The Supreme Court of the United States has upheld the vaccine mandate in NY for health care employees that denies those people of their 1st Amendment right to get a religious exemption from the coronavirus vaccine.
The vaccine mandate was accepted by a 6-3 margin, with Justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito dissenting. Trump-appointed Justices Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh joined the liberals to rule for the vaccine mandates.
“Six weeks ago, this high court refused to give relief in the case involving Maine’s health employees. Today, the Court repeats this mistake by turning back NY’s nurses and doctors,” Gorsuch said within his dissent.
“We do this all even though the state’s current executive decree clearly disrupts the free practice of religion — and does this seemingly based on nothing but anger and fear at people who have unpopular religious beliefs,” he said.
“We allow this state to force the dismissal of many thousands of medical employees — the very same people in New York that the state has praised and depended on for their service on covid’s front lines over the past 21 months. To add even more insult to injury, we allow this state to deny those people’s unemployment benefits as well,” Gorsuch said. “One can just hope today’s decision will not be the ending chapter in this terrible story.”
We have reported on the huge human cost of coronavirus vaccine mandates:
“Jessica Berg Wilson from Seattle died shortly after being forced to get the experimental COVID-19 jab, and her obituary says that the “vaccine mandates” forced by “state and local government” helped to cause her death.”
“Jessica was a very vibrant and healthy 37-year-old mom with no health problems,” Wilson’s obituary says, noting that she passed away on September 7 of “Vaccine-Induced Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia.”
“During the final weeks of life, the world went dark with strict and heavy-handed mandates. State and local governments were focused on stripping away her rights and freedoms. She was vehemently opposed to taking this vaccine, knowing she was of a young age and did not risk serious illness,” the obituary says.”
Author: Steven Sinclaire
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