Religious liberty is one of the foundations of America, and part of the reason why she has been such a big success.
Corporations, statists, socialists, and liberals all hate this because it undermines their own power and often provides a complete blockade on their agendas.
The court found United Airlines to have coerced its employees into complying with the mandates by granting the exemptions, but essentially putting those same employees on unpaid leave…
Making people choose between the food which nourishes their bodies, and that which they choose to feed their souls with is squarely un-American:
No +control! Even keeping population at home,forcing us to use masks or else, +companies firing unvaccinated workers, are huge violations of our rights!United Airlines Vaccine Mandate ‘Coerced’ Employees Into ‘Violating Their Religious Convictions’: Court https://t.co/1kNnZBPIV5
— ManuelaSaenz 🙏🏽🇺🇸 ❤️🚞 rides (@Vzladream) February 19, 2022
NEWS: Federal Appeals Court: United Airlines Vaccine Mandate ‘Coerced’ Employees to ‘Violate Religious Convictions.’
ME: Yup! It's not ONLY U. Airlines! I've been screaming this from the beginning. Major lawsuits on the way. Major businesses going down. I don't feel bad for them.
— Pastor Carl Gallups (REAL ONE – carlgallups.com) (@CarlGallups) February 19, 2022
Judges Jennifer Walker Elrod and Andy Oldham’s comments appeared on NTD News:
“United has presented plaintiffs with two options: violate their religious convictions or lose all pay and benefits indefinitely.
That is an impossible choice for plaintiffs who want to remain faithful but must put food on the table. In other words, United is actively coercing employees to abandon their convictions,” Circuit Judges Jennifer Walker Elrod, a George W. Bush appointee, and Andy Oldham, a Trump appointee, wrote in the unsigned majority opinion.
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) February 19, 2022
Breitbart went on:
United Airlines is estimated to have placed around 2,000 employees who were granted religious or medical exemptions on unpaid leave for foregoing vaccination — a measure the company argued is a reasonable accommodation to its policy.
Those employees have also been stripped of their health benefits and many are the subject of a non-compete clause.