More Workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory Sue to Stop COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Over Religious Discrimination

A new group of workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory in Albuquerque, N.M. is suing the federal nuclear testing center over COVID-19 vaccine mandates alleging religious discrimination.

The complaint was filed by the pro-liberty Thomas More Law Center representing eight workers. They are challenging the lab’s policy of forcing people who have filed religious exemptions over vaccines to take vacation time or go without pay.

“This is discrimination, pure and simple,” special counsel Tyler Brooks said in a statement released on Tuesday. “Los Alamos claims to have offered exemptions for those who have sincere religious reasons for not taking a mandatory COVID vaccine, but their one-size-fits-all so-called ‘accommodation’ is flagrantly illegal. Accommodation by termination has never been a lawful option.”

“Defendants’ approach is designed to maximize the uncertainty and anxiety of those employees ready and willing to return to their jobs in an effort to force compliance with their mandate despite recognizing that plaintiffs and others have a bona fide religious exemption to taking the vaccines,” the complaint states.

This is the second prominent lawsuit that has come from workers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Big League Politics has reported on the other lawsuit representing over 100 workers:

114 workers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Albuquerque, N.M. are suing the federal government over mandates for the experimental COVID-19 vaccine.

The workers believe that their rights are being violated by federal contractor Triad National Security LLC, who is paid by the U.S. Department of Energy to run the lab.

A state judge has the power to issue an injunction preventing the workers from being fired as the case is considered. They claim that management in the laboratory has created a hostile work environment, resulting in the harassment of employees in order to induce their submission to the jab.

The plaintiffs include some of the smartest and most capable people in the country, including scientists, nuclear engineers, project managers, research technicians, some of whom have top-level security clearances. If they are not protected in the court of law, America’s national security interests will be further jeopardized under the Biden regime.

“The fact that the vaccines have only been shown to reduce symptoms of the recipient and not prevent infection or transmission is a fact extremely important to plaintiffs’ claims,” the lawsuit claims.

More workers need to fight back against the COVID-19 regime. Workers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory are showing how it’s done.

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