Ingo Rademacher, the actor who portrayed Jasper “Jax” Jacks on the ABC soap opera General Hospital, will be given the “Legendary” award from Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense at their annual gala in St. Petersburg, Florida this Sunday. Rademacher gained international attention after he was fired from the show, on which he portrayed a leading role for over 20 years, because he refused to comply with the vaccine mandate handed down by Disney executives in 2021.
He has since filed a lawsuit, which is set to go to trial in late February of next year.
His co-star Steve Burton, who played Jason Morgan on GH, was also canned for refusing the jab after applying for religious and medical exemptions, which the GP reported on shortly after Rademacher took a similar stand.
Children’s Health Defense has long been a vocal opponent of forced vaccinations and has spent years highlighting the harmful, if not deadly side-effects of Big Pharma cocktails. Prior to the COVID-19, RFK Jr. and his foundation were lauded by the very same Hollywood celebrities and entertainment industry titans who have since adopted the CDC and Big Pharma push to force vaccinations at all costs.
Following Rademacher’s bold stand for healthcare freedom and against medical tyranny, two former General Hospital staffers followed up with their own lawsuit this past summer over the COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
He told this GP journalist the following about why he refused the jab, saying that passing the fight onto his kids would be “cowardly.” Ingo appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show last December, stating “If we don’t stand up to this, it’s not going to go away.”
General Hospital’s Ingo Rademacher tells Tucker Carlson about his decision to sue ABC after he was fired due to vaccine mandates: “If we don’t stand up to this, it’s not going to go away.”
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“The most important thing for me is to always tell the truth and set an example for my children. To pass this fight onto them would be cowardly and would go against my every principle and beliefs to not accept this. This fight picked me,” explained Rademacher.
He went on to say that he is thankful for people like Mo van Hoek, of the Children’s Health Defense Florida Chapter, who is “constantly fighting for us.” Hoek’s son encountered extreme health issues after an intense round of inoculations and she now educates parents across America about the CDC’s child and adult vaccine programs, highlighting the issue of informed consent.
A representative of Children’s Health Defense stated that every penny raised at the “Silent Voices” gala will go towards their campaign to expose vaccine discrimination and to assist their efforts to pass legislation that prevents further harm to children from forced vaccinations, including the recent push to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine on the children of America.
While nearly all of Hollywood and the entertainment industry remain committed to unconstitutional mandates, even in the face of overwhelming evidence of the downfalls of getting the COVID-19 vaccine, people like Rademacher prove that there are a handful of courageous individuals who care more about liberty and freedom than they do fame and fortune.