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Is there hope for religious exemptions to the ‘jab’?

Monday, February 21, 2022, 2:37 pm | Randy Thomasson

Feb. 22, 2022 update: The day after posting my “great hope” blog, I’m now wondering if the U.S. Supreme Court will indeed protect religious freedom, let alone medical freedom for all. My confusion — and angst — is because this morning SCOTUS silently turned down an appeal from medical workers in Maine, who are crying out for their First Amendment religious freedom and their 1964 Civil Rights Act religious rights. Only four votes were needed, and there were supposed to be four justices to take this case (on January 13, when the Supreme Court narrowly upheld Biden & Co.’s health worker “Covid vaccine mandate” nationwide, there were four dissenters — Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, and Amy Barrett). All I can say is that if Barrett’s looking for the “right case” and she turned down the Maine petition because it’s “not the one,” hopefully she’ll overcome perfectionism, embrace the whole constitution, and vote to hear the very next religious exemption case that petitions the nation’s high court. Because millions of health-conscious Americans — especially in “blue states” such as California — are suffering big-time from violations of their God-given liberties, constitutional rights, and 1964 Civil Rights Act guarantees! My friend Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel (it’s their case), is also bewildered by the court.

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s one-paragraph denial of a San Diego student’s religious exemption injunction request on February 18 is pregnant with great hope for conscientious Californians and Americans.

Because the court majority implied it only turned down the injunction because San Diego Unified School District board members voted February 8 to delay any “Covid vaccine” mandate upon students. Notably, the nation’s high court invited a future injunction request on a religious-freedom basis “if circumstances warrant.” Realize this order took at least 5 votes!

The Thomas More Society, which is representing the San Diego minor, wrote“We are pleased with the current posture of this case for several reasons. First, our client’s goal was to attend school in person, and play sports, without being forced to comply with an illegal vaccine mandate – and she can do that for now. Second, the Supreme Court made clear that it is watching this case and that our client can come back and seek emergency relief in the future should the need arise. Thus, our legal team will be poised and ready to seek further relief at the Supreme Court if and when SDUSD reinstates all or part of their unconstitutional vaccine mandate.”

While a constitutional majority on the 9-member Supreme Court would quickly strike down every infringement of medical freedom and religious freedom, this court led by the unreliable John Roberts wants to do things “its own way” — meaning millions of people will continue suffering from injurious medical tyranny until the “right cases” come before the court, with full briefings.

Yet a case about the religious freedom of Maine healthcare workers to refuse unwanted “Covid vaccines” could soon be accepted by the Supreme Court (it takes 4 justices to accept a case). SaveCalifornia.com currently counts 4 justices in favor of medical freedom (Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, and Amy Barrett). Therefore, it would take just one more justice — probably Brett Kavanaugh — to agree on the religious right to be exempt from vaccines, providing nationwide relief in June or sooner.

The hope of the righteous will be gladness,
But the expectation of the wicked will perish.

Proverbs 10:28

We were all in the womb once

Saturday, January 22, 2022, 8:07 am | Randy Thomasson
Same baby in the womb, then out of the womb.

Do you remember when you were born?

Of course you don’t. Newborn babies are totally vulnerable and one hundred percent dependent. Same as you were inside your mother’s womb.

We were all in the womb once, which is why we need to identify with and have compassion for every baby still in the womb. These are little human beings who are very precious to Creator God.

This month, please do something to publicly remember and cherish babies in the womb. Since the 1973 unconstitutional Roe v. Wade court opinion forcing states to legalize abortion, more than 63 million pre-born babies have been slaughtered – 63.5 million! Remember them, victims of the American holocaust.

Luke 1:44: “For indeed, as soon as the voice of your greeting sounded in my ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy.” Job 31:15: “Did not He who made me in the womb make them? Did not the same One fashion us in the womb?” 5th Amendment: “No person shall … be deprived of life … without due process of law.”
14th Amendment: “nor shall any State deprive any person of life … without due process of law.”

What SCOTUS’ ‘vaccine mandate’ ruling means for California

Friday, January 14, 2022, 8:38 am | Randy Thomasson

The January 13 rulings on “Covid vaccine mandates” by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) won’t directly help Californians, but might indirectly provide some relief.

There’s no direct relief, since the high court’s 6-3 ruling only blocked the federal OSHA “mandate” of “the jab or your job,” which had threatened, nationwide, some 10 million employees of companies with 100 or more employees.

Because this ruling only told Biden & Co. what it can’t do — not what any state or local government can’t do — the unscientific, unconstitutional tyranny of Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom will continue unabated, for now, oppressing California government employees, health care workers, schoolteachers, and threatening schoolchildren too.

However, the decision against Biden & Co.’s OSHA “jab or job” mandate could indirectly provide relief for some Californians who work for large companies, and by example, mid-sized and small businesses.

Because business owners and managers can decide to “go with” SCOTUS as their higher standard (above Biden & Co., above Dr. Fauci, above the CDC). Since there is currently no “jab or job” mandate from Newsom & Co. upon private businesses, with the exception of health care workers, SCOTUS striking down Biden’s OSHA mandate might “free up” large businesses in California, or those with a California presence, to avoid becoming their own employees’ “vaccine police.” It’s time to stand for truth — no pro-science, pro-health, pro-people business will impose a “Covid vaccine mandate”!

Now, to protect conscientious Californians from Newsom & Co.’s anti-people, injurious “mandates” of “the jab or your job,” we desperately need SCOTUS to rule in favor of medical freedom, or religious freedom, or both.

Fortunately, there are several religious exemption cases streaming toward the U.S. Supreme Court. One of them, from Maine, directly petitioned the court this week with the help of our friends at Liberty Counsel.

If and when SCOTUS takes and hears one or more of these cases, and if the court majority rules states must offer religious exemptions to vaccines, or that religious exemptions to vaccines are a right of every American adult, this would supersede, defeat, and overcome every state, city, county, school district, or corporate denial of religious-right declarations of employees and contractors. Such a heroic, constitutional ruling would also run interference against “vaccine passports,” because religious exemptions would have to be permitted everywhere.

And SCOTUS would be “supreme” over California’s Democrat rulers, just like its 2020 ruling affirming the First Amendment right of religious congregations to meet in person.

“I have come as a light into the world, that whoever believes in Me should not abide in darkness.”
Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world and God in the flesh, in John 12:46