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Judge shoots down religious discrimination claim


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A district court judge dismissed a Boston-area man’s complaint that Whole Foods Markets Group’s mask policy violated his religious beliefs, with claims that masks “are part of a satanic ritual” and that he “cannot slowly commit suicide by lowering his immune system and depriving himself of oxygen.”

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My goodness. Don't people have better things to do ?

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52 minutes ago, thedutchiedutch said:

My goodness. Don't people have better things to do ?

Exactly, I mean…. Who wastes time working a Satanic spell into masks at Whole Foods when the Mannonic Spells at McDonalds are working so well?

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Okay new rule: You have to actually get a high ranking member of the clergy of your established faith to point to the exact part of your holy text that says you cannot do it, and explain why it means you cannot do it. If you cannot do that, you cannot claim a religious exception from the church of "Extracted from my bunghole"

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1 hour ago, Autochthon1990 said:

Okay new rule: You have to actually get a high ranking member of the clergy of your established faith to point to the exact part of your holy text that says you cannot do it, and explain why it means you cannot do it. If you cannot do that, you cannot claim a religious exception from the church of "Extracted from my bunghole"

like this idea. At the very least, allow some kind of prominent denominational speaker to weigh in on the matter.

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