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Justice Amy Barrett denies appeal from
Indiana University students fighting
COVID-19 vaccine mandate

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Posted By: Hermoine, 8/13/2021 7:40:49 AM

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett denied an appeal from students at Indiana University to block the school’s vaccine mandate. Barrett, who has jurisdiction over the appeals court involved in the case, denied the students request for an injunction against Indiana University’s vaccine mandate on her own without consulting other colleagues on the court and without hearing from the school.


Extremely disappointing...still trying to get the knife out of my back. Oh, and it doesn't say WHY she denied it, she just denied it w/o consulting others on the court.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: cor-vet 8/13/2021 7:45:46 AM (No. 877194)
I'm confused. Is a mandate a law, or just a rule someone wants you to follow? Can it be enforced in court?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: IowaDad 8/13/2021 7:50:30 AM (No. 877199)
Easy. If you don't want to take a vaccine, don't go to Indiana University. If you want to be kept safer by being surrounded only by people who have been vaccinated, do go to Indiana University
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Reply 3 - Posted by: frew 8/13/2021 8:01:22 AM (No. 877209)
Barrett can't go along with just any deluded notion of the law that comes into our heads. There was never a chance that any justice would rule in the students' favor. Schools have been mandating vaccines and other health requirements since forever. It is within their authority.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Namma 8/13/2021 8:04:52 AM (No. 877212)
Don’t want the jab. Don’t go to Indiana university. Unless you want to get the jab and join the people who have the jab that are spreading the coved. Along with the illegals
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Reply 5 - Posted by: dolphin 8/13/2021 8:33:14 AM (No. 877239)
It would be a good idea if nobody went to or worked at Indiana University. Nobody has to, do they? If enough people go away, IU will, too. I don't think it was a bad ruling.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: chillijilli 8/13/2021 8:39:30 AM (No. 877242)
The biggest mistake was filing an appeal in the first place. We seem to cling to the outdated notion that law, order, logic, and reason will prevail---but it won't. We are living at a time when those in power can pick and choose which laws to enforce. Well, if they can do that, so can we. Forget the appeal. What would happen if you lost your card or you no longer identify with the handwritten name on your card or you don't speak the language or or or or.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: jhpeters2 8/13/2021 8:44:37 AM (No. 877246)
It is a tough personal call for some of the students at Indiana. Two or three years in on their major and they now have to make a serious gut check - get the jab and have the possibilities of life long health issues, or stop their progress with no easy alternative to completing their major. Probably most people have never seen the dedication those students in serious majors have to have to complete their education. The tougher the major, the tougher the student. I'm not talking about any major that is not STEM.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: udanja99 8/13/2021 9:00:39 AM (No. 877263)
No way would I get the jab. I would leave and attend vocational tech instead. Plumbers, etc, make good money. When sewage is pouring into your basemen, you don’t call a gender studies graduate. How much does a plumber charge just to put his big toe inside your front door?
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Reply 9 - Posted by: bigfatslob 8/13/2021 9:14:50 AM (No. 877277)
For all the students majoring in African studies with minors in glass blowing get the jab, wear your mask and continue. For others find another 'communist indoctrination center' to attend that doesn't require you to get poisoned at their request.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Lake Dweller 8/13/2021 9:23:14 AM (No. 877289)
Sadly it looks like Amy Barrett was a complete fraud. Shame on her. As to those forcing young people to get this Mengele -type gene altering experiment, you are guilty of CHILD ABUSE.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Jethro bo 8/13/2021 9:27:15 AM (No. 877298)
Supreme Court Just-Us Amy Coney Barrett is a proud sponsor of the new Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: smokincol 8/13/2021 9:47:37 AM (No. 877323)
this should never have gone to the Supreme Court and when does a university have the authority to dictate to anyone what that person does with their health condition?, especially when there are tens of thousands of people already vaccinated and more are being vaccinated each day? the sheeple will follow whatever the prevailing dictates of the regime in D.C. issue but the people who don't, deserve the same protection under our Rule of law as every citizen does.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: mc squared 8/13/2021 9:53:56 AM (No. 877329)
Regardless of opinion of her decision, is it moral and ethical to allow a single person to issue draconian decisions without discourse? Why do we need congressional lawmakers and other representatives then.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: MDConservative 8/13/2021 10:08:58 AM (No. 877351)
We demand "originalist" jurists and complain when they follow the Constitution. The University has every right to demand vaccination; students, faculty and staff have every right to refuse. There are consequences on both sides, but there are always consequences. Choice. That's what the Constitution stood for originally. Go lean on the governor and legislature, Hoosiers.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DCGIRL 8/13/2021 10:24:03 AM (No. 877368)
What a huge mistake she was.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: privateer 8/13/2021 10:42:25 AM (No. 877397)
IU, with one of the largest music departments, and one of the best opera programs, will be presenting only one opera this season: Verdi's 'Un Ballo in Maschera'
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Redstate 8/13/2021 11:09:56 AM (No. 877434)
When a suit reaches the appeals level, the record is set. The USSC was asked to overrule the appeals court's agreement with the lower court's decision not to issue an emergency stay on the University's mandate. To overturn a lower court's judgment there needs to be a reason .... a legal error in how the case was decided. There wasn't one. As cited by the appeals court, the USSC has a long-standing decision that vaccines are a State issue, not a Federal issue. No legal error was made by the lower court. The plaintiffs are free to expand and/or amend their suit and return to the courts. Instead of whipping up anti-Barrett hysteria, perhaps cooler heads can help the plaintiff's attorneys with their next legal step.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: TarAndFeathers 8/13/2021 11:13:58 AM (No. 877437)
There exists no substance more firmly addictive than unquestioned authority.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: velirotta 8/13/2021 11:14:28 AM (No. 877438)
Well, "Justice" Amy bunny-rabbit Barrett is at it again. How does it happen that so-called conservative justices appointed recently seem to turn out like mayonnaise?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Redstate 8/13/2021 11:54:18 AM (No. 877470)
How is it conservatives are always clamoring for constitutionalist judges --- but get all upset when one doesn't expand the scope of a suit brought before the court and write the laws they want written??
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Reply 21 - Posted by: jfodoch 8/13/2021 11:58:17 AM (No. 877472)
Is President Trump taking any responsibility at all for the disaster his totally horrible picks and choices are visiting upon us ? I thought his experience as a very successful businessman would have better-prepared him for the hell that has been his political life for the past six years.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Surroundedbyblue 8/13/2021 12:18:39 PM (No. 877494)
Why have so few of Trump’s picks been good ones? Pompeo for sure, but the rest, anti-American thugs.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: JackBurton 8/13/2021 2:07:34 PM (No. 877665)
Were I a student told that I had to have the vax, I would get a lawyer to draft an agreement stating that I was only getting the vax to attend college and the college assumed all legal and financial liability for any side effects or damages I had as a result of getting the vax. Or it gave me the freedom to attend without it. BTW... where the heck is the test for anti-bodies... which are better than the vax and should eliminate the need for it????
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Reply 24 - Posted by: danu 8/13/2021 3:34:01 PM (No. 877746)
Robesitis kills.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Mushroom 8/13/2021 4:06:38 PM (No. 877761)
#7 IU in Bloomington produces nothing but leftists and useless degrees. In the Indiana State system you need to go to Perdue for something that justifies your money. In IU, the entire rural county is a wasteland.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 8/13/2021 6:02:36 PM (No. 877858)
Hey, it’s Indiana folks! If this had been “America’s University” THE University of Iowa…hugely bad news! But, Indiana? Pffft!
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Reply 27 - Posted by: stablemoney 8/13/2021 6:31:47 PM (No. 877904)
Thanks for nothing, Amy. I hope you decide to retire soon.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Come And Take It 8/13/2021 6:36:27 PM (No. 877909)
Because, #22, McConnell fed most of those picks to Trump.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: rochow 8/13/2021 7:12:18 PM (No. 877935)
Can't stand the arrogant @itch. She will turn out to be a real lefty and a good Rino!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: MickTurn 8/13/2021 10:36:42 PM (No. 878123)
The unwritten story is that the Degree you get from this Marxist Institution is worthless...unless you want to be a Dog Torturer for Dr. Fakie!
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Reply 31 - Posted by: mifla 8/14/2021 5:46:28 AM (No. 878306)
Biggest Supreme Court Disappointment: 1) Roberts 2) Kavanaugh 3) Barrett 4) All of the above
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