Members of the Navy SEALs have won a temporary halt to Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate in a federal court on Monday.
A federal judge, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor, agreed with 35 Navy SEALs to temporarily halt Biden’s vax mandate as their case against the Navy proceeds through the court system, the Fort Worth Telegram reported.
The SEALs have applied for religious exemptions to the vax mandate, but the Navy has simply refused every single application without consideration.
O’Connor wrote that “the loss of religious liberties outweighs any forthcoming harm to the Navy.”
“The Navy service members in this case seek to vindicate the very freedoms they have sacrificed so much to protect,” O’Connor added. “The COVID-19 pandemic provides the government no license to abrogate those freedoms. There is no COVID-19 exception to the First Amendment. There is no military exclusion from our Constitution.”
Many who oppose coronavirus vaccines are against them because human fetal cells are reportedly part of the ingredients.
The Biden administration has summarily denied all applications for religious exemptions, clearly proving that Biden does not believe in religious freedom at all.
The administration pledged to continue its legal fight to deny all Americans — especially members of the military — their religious rights.
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