Amicus brief so Presidents can’t dictate medical treatments

June 15, 2022

Can a mere politician dictate medical treatments to you?

President Biden usurped a major new power during the covid scare.

This power invades the very heart of your life. It puts the President – a mere politician – in the role of your doctor. Perhaps it even puts him in the role of a god, deciding matters of life and death for millions of people.

Do you want to let him get away with it? Or will you join us to fight back in the Supreme Court?

Don’t let Biden dictate medical treatments using Executive Orders

Missouri and nine other states are challenging the covid “vaccine” mandate that Biden imposed on the healthcare sector.

The Supreme Court will soon decide whether to take up the case: Missouri v. Biden.

We want to file an amicus curiae brief urging them to do so!

Please remember that Biden imposed two vaccine mandates. One came from OSHA. It controlled two-thirds of American workers. We won that case!

The other mandate came from CMS (Medicare/Medicaid) and controlled most workers in the healthcare sector.

The Court refused to block Biden’s CMS mandates in January (on a 5-to-4 split). But that case was of an emergency nature. Now that the emergency has passed, it’s reasonable to hope for a better ruling. As you’ll see below, one justice, in particular, is key.

Our amicus brief will say powerful things!

We’ll argue that…

  • There is mounting evidence that these mandates achieved no public health purpose.
  • Biden’s mandates violate the Ninth and Tenth Amendments.
  • These mandates can also violate the First Amendment (religious objections).
  • The way the President issued these orders also violated the separation of powers.
  • Healthcare workers who object to the vaccines have resigned and are quitting, making all of us less safe.

If you help us!

Support the Missouri Brief

Reminding the Chief Justice of his own words

Our brief will try to put Chief Justice John Roberts back on the right track. We’ll do this by pointing to his opinion in National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Sebelius (2012).

In that ruling, Roberts argued powerfully that the Commerce Clause doesn’t require citizens to purchase a given product. Congress cannot, for example, order everyone to buy vegetables to improve their diets. In fact, people often fail to do what’s good for them. And, that will affect interstate commerce! So what? If that was a sufficient basis to permit any government action, it would obviously ignore the Framer’s vision for the country.

The Chief Justice was right in that case, and he needs to bring the same profound logic to this related issue.

Help us make these arguments to the Supreme Court!

Remember,, Inc and Downsize DC Foundation filed an amicus brief in the OSHA aspect of this case (in December). And we won!

Now, we’re requesting your support via Downsize DC Foundation’s “Zero Aggression Project.” By using the ZAP form, your donation can be tax-deductible.

Please contribute to help us file another brief in the CMS portion of this case. Every contribution, of any size, helps – so we’re looking for about 30 donors.

But we want you to be aware that pledges help us take on more cases, and each time we do this, we really need a $500, $1,000, or more donor.

No Medical Dictates

Thank you for your support,

Jim Babka, President
Downsize, Inc. [home of Agenda Setters] & Downsize DC Foundation [home of the Zero Aggression Project]

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