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“…Looking at the propositions embodied in the defendant’s rejected offers of proof, it is clear that they are more formidable by their number than by their inherent value….” – Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905)
Rep. Vicky Hartzler @RepHartzler
New report: President Biden’s authoritarian overreach will target more than 3,700 Missouri small businesses, forcing their workers to receive a medical procedure or face consequences.
This is un-American.
4:18 PM · Sep 15, 2021
As usual, there is much hilarity in the responses:
The longer this pandemic goes on the longer it will affect younger and younger people. COVID must be stopped and vaccines are the current, best defense.
Over 115+ years of precedent Vick to support the vaccination of the community from the supreme court alone. General Washington ordered vaccines before that. Ben Franklin regretted not getting his son vaccinated, the precedent is there over and over again: [….]
The science is there & you know it. All of our choices are contained within a framework of rules and laws that we must abide by everyday. However, when your choice affects other lives, the community has a right to protect itself. That’s what is happening.
It’s perfectly American. There are plenty of vaccine mandates in our past.
What’s un-American is trying to convince your base it’s American to be selfish. Or to support a failed coup.
[….] you’re in a cult
Wait, you consider weekly covid screenings “consequences?”
I’d call it a benefit.
You are demented.
You prefer we get sick and die. #GOPDeathCult
That’s their plan for health care, too.
Why would they need to face the fines? Get Vaccinated or Test if you do not wish to get the vaccine.
It’s like when smoking was outlawed in bars & restaurants. Your smoke can damage my lungs. So no more. We still have bars and restaurants, this is nothing new. #GetVaccinatedNow
Un-American is your seditious ass voting to overturn an election.