Resisting against coronavirus laws

BasilSeal

Kingfisher
Catholic
Gold Member
Class-action lawsuits are "a good start", but usually do not provide any significant restitution for injured parties; the class is often very large. In this case, the 10 million dollar settlement (if approved) divided among up to 500 injured parties is only $20,000 each.

All the same, it is good to see and hopefully the first of many.

See also: https://lc.org/newsroom/details/072...ttle-covid-shot-mandate-for-dollar103-million
 
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Blade Runner

Hummingbird
Orthodox
Class-action lawsuits are "a good start", but usually do not provide any significant restitution for injured parties; the class is often very large. In this case, the 10 million dollar settlement (if approved) divided among up to 500 injured parties is only $20,000 each.

All the same, it is good to see and hopefully the first of many.

See also: https://lc.org/newsroom/details/072...ttle-covid-shot-mandate-for-dollar103-million
Does this cause a cultural change generally, in terms of other systems' awareness and thus increasing odds that other suits might win? It seems so. Although it isn't a judge's ruling, one can reasonably think that way. These were mostly nurses, if I'm not mistaken (thus I think something of a smaller payment).
 

Sisyphus

Kingfisher
Other Christian
Class-action lawsuits are "a good start", but usually do not provide any significant restitution for injured parties; the class is often very large. In this case, the 10 million dollar settlement (if approved) divided among up to 500 injured parties is only $20,000 each.

All the same, it is good to see and hopefully the first of many.

See also: https://lc.org/newsroom/details/072...ttle-covid-shot-mandate-for-dollar103-million

What you say is absolutely true, but I think the more important consideration isn't how much the plaintiffs are getting but how much the hospital is losing. If all these people cared about was money, they would have received the useless injections in the first place. It's not about the money for them, and this settlement is most effective as a deterrent. Let the next oppressive entity that intends to intimidate and coerce its employees think twice before doing so. The only effective strategy is to hit them where it hurts, and like most businesses, the only thing these hospitals care about is the bottom line. The overall effect is much further reaching and the benefit extends well beyond the people involved in this suit. Who can say how many people will be saved the nightmare these people were forced to endure. You can read my thoughts about this case in the "Mandatory Vaccination Policies" thread where I commented on it a few days ago.
 

C-Note

Hummingbird
Other Christian
Gold Member
Interesting article from globalist state media about how the mandates have radicalized an unknown percentage of the US population into single-issue activists against pandemic mandates and vaccinations:

 
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