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School Religious Exemption Appeal Filed With U.S. Supreme Court

• - Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH

Does vaccine ideology trump ones ethical and religious directives based upon firmly held religious beliefs or those of the church? We may find out with this recent US Supreme Court Filing. Brian Festa, Esq., Vice-President & Co-Founder of We the Patriots USA, Inc, is the attorney of record on this case at SCOTUS. This is what We the Patriots USA, who is also the lead plaintiff, said about the case:

"In April of 2021, within hours of Connecticut's religious exemption repeal bill being signed into law by Governor Lamont, we stood on the steps of the Connecticut Supreme Court and promised to take this case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary. Today, we have kept that promise. If we are victorious, the decision could restore religious freedom not only for families in Connecticut, but in other states where it's been lost, including California, New York, and Maine."

Attorney Cameron Atkinson, lead counsel in the lawsuit, also issued a statement on Monday: "Today, we ask the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the unthinkable: statewide vaccination mandates that do not provide religious exemptions. While today's case focuses on school vaccination mandates, it asks the Court to protect the religious liberty of every American – whether they are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, etc. – to refuse vaccinations that violate their consciences. That religious liberty starts with our children and their right to attend school without abandoning their faith. If the Supreme Court declines to hear this case or says the lower courts got it right, religious liberty will perish in the United States, and the three strong mothers of faith and their children will become second class citizens in our society because of their faith."

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