Federal judge grants Marines class action status in challenge to COVID vaccine requirement – IOTW Report

Federal judge grants Marines class action status in challenge to COVID vaccine requirement

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Afederal judge has granted class action status for U.S. Marines in their fight against Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The ruling is another blow to the Biden administration and consistent with other court rulings that have found military branches are violating federal law.

Judge Steven Merryday of the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida Tampa Division granted a classwide preliminary injunction for Marines serving in active and reserve duty who were denied religious accommodation requests from taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

Merryday preliminarily enjoined the Department of Defense from “enforcing against a member of the class any order, requirement, or rule to accept COVID-19 vaccination, … from separating or discharging from the Marine Corps a member of the class who declines COVID-19 vaccination, and … from retaliating against a member of the class for the member’s asserting statutory rights under RFRA [Religious Freedom Restoration Act].” more here


3 Comments on Federal judge grants Marines class action status in challenge to COVID vaccine requirement

  1. Seriously, no comments.

    Armchair warriors I guess.

    I would not Fuck around with the USMC and I`ve never met one.

    Cheers bastages!

  2. As one of the Marines stationed at Camp LeJeune in the early 80s I really don’t take a lot of comfort in knowing I can receive VA medical benefits if I develop pancreatic cancer or any of the other fatal diseases on their poisoned water disease list.

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  3. Here’s what Snopes says:”There are no aborted fetal cells in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. This claim spawns from a video that was released by Project Veritas …” I’ve read elsewhere that this applies to both mRNA vaccines. However both were tested using fetal cells. For example, you could argue that a TV set should be supervised for children under age, or that social networks have made people less educated (source https://paperhelp.nyc/ ). Also, I think that the J&J one was developed using fetal cells. Many other pharmaceuticals that people take frequently were tested using fetal cells.

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