Supreme Court Declines to Stop Maine’s Vax Mandate for Healthcare Workers

You don’t have any rights.

You probably need to come to terms with that.

Washington Examiner:

The Supreme Court declined on Tuesday to hear an emergency appeal of Maine’s vaccine requirement for healthcare workers.

Justice Stephen Breyer, an Obama appointee who oversees the 1st Circuit and has the discretion to address emergency applications there, rejected the emergency appeal.

However, Breyer did allow those who oppose the order to try again before the state’s mandate goes into effect on Oct. 29, according to the Associated Press.

The vaccine mandate was announced by Gov. Janet Mills on Oct. 1, requiring all hospital and nursing home workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk losing their jobs.

Opponents of the mandate filed an emergency appeal on Oct. 15 to the Supreme Court, hours after the U.S. 1st Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston denied a request to stop the mandate from taking effect.

The plaintiffs are represented by the Liberty Counsel, which filed the lawsuit in federal court in Maine in August, claiming to represent over 2,000 healthcare workers who are against being forced to vaccinate against COVID-19.

Basically, there is no chance that if you are a pureblood, you’re going to keep your job indefinitely.

Although it doesn’t really matter, because the economy is going to collapse and you’re not going to have a job anyway.

But you should fight.

Try to keep your job as long as you can, and force them to fire you.