The lawsuit accuses Gov. David Ige, HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, and other named defendants of ‘callousness’ for mandating the experimental shot, as well as ‘deliberate indifference to clearly established constitutional and statutory rights.’
‘Today’s ruling protects patients, aligns with current medical research, and ensures doctors aren’t forced to violate their religious beliefs and medical judgment--a victory for common-sense, conscience, and sound medicine,’ said Luke Goodrich, senior counsel for the Becket Fund.
‘We now know, if there was ever any doubt, that Biden and Becerra’s first loyalty is not to their proclaimed Catholic faith or to the law, but to abortion, abortion, and more abortion,’ former Trump civil rights official Roger Severino said.
Months before the White House announced a door-knocking blitz to push coronavirus vaccines on Americans, many state and local governments and leftist non-profits already had pro-injection door-knocking operations in place — sometimes involving the U.S. military.
The prospect of a representative of the federal government going straight to private citizens’ homes to urge them to make a specific medical decision sparked a swift backlash, with many framing the plan as intrusive and coercive.