Tennessee Stands represents student against vaccine mandates from Middle Tennessee State University

Tennessee Stands:
by Gary Humble

We are not just going to sit down and take it.

Russell Newman, the senior litigator for Tennessee Stands, is representing a nursing student in a lawsuit against Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) for a vaccine mandate to all nursing students with a “no exceptions” policy.

We believe that first and foremost, these types of governmental mandates are unconstitutional, despite the 1905 Jacobson v Mass case that many like to cite in favor of forced vaccinations. But what makes the current predicament distinct from that case is the fact that none of these supposed “vaccines” for COVID-19 are FDA approved.  In fact, on every informational bit of material you find from any of the vaccine manufacturers, you will see the statement…

There is no FDA-approved vaccine to prevent COVID-19.

Both under the designation of HHS (federal government) and the state of Tennessee, we have been in a perpetual state of emergency and we all know why. All vaccines manufactured for COVID-19 are only approved for emergency use. So, it would stand to reason that if there was no emergency, then there could be no use of these new experimental gene therapies that we are all supposed to be so excited to take. more here

2 Comments on Tennessee Stands represents student against vaccine mandates from Middle Tennessee State University

  1. But the judges are chickenshts who are scared of what might happen to them if they rule honestly.

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