Mandates are unjust and unethical. What we’ve seen is a massive flood of corporations, political entities, and communities attempting to impose mask or vaccine mandates. The interesting observation is the time frame.
If you have a virus that’s spreading so rapidly and so deadly that you have to set a date for vaccination, is it that dangerous in the first place? If you decided to make your employees wear masks, doing it would stop the spread of Covid-19, or at least you would think so.
Philadelphia has discovered that masks aren’t as effective as they thought, but instead of ditching the effort, they doubled down literally.
Philadelphia says it’s going to mandate city employees will have to wear two masks instead of one if they aren’t vaccinated. Scientific data suggests that one mask is useless against Covid-19 and inhibits your breathing ability, and two would restrict breathing even more. Talk about cruel and unusual punishment. Philadelphia described two masks as “a cloth mask over a disposable or surgical mask.”
Philadelphia also stated that unless they have a religious or medical exception, all healthcare and university workers and students would be obliged to be vaccinated. They said they would have to be tested twice per week using a PCR or antigen test, even with an exception.
When will the best interest of the individual have more weight against the government?
Adamsleclair.law says, “Whether an employer may require or mandate COVID-19 vaccination is a matter of state or other applicable law. Suppose an employer requires employees to provide proof that they have received a COVID-19 vaccination from a pharmacy or their own healthcare provider. In that case, the employer cannot mandate that the employee provide any medical information as part of the proof.”
Many court cases are underway that call into question the employer’s right to mandate the Covid-19 vaccine. Under 21 US Code, it states that emergency use of authorized medical products are optional, saying, “of the option to accept or refuse administration of the product, of the consequences, if any, of refusing administration of the product, and of the alternatives to the product that is available and of their benefits and risks.”
No court could rule on these cases, but sometime soon, they will. It’s crucial that we get this out of the way and either slap down the mandates or get a strong appeal together.
Federal courts have upheld the Constitution, particularly the second amendment. Hopefully, there will be repercussions for the federal, state, and local governments who are firing people without cause.
Medical workers have been hit the hardest. Imagine working frontline through the pandemic while caring for Covid-19 positive patients and being fired for not taking the Covid-19 vaccine. It’s not ethically or morally right for many reasons. There’s no great explanation for why this is happening, but again, if the Covid-19 pandemic were as bad as everyone says it is, they would be desperately trying to keep their medical staff.