Federal Judge Denies Natural Immunity Exemption

(RoyalPatriot.com )- Did you know that natural immunity is taken into consideration in Europe when it comes to vaccine mandates? The United Kingdom, for instance, considers people who have already suffered and beaten a COVID-19 infection to be immune from the disease, but for some reason here in the United States, natural immunity is being completely ignored in favor of forcing everybody to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

The vaccine that doesn’t actually stop you from getting infected…

A recent request to block a vaccine mandate implemented by Michigan State University based on natural immunity has just been denied by a federal judge – proving just how far behind the United States is from the rest of the world.

What is the end goal here?

University employee Jeanna Norris sued the university over the mandate, citing the fact that she has already recovered from the virus and now has antibodies to protect her from future infection. However, the university mandate said that all members of staff or students must receive the vaccine or face expulsion or termination – unless you have a medical or religious exemption.

Norris’ suit was dismissed by United States District Judge Paul Maloney who claimed that the mandate doesn’t violate her rights. Maloney used a 1905 Supreme Court case, Jacobson v. Massachusetts, to argue that the university implemented the vaccine mandate for the “rational” purpose of “protecting the public health and public safety.” He said that the court cannot ignore the binding precedent.

It’s quite possible that the judge didn’t agree with the mandate, but recognized precedent supports it. But who knows?

Norris, however, is not giving up. Representatives of the university employee (presumably now a former employee) told the Washington Times that she is exploring alternative legal avenues.

“Ms. Norris courageously brought this lawsuit to vindicate the constitutional rights of individuals with naturally acquired immunity to COVID-19 who are subject to irrational vaccine mandates. While we are disappointed by today’s order, we are committed to fighting for the rights of COVID-recovered Americans to decline a medically unnecessary vaccine without having to sacrifice their livelihoods,” a lawyer from the New Civil Liberties Alliance – which represents Norris – confirmed.