by Sharon Rondeau

(Aug. 1, 2022) – A case challenging the status of COVID-19 injectable products as “vaccines” remains active on PACER as of Monday morning.

The lawsuit, filed by Dr. Devan Griner of Utah, claims that mandating Covid-19 “vaccines” violates Griner’s and others’ right to refuse medical treatment, having classified the injectable products as such rather than actual inoculations which prevent the contracting of a disease.

Refusal of medical treatment is “a fundamental human right,” the lawsuit states on page 5.

The defendants claim Griner has not suffered harm as a result of the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) mandate that any institution receiving Medicaid or Medicare funding must see that its employees receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

Since our last update on July 19, both Griner and the defendants, Biden, et al., have filed motions, with the latest approving a motion for admission pro hac vice from an attorney for Griner, meaning he has an out-of-state law license but is applying for permission to represent a party to the case.

Judge Dale A. Kimball, who heard argument on July 6 in an open forum, signed the order July 28, the docket states.

The website prosecutenow, which supports the lawsuit, has posted a transcript of the July 6 proceedings.

On that day, plaintiff’s attorney George P. Wentz argued that rather than Kimball having to “become a policy maker,” “The Court could also just watch the news where everyday [sic] someone like Dr. Fauci or the President or the Queen of England, who is fully vaccinated comes down with the virus” (pp. 27-28).

At the time, NIAID Director Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, who reportedly received two “vaccinations” followed by two “boosters,” had contracted COVID. After taking the Pfizer anti-viral and CDC-approved, under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), Paxlovid, Fauci experienced a “rebound” case and altogether was apparently ill for several weeks.

On July 21, Biden was announced as having tested “positive” for COVID after taking the same regimen of shots, and he, too, was treated with Paxlovid, testing “negative” for several days thereafter. However, on Saturday, the White House announced he had again tested “positive” for the virus and will remain in isolation for five days.

Queen Elizabeth II of England experienced a case of COVID in April after receiving at least two routine shots, which at the time was considered “fully vaccinated.”

According to the CDC at this writing, “COVID-19 vaccines available in the United States are effective at protecting people from getting seriously ill, being hospitalized, and even dying — especially people who are boosted.”

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