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U.S. Supreme Court Gives Biden Regime Temporary Win in Navy COVID-19 Jab Mandate Case


The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday gave the Biden regime a temporary victory to allow the Navy to determine what to do with SEALs who sued after rejecting the COVID-19 jabs for religious reasons.

While the lawsuits continue making their way through the legal system, the Supreme Court’s decision gives the White House temporary relief.

Conservative justices Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch dissented.

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AP reported:

The Supreme Court is giving the Navy a freer hand determining what job assignments it gives to 35 sailors who sued after refusing on religious grounds to comply with an order to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

The high court in a brief order Friday sided with the Biden administration and said that while the lawsuit plays out, the Navy may consider the sailors’ vaccination status in making deployment, assignment and other operational decisions. The group that sued includes mostly Navy SEALs.

Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote that there was a “simple overarching reason” that he agreed with the court’s decision. The Constitution makes the president, “not any federal judge,” the commander in chief of the armed forces, he wrote, noting that courts have been traditionally “reluctant to intrude upon the authority of the Executive in military and national security affairs.”

Alito wrote that his colleagues were “rubberstamping the Government’s request.”

“These individuals appear to have been treated shabbily by the Navy, and the Court brushes all that aside,” Alito wrote.

Read the court decision HERE.


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