housing Finance Agency
28. Federal Housing Finance Agency, Office of Inspector General
29. Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
30. Corporation for National and Community Service
31. Small Business Administration
32. U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
33. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
34. Peace Corps
35. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
36. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
37. Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission
38. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
39. Department of Health and Human Services
40. United States International Trade Commission (with a second rule)
41. Environmental Protection Agency
42. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
43. National Indian Gaming Commission
44. Surface Transportation Board
45. Consumer Product Safety Commission
46. Special Counsel Office
47. U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board
48. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration
49. Federal Election Commission
50. Social Security Administration
51. Agriculture Department*
52. Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia*
53. Department of Justice*
54. Selective Service System*
55. Department of Commerce*