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2 Timothy 1:7 "God does not give a spirit of fear, but love, power and a sound mind." Jeff clearly has a sound mind, and patriots everywhere should be sharing this and thanking him for his work.

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Sep 21, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

So incredibly well-written, as usual! Praying for great results for you and your clients! Keep up the good work!

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Impeccable research and brilliantly constructed argument. That’s my Jeff! :)

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Sep 21, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

You spelled it out so clearly. Thank you for sharing this.

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Sep 21, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

Wow! Brilliantly played, thank you Jeff for your hard work. Praying for you and your family.

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Sep 21, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

Well done, Jeff. You even made the legalese interesting and entertaining. I did miss your usual snark, though, but understand why it wasn't appropriate.

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Sep 21, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

You are so freak in AMAZING!

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Sep 21, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

Fantastic!

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Sep 23, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

Jeff, just wanted to say congratulations, looks like Judge Brasington granted the request for emergency injunction.

City did not produce any evidence, haha, she even cited your closing argument in her brief, no compelling interest through least restrictive means.

Well done and God Bless

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Sep 23, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

Excellent.

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Sep 22, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

Jeff, I contacted Judge Charles Cunningham regarding his ruling in the case of Mr. Underwood, who is currently on a ventilator and being denied IVM by his doctors. Interestingly, HE RESPONDED. If you'd like to read the exchange, please feel free to contact me.

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Sep 21, 2021Liked by Jeff Childers

Articulate and amazing!!! Jeff I’m sharing with my northern patriots who live in a suck blue state. You’re amazing! Keeping you in our prayers!!!!

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Beautifully, clearly, and succinctly written. Extremely easy to follow the legal argument. I’m left with one question: How does the legal argument change if this was a legal pleading to enjoin a vaxx mandate at a private business/private employer. BTW, your smashing of the George Washington argument was brilliant and devastating.

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Circle back. hahahaha

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This is why our *#*@ Oregon Governor pushed the deadline for state workers to be vaccinated to November 30:

Press Release

Date: September 22, 2021

Contact: Holly Kerns or Ashley McClay, 541-523-0014, pio@bakercounty.org

Baker County declares emergency, requests medical staff assistance

The Baker County Board of Commissioners declared a local emergency today. The declaration states the Baker County Incident Management Team determined beginning October 18, Baker County will be unable to provide for pre-hospital emergency response and Saint Alphonsus Medical Center will be unable to provide basic hospital care as a result of staffing shortages when the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for medical staff goes into effect.

The declaration requested the Governor address the state’s vaccine mandates, “to prevent further erosion of the vital public health and safety workforce”, or provide resources necessary to protect the citizens and visitors of Baker County, along with users of the state highway system.

“The impending deadline for all healthcare workers to be fully vaccinated by October 18 has led to a series of difficult choices. We can’t head into a situation where there are not enough responders available to handle medical events throughout the County, including those that happen on the highways and interstate. We also cannot accept a situation where the hospital doesn’t have sufficient staffing to provide basic hospital care. Our responsibility is to the health and safety of our community, and we have to come up with options for the inevitable times when accidents or health emergencies will occur,” Commissioner Mark Bennett said.

The declaration outlines how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has exhausted many providers of core public services, including first responders and healthcare providers. The recent rise in COVID-19 cases has further strained those services. The mandate for health care workers to be fully vaccinated by October 18 is resulting in “significant numbers of the exhausted workforce” to leave employment, resulting in a situation where there will not be enough remaining personnel to provide the basic level of pre-hospital emergency care and hospital care that’s needed.

County Commissioners have pledged to continue working with state and local partners on solutions to maintain health services throughout the county.

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Brilliant and WOW! Jeff, if I ever need a lawyer, you'd be the first person I'd contact. Unfortunately, I live in another state, but I'd still hire you to help represent me and help an attorney in my state (AZ). I will pray that God continues to bless you! Thank you for helping so many people and sharing your gift. You're a blessing!

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