Calif. Professor Undeterred as Uni Places Him on Leave Over Challenge to Covid Jab Mandate

‘I have no intention…of resigning, withdrawing my lawsuit, or having an unnecessary medical intervention forced on me, in spite of these challenging circumstances,’ declared Dr. Kheriaty, of the University of California.

(Brownstone Institute) – Here is the latest move by the University of California (UC) in response to my lawsuit in Federal court challenging their vaccine mandate on behalf of COVID-recovered individuals with natural immunity.

On Thursday Sept 30th at 5:03 p.m. I received this letter from the University informing me that, as of the following morning, I was being placed on “Investigatory Leave” for my failure to comply with the vaccine mandate. I was given no opportunity to contact my patients, students, residents, or colleagues and let them know I would disappear for a month. Rather than waiting for the court to make a ruling on my case, the University has taken preemptive action:

You might be thinking, a month of paid leave doesn’t sound so bad. But the language is misleading heresince half of my income from the University comes from clinical revenues generated from seeing my patients, supervising resident clinics, and engaging in weekend and holiday on-call duties. So while on leave my salary is significantly cut.

Furthermore, my contract stipulates that I am not able to conduct any patient care outside the University: to see my current patients, or to recoup my losses by moonlighting as a physician elsewhere, would violate the terms of my contract.

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