Saturday, April 2, 2022


It has taken too long but the science seems to be winning again. A Texas judge overrode the Supreme Court of the United States and told them to stuff it. This is long overdue. I think the bloom is off the rose of 'science' and scientology serving as any sort of bedrock for the courts decisions. It boils down now to the Bill of Rights and who has the Supreme Right over a person's body and conscience. It ain't Bill Gates or the frauds in our medical community.

29 Mar 2022 | By Konstantin Toropin

Fresh off of a Supreme Court decision that saw his previous vaccine-refuser injunction narrowed, a federal judge in Texas issued a new order Monday that turns the case into a class-action lawsuit and halts the Navy from discharging vaccine-refusing sailors Navy-wide.

In January, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor told the Navy that it could not discipline or discharge 35 sailors – mostly Navy SEALs – who were suing over their religious exemption denials. That order was upheld by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Yet the Supreme Court disagreed in part and ruled that, while the special operators couldn’t be discharged, the Navy was allowed to use their vaccination status to make operational and deployment decisions.

That was Friday.

In Monday’s order, O’Connor granted the SEAL’s request to broaden the case out to a class action that includes “4,095 Navy service members who have filed religious accommodation requests,” the ruling said. That request was filed in January, according to court records.

Frankly, the hysteria over the idiotic virus has peaked and now sensible people are once again being heard on the issues of life and death. The science is catching up with the vaccine makers and it isn't pretty.

I like how the new "Science" takes on the Aspect of God. He's been missing from our national Id for some time.


SCOTTtheBADGER said...

The Left hate God, because they are less powerful than he.

HMS Defiant said...

He rarely shows his hand these days and the left will believe anything evil.