On November 30th, a Louisiana U.S. District Court judge issued an injunction that has halted the Biden administration from being able to impose their mandate on healthcare workers to have the COVID jab forced upon them.
In Judge Terry Doughty’s ruling on the matter, he pointed out the irrational reasoning behind the mandated jab due to there being “boosters” that are recommended “six months after” having gone through the initial shot schedule.
“If boosters are needed six months after being ‘fully vaccinated,’ then how good are the COVID-19 vaccines, and why is it necessary to mandate them?”
It has been well-documented that the COVID shots do not stop the spread of the virus, nor have they performed well at combatting the Delta variant – a variant that was discovered in December of 2020 prior to the widespread availability of the COVID jabs.
Judge Doughty’s ruling examined this reality as well, writing “In other words, even if you are fully vaccinated, you still may become infected with the COVID-19 virus.”
Overall, Judge Doughty ruled that based upon the number of people who’ve already been infected with COVID – thus, developing “some form of natural immunity” – alongside the fact that those who’ve gotten their COVID shots can and are getting new infections and spreading the virus, he ruled that mandate the jab makes “no sense.”
“Although CMS spent pages and pages attempting to explain the need for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines, when infection and hospitalizations rates are dropping, millions of people have already been infected, developing some form of natural immunity, and when people who have been fully vaccinated still become infected, mandatory vaccines as the only method of prevention make no sense.”
The ruling by Judge Doughty came on the heels of a similar ruling made by Missouri U.S. District Judge Matthew Schelp. However, in Judge Schelp’s ruling, the stay against the Biden administration’s mandated jab for healthcare workers only halted the enf…