The roughly 280,000 teachers, staff and volunteers who are part of the Head Start Program will no longer have to get “vaccinated” for the Fauci Flu (covid) or wear a face mask at school, a federal judge has ruled.
Last December, teacher Sandy Brick filed a lawsuit in federal court in Louisiana to stop the mandates. She was represented by the national law firm Liberty Justice Center and the Louisiana-based Pelican Institute for Public Policy.
The judge in the case, U.S. District Court Judge Terry A. Doughty, decided that the federal government cannot require Head Start Program teachers, staff and volunteers to permanently alter their DNA while blocking their breathing holes – but what about school children?
The ruling only seems to apply to adults in a school setting and not kids, which is disappointing, but the nature of this particular case addresses only Head Start Program participants. (Related: Last year, a Pennsylvania court threw out a mask mandate that had been oppressing school children.)
“Although President [sic] Biden recently declared that the ‘pandemic is over,’ the fight to restore Americans’ individual liberties is not,” said Daniel Suhr, managing attorney at the Liberty Justice Center.
“We will continue to fight for teachers like Sandy and the low-income students they serve until every illegal and unjustified mandate is wiped from the books. Today’s decision is a significant step toward undoing the injustice perpetrated against everyday Americans throughout the COVID-19 crisis.”
The Head Start Program, in case you are unfamiliar with it, provides school readiness support for young children up to the age of five who come from families at or below the federal poverty level.
Head Start agencies can be either local and hold non-profit status, or function as government providers, the latter of which receive funding directly from the federal government.
With that funding came stipulations, in this case being that all adult participants must roll up their sleeves for an experimental chemical injection and wear a disease veil over their mouth and nose while on the job.
These stipulations were officially implemented on Nov. 30, 2021, when the Office of Head Start under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published an “interim final rule.”
That rule forced all teachers, staff and volunteers at Head Start to show proof of jabbing by Jan. 31, 2022, or else face losing their jobs. It also imposed a universal mask mandate for all adults and children over two years of age.
“The public interest is served by maintaining the constitutional structure and maintaining the liberty of individuals who do not want to take the COVID-19 vaccine,” Judge Doughty wrote in his decision.
“This interest outweighs Agency Defendants’ interests. The public has a liberty interest in not being required to take a vaccine or be fired from their jobs. The public interest must be taken into account before allowing Agency Defendants to mandate vaccines. Although vaccines arguably serve the public interest, the liberty interests of individuals mandated to take the COVID-19 vaccine outweigh any interest generated by the mandatory administration of vaccines.”
It remains to be seen if the federal government will challenge this ruling with an appeal to the Western District ruling in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the same court that blocked the government’s jab mandate for private businesses.
“Louisiana teacher Sandy Brick has been serving her students through adversity and uncertainty the last two years,” said Sarah Harbison, general counsel at the Pelican Institute for Public Policy.
“Today, this decision vindicates her right to teach without sacrificing her freedom.”
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