There are two different issues here Glennn.
1. Is that people have the right to refuse medical treatment that they don't want (for whatever reason) and shouldn't be penalized for doing so.
2. The crazy conspiracy theories you are spreading.
I support you for #1 (although it is a difficult balancing act). Forcing people to get a medical treatment is a problem, and even penalizing them (prohibiting them from public spaces) is uncomfortable.
Clearly there is a balance here.... but I support in principle the right of people to say they don't want the vaccine.
I don't support you for #2. Clearly the vaccine is significantly reducing the spread of the virus, the evidence is undeniable (unless you propose a grand conspiracy theory to inject microchips for the lizard people).
I support your right to refuse the vaccine even though I think your belief system is completely nuts. If you actually want to gain public support, I suggest that you focus heavily on point #1 and lay off the ridiculous conspiracy theories.