Constitutional And Religious Objections To AMI Smart Meters And Vaccines

By Catherine J. Frompovich

A California judge ruled February 5, 2018 that a baker does not have to supply a wedding cake to a lesbian couple to celebrate their marriage due to the baker’s sincere religious beliefs, which are guaranteed under the First Amendment.

In the California Court’s Tastries Bakery ruling there is much food for thought [plus case law citations] about religious beliefs being used in a constitutional fight, which I think can be a valid constitutional issue in the matters of AMI Smart Meters and neurotoxic vaccines that cause health damages to the body, which in Christian religious dogma, in particular, declares the human body as the “Temple of the Holy Spirit.” That is a factual and undeniable Christian tenet for about two thousand years and cannot be questioned as to validity or required proof. See 1 Corinthians 6:19. [1]

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