posted on Sep, 28 2021 @ 09:34 PM
Body Autonomy Is Protected By The Constitution
The government cannot force you to save someone else’s life against your will.
There are no other instances in American law where the rights of one person supersede the body autonomy of someone else.
The government cannot force you to give blood or bone marrow to someone else, even to save the life of a baby. You cannot take organs from a dead
person without their express prior consent, no matter how many lives it might save to do so.
Body autonomy is a critical component of the right to privacy protected by the Constitution, as decided in Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), McFall v.
Shimp (1978), and of course Roe v. Wade (1973).
The case, McFall v. Shimp (1978), ruled that a person could not be legally compelled to participate in medical treatment to save another person's
Here is a great write up from the Harvard Law Review.
It’s a great read. Another great read is this site:
What these cases basically say is you can’t be legally obligated to accept a medical treatment to possibly save someone else’s life. So the Biden
vaccine mandate IMO make the argument that’s it’s about saving other peoples lives. It’s not about your freedom. But the SCOTUS has ruled 3
times 70 years after Jacobson that you can’t force someone to take a medical treatment to possibly save another persons life.
It’s pretty cut and dry. Biden’s vaccine mandates are unconstitutional per precedent and 3 SCOTUS CASES after Jacobson.