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Still, they were initially careful with their wording and did not say the women were fired.
“There was a choice, you chose not to take the vaccine,” a man, who identifies himself as head of security, is heard saying.
“So then fire us,” the women demand, asking for a termination letter in exchange for her badge.
Eventually, they are told that they have been fired and both agree to leave.
Henning Jacobson, a 50-year-old minister, put his faith in his own liberty. Back in his native Sweden, he had suffered a bad reaction to a vaccine as an infant, struggling for years with an angry rash. Now he was an American citizen, serving as pastor of the Swedish Lutheran Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. That gave him the full protections of the U.S. Constitution.
So when the Cambridge board of health decided that all adults must be vaccinated for smallpox, Jacobson sought refuge in the Constitution’s promise that no state shall “deprive any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law.”
The year was 1904, and when his politically charged legal challenge to the $5 fine for failing to get vaccinated made its way to the Supreme Court, the justices had a surprise for Rev. Jacobson. One man’s liberty, they declared in a 7-2 ruling handed down the following February, cannot deprive his neighbors of their own liberty — in this case by allowing the spread of disease. Jacobson, they ruled, must abide by the order of the Cambridge board of health or pay the penalty.
cannot deprive his neighbors of their own liberty
One man’s liberty, they declared in a 7-2 ruling handed down the following February, cannot deprive his neighbors of their own liberty — in this case by allowing the spread of disease.
a reply to: TheMirrorSelf
Well, to state the obvious....it's begun. For those of you with a faithful view, this is exactly what was described as the Mark of the Beast.
originally posted by: tamusan
a reply to: queenofswords
It may not be too long before we find out what the current supreme court has to say. Some folks form Oregon are challenging our state mandate in federal court. There must be other federal cases coming from other states.
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
I hope they can win their lawsuits but I doubt it. You may have noticed how accountability seems like a passe notion lately. It begins with government and has spread to big pharma. Due to the covid "emergency" they will likely extend the same immunity to all businesses going along with Biden's mandates.
originally posted by: MiddleInsite