Are we seeing a trend? More judges aren’t falling for spurious COVID-19 religious accommodation claims.

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Earlier this week, I wrote about a judge calling out an employee for trying to cast a personal choice to remain unvaccinated against COVID-19 as some deeply religious decision.

Last night, I read another recent opinion from a federal judge who called an employee trying to avoid a mandatory vaccination requirement at his new job on his religious 🐂💩.

Stop me if this sounds familiar.

The employee landed a new job only to find out that a condition of employment was furnishing his new employer with proof of a COVID-19 vaccination. So, he sought a religious exemption, which the company was

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