US Marines Win Class Protection from Shot Mandate

NC Renegades

The U.S. District Court of Florida has provided class action relief and granted a classwide preliminary injunction from the unlawful federal COVID shot mandate on behalf of those who are in active or reserve service in the United States Marine Corps. Liberty Counsel sued Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and pursued this class action relief on behalf of all U.S. Marines who were denied religious accommodations from the COVID shots which are associated with aborted fetal cells.

U.S District Court Judge Steven Merryday has now issued the following injunction against the Department of Defense and the U.S. Marine Corps:

“The defendants are PRELIMINARILY ENJOINED (1) from enforcing against a member of the class any order, requirement, or rule to accept COVID-19 vaccination, (2) from separating or discharging from the Marine Corps a member of the class who declines COVID-19 vaccination, and (3) from retaliating against a member of the class for the member’s asserting statutory rights under RFRA [Religious Freedom Restoration Act].”

The class includes:

“All persons on active duty or in the ready reserve (1) who serve under the command of the Marine Corps, (2) who were affirmed by a chaplain as harboring a sincere religious objection, (3) who timely submitted an initial request for a religious accommodation, (4) who were denied the initial request, (5) who timely appealed the denial of the initial request, and (6) who were denied or will be denied after appeal.”



2 thoughts on “US Marines Win Class Protection from Shot Mandate

  1. This lawsuit should include ALL who object to having an FDA emergency authorized use toxic poison immune system destroyer injected into their body. That’s fine to say that this covers those with a religious objection, but everyone who has an objection to that “vaccine” mess should be covered as well. All of this is insanity.


  2. I agree totally, Shelby. For some reason the courts (here in New Zealand as well as the US) are willing to support religious freedom but not the right to bodily autonomy. So that’s what the lawyers are going for. The NZ police won the only court victory here over their mandate (that all NZ police be vaccinated or lose their job) because they argued the vaccine went against their religious beliefs. Other groups used the Human Rights Act and the Nuremberg Code guaranteeing a person’s right to refuse experimental treatment and the courts ruled the government’s Health Emergency Act trumped the Bill of Rights. We have no constitution here, so the Bill of Rights simply only has the status of a law – which the Parliament can change any time they feel like it.


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