Members of the military are complaining about Biden, but there appears to be a strong legal mandate for the vaccine. Representative and four other federal employees or contractors. The lawsuit alleges that "serial killers sentenced to death are more respected than citizens" who are required to be vaccinated.
"There is perhaps no greater rape than the fundamental right to forcibly inject a foreign substance into an American citizen." Lawsuits "The rights of our country's most heinous serial killers are being respected more than ever - and often, even while they are in office."
The case in the case cited Biden and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin as defendants, claiming that "the president's disrespect for office and disregard for the laws of the nation compelled him to do so." This claim has persisted:
as long as the elected officials of our nation are zealous to their satisfaction, upholding and defending the Constitution and upholding the values upon which this nation was built upon them to neglect. The unsustainable commander-in-chief, our nation has suffered, and is still very vague — with more power, more poverty.
This is based on Executive Orders 14042 and 14043 (together, the “Executive Orders”) issued by President Biden in September 9, 2021, and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's order ("Department of Defense Order") (collectively, "Vaccine Prescriptions") and the illegal, manipulative, coercive, and deceptive methods of the defendants to facilitate mass vaccination of all active service personnel, federal contractors, and federal employees. p>
The complaint's errors were filed in US District Court for the District of Columbia Sept. 23. The plaintiffs named Air Force Captain and Greg Castin of Georgia; Florida Air Force Resident Nathaniel Steele, US Border Patrol officer, and Bogdan Matuszinski, senior policy officer Rajya, California State Department, Daniel Jackson, Florida resident, and Lionel Klein, New York-based intelligence officer. government contractors, including 3M employee and New York resident Zachary Amigon; Thomas Handyside is from Medline Industries, who lives in Illinois. And Tanya Morita, a California-based emergency medical technician, is a loyal source. Biden's propaganda is "easily within the president's authority"
US states have more power to take public health measures than the federal government, but Biden's command is about his power, according to Lawrence Justin, Georgetown Professor of Law, director of the O'Neill Institute of Health Law national and global. “While states have general authority to protect people's health, the powers of the federal government are limited,” Justin said in an article in Bloomberg Law, adding that Biden's law under those powers is legal. “The president is using his executive power to order vaccinations for the federal workforce,” Justin said. It uses its purchasing power through Medicaid and Medicare to secure vaccine prescriptions in health care settings. The Occupational Health and Safety Act is used to vaccinate 100 or more employees in all occupations. All this is easily in the hands of the president. Justin explained that a record-breaking court ruling in Jacobson v. Massachusetts helped Indiana University defend its vaccine against student complaints. A federal appeals court ruled in August 2021: The state may require all people to be vaccinated against smallpox, noting that Jacobson is not bound by federal law but that Biden's request is legal anyway. MEDICINE AND COSMETICS ALLOWS FOOD AND MEDICINE The government issues an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for vaccines and other medicinal products under certain emergency conditions. “Vaccination is not restricted to vaccines under EUAs.” While COVID vaccines are given under EUAs, the FDA fully approved Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 in August.
She faces her own schedule to order immunizations for US health care workers. Weekly tests for employees of private companies with at least 100 employees. Republican lawmakers from 24 states claimed the ruling was illegal and "threatened to release individuals" and threatened to sue if the government did not change course. Mark Birnovich of Arizona AG sued Biden to block vaccine rules. Complaints
Prosecutors protest on religious or medical grounds
Complaints from Air Force personnel and other federal employees allege that "the United States Constitution and various federal laws prohibit coercion of individuals." to be vaccinated. The complainants cite various reasons for not using the COVID-19 vaccine, some objecting to religious reasons, others immune to Covid infection or other reasons "medically exempt" from vaccination. Its federal employees, with only exceptions required by law. “Separate Executive Order and Guidance for Federal Contractors. The Department of Defense’s mandatory vaccination order was issued about two weeks before Biden and includes “all members of the Defense Department armed forces on active or reserve duty, including the National Guard.” There is a temporary exemption for service members who actively participate in COVID-19 clinical trials to prevent the results of these trials from being invalidated.
The lawsuit seeks to completely repeal the vaccine orders, or at least order Biden and the Department of Defense “to establish an objective standard and procedure by which plaintiffs, other service members, federal employees, and contractors can . “Federal authorities can quickly offer their religious or medical exemptions and can do so without fear or receiving unfair or unlawful denial.
Ask the agency to provide appropriate accommodation for employees to inform the agency that they were not vaccinated because of a Covid-19 disability, or because of sincere religious belief, practice or observance. It should include such things as the basis for the claim; and the nature of the employee's job responsibilities and the effects that could reasonably be expected on the Agency's operations, including the protection of other Agency employees and the public from COVID-19."
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