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The 7th Circuit has given the People a little freedom back! Discrimination is legal once again.

Indiana University is legally allowed to require students and staff to get vaccinated against Covid-19, a federal court has ruled.

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld an Indiana district court judge’s ruling in the highest court decision yet regarding college vaccination mandates, saying if students don’t like the rules they can go elsewhere.

Under this “logic,” of course, it is legal to also exclude the genetically mutated from polluting a particular place or activity. Mind you, IU is a public institution, so the private side rules should be even less stringent. Let’s hope this spreads nationwide. No one has the fake right to object to any identity-based discriminatory criteria anymore – they can just go elsewhere.