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A national grassroots coalition, Feds 4 Medical Freedom, has been formed to respond to rigid and inflexible mandates imposed on public servants and government contractors.
Thousands of these dedicated public employees have answered the call of duty and served throughout the pandemic, no matter the risk. They believe that the government should not fire workers because of their health conditions or medically-informed health care decisions.
Now is not the time to abandon well-established laws regarding workplace discrimination, informed consent to use unlicensed vaccines, and individualized assessments by employers.
Members of the Federal community work every day to ensure the nation’s laws are applied fairly to all citizens. Now, they are fighting the government to ensure the law is applied fairly to all federal workers.


Marcus W. Thornton

Marcus has been a Political Officer with the Department of State since 2016. He previously served as a Border Patrol agent and in other capacities with the Department of Homeland Security from 2007 to 2016.  Marcus has over 1000 mission-flight hours as a crewmember with DHS and as a Major in the United States Air Force Auxiliary. He speaks three foreign languages and including two critical-needs languages. Marcus is the recipient of three Meritorious Honor Awards for his recent work defending human rights, rescuing victims of human trafficking and religious persecution, and advancing national security issues.

James E. Erdman
Vice President

James began his federal service in the military with 2/75 Ranger Bn. Following active duty, he served in the 1/162 light infantry national guard unit while finishing a bachelor’s in biochemistry at Western Oregon University. Shortly after enrolling in a graduate biochemistry program at Oregon State, he was reactivated after 9/11.  He worked in the private sector in biotech and bioinformatics for 6 years before resuming federal government service with the Department of State regionally in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East–James speaks Mandarin and Arabic. He recently ended his work as a CIA Operations Officer and is currently employed in the private sector.

Brian C. Lombardi

Brian has been with the Department of Homeland Security since 2010.  He started as a Border Patrol Agent at the Lordsburg, NM station and served there until his transfer to the Office of Field Operations in 2014.  He is now a CBP Officer at the Port of Las Vegas where he has been the recipient of five Joint Award Commission Awards and several Special Recognition Spotlights including a $1.3 million counterfeit goods seizure and multiple actions which led to international criminal investigations.  He has worked in the Admissibility Review Unit since 2015, where his efforts have contributed to an increase of over 1000% in the number of cases.

Megan Guerrero

Megan is a mother of four and the wife of a diplomat. Her family has served in the Foreign Service since 2015, with assignments in Amman, Jordan; Doha, Qatar; and currently Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Megan has worked as a volunteer in those communities with the BSA Cub Scouts and the embassy Community Liaison Office. She served two years as the head of the children’s organization for her church in the Middle East region (Jordan and Egypt), and is currently head of a youth organization for teen girls in her church in Rio. With a degree in communications, Megan also works as an independent consultant for small businesses and runs a lifestyle blog when she’s not fighting for the rights of federal workers. She has spent the last 2 years homeschooling her 4 kids and educating and empowering other parents to fight against mandates within the public school system.

Joshua J. Hamilton
Board Member

Joshua is an Electronics/Engineering technician and has served with the Department of Defense since 2009. Joshua performed life cycle engineering tests and evaluation at NAWCWD China Lake for the first nine years of his civil service career, leading a team in the Fuze Assessment and Components Branch. Josh then transferred in 2018 to NAVSEA Port Hueneme where he traveled extensively coordinating systems installations on littoral combat ships. In 2020 he joined his current role as an electronics technician building and inspecting Tomahawk weapon systems.