This "attorney" is apparently incapable of researching Supreme Court decisions. This was clearly decided 100 years ago. The court said the exact opposite. I've read the decision that he or she hasn't.
The Bill of Rights is overridden by the fact that you DO NOT have the right to endanger your fellow citizens. The court's decision goes on to point out that governors have the power to force mask wearing and arrest those who do not comply, vaccinate their state's population by force if necessary, (arrest, vaccinate, release), and require proof of vaccination to be allowed into public venues like stores and restaurants.
So, this "attorney" has nothing to stand on here, at all.