The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday ruled in favor of the Biden regime and temporarily allowed the navy to decide what to do with the plaintiffs after they rejected the covid vaccine for religious reasons.
The Supreme Court has granted temporary relief to the Biden regime as seals cases go through the system.
Conservative judges Thomas, Alito and Gorsuch disagreed.
BREAKING: Beside the Biden administration, the Supreme Court blocked a lower court ruling that barred the Pentagon from considering the decision to deploy coveted vaccination status to naval seals. Thomas, Alito and Gorsuch disagree. https://t.co/w1dfsomMRZ
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The AP reports:
The Supreme Court is giving the Navy an independent hand in determining the work assigned to 35 sailors who sued COVID-19 for refusing to comply with a vaccination order for religious reasons.
The High Court in a brief order on Friday sided with the Biden administration and said that during the trial, it could consider the status of vaccinating sailors in making naval deployments, appointments and other operational decisions. Most of the parties that have sued have navy seals.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote that there was a "common excessive reason" for him to agree with the court's decision. The constitution calls the president, "no federal judge," the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, he writes, adding that courts have traditionally been "reluctant to interfere with the executive branch's authority on military and national security issues."
Three conservative judges - Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch - have stated that they do not agree with the decision of their colleagues and will be in favor of SEAL.
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