Renowned civil libertarian Alan M. Dershowitz reacted Friday to Bible-citing critics of his contention that the Constitution gives the state the power to forcibly vaccinate citizens to curb an infectious disease. “Anti-vaxxers are free to cite science, philosophy, law — but do not miscite the Bible or God,” he wrote in a column for the Gatestone Institute, where he serves as a senior fellow. “It is irreligious and insults the intelligence of those who have actually studied the Bible by assuming, as many do, that the Bible opposes everything they oppose.” Noting the devil “can cite scripture to his purposes,” Dershowitz points to supporters of slavery, anti-Semites and “anti-gay bigots” citing the Bible. “And now anti-vaxxers are distorting and weaponizing the Good Book, religion and God against science,” he says… (READ MORE)
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