By Lance D. Johnson
U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove struck down Biden’s intrusive covid-19 vaccine mandate that threatened the body autonomy rights of individuals who work as federal contractors. On September 9, 2021, Joe Biden signed an executive order forcing all federal contractors to ensure that their workers are “fully vaccinated” with experimental covid-19 jabs. If a contractor did not comply with the vaccine order by December 8, 2021, the Biden regime threatened to cut them off, discontinuing all business relations with the contractor and severing any future opportunities with them. Workers were scheduled to be terminated en masse, but now they are standing on legal high ground, as Biden’s vaccine mandates crumble all around him. (See link for article)
- The judge ruled the Biden administration doesn’t have the legal authority to force people to get the jab
- The mandate violates medical privacy rights
- The mandate ignores natural immunity
- The mandate ignores “vaccine” failure
- The injunction applies to Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee and if the Constitution is followed, the ruling will be made permanent
- A preliminary injunction has been filed targeting private businesses and health care workers as well.
WASHINGTON — A federal judge has halted enforcement nationwide of the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers at institutions that accept Medicare or Medicaid patients.
“If human nature and history teach anything, it is that civil liberties face grave risks when governments proclaim indefinite states of emergency,” wrote Judge Terry Doughty of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. “During a pandemic such as this one, it is even more important to safeguard the separation of powers set forth in our Constitution to avoid erosion of our liberties. Because the plaintiff States have satisfied all four elements required for a preliminary injunction to issue, this Court has determined that a preliminary injunction should issue against the Government Defendants.”
The preliminary injunction in the case known as State of Louisiana et al. v. Xavier Becerra et al.
The lawsuit Judge Doughty ruled on was filed by another 14 states, but the judge expanded his ruling further.
“Due to the nationwide scope of the CMS mandate, a nationwide injunction is necessary due to the need for uniformity,” Doughty wrote. “Although this Court considered limiting the injunction to the 14 plaintiff states, there are unvaccinated healthcare workers in other states who also need protection. Therefore, the scope of this injunction will be nationwide, except for the states of Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New Hampshire, Nebraska, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota,” since those states were covered by the other preliminary injunction.
“This preliminary injunction shall remain in effect pending the final resolution of this case, or until further orders from this Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, or the United States Supreme Court.” Both cases involving the CMS mandate are likely to be appealed.
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OSHA Suspends Enforcement of COVID ‘Vaccine or Test’ Mandate
— Suspension does not affect CMS rule requiring healthcare worker vaccination
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration has temporarily suspended enforcement of a regulation requiring businesses with 100 or more employees to either mandate COVID-19 vaccination for all their workers or ensure that unvaccinated workers wear masks and are tested for COVID at least once a week.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) noted on its website Monday that on November 12, a U.S. appeals court “granted a motion to stay OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), published on November 5. The court ordered that OSHA ‘take no steps to implement or enforce’ the ETS ‘until further court order.'” (See link for article)
White House Unveils New Action Plan Against COVID
The Biden administration has published a new “strategy” to fight against COVID this winter that would include more unconstitutional and pseudo-medical measures.
The administration’s “new actions” published on Thursday are aimed to “get Americans boosted for even greater protection against the Delta and Omicron variants, keep schools and businesses open, and help quickly respond to surges if needed during the colder months.” (See link for article)
Summary of the plan:
- Boosters for all adults, because the definition of “fully vaccinated” is again likely to change and only those getting jabbed repeatedly will be in the clear.
- “Vaccinating” kids to keep schools open despite the FDA’s admission “We’re never going to learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it” and the world’s top medics argue the benefits of vaccinations for children do not outweigh the risks. They also threaten to quarantine the unvaccinated if they’ve been around anyone testing positive.
- Expanding Free At-Home Testing for Americans – on a test that is worthless.
- Stronger Public Health Protocols for Safe International Travel – upon everyone but illegal immigrants pouring through the border.
- Protections in Workplaces to Keep Our Economy Open. Despite a recent 5th Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirming its “stay” order against OSHA, citing “grave statutory and constitutional issues”, the administration called on businesses to defy the ruling.
- Rapid Response Teams to Help Battle Rising Cases.
- Supplying Treatment Pills to Help Prevent Hospitalizations and Death – but it won’t be ivermectin, HCQ, vitamin C, or anything else that has been shown to work, but will line the pockets of leaders.
- Continued Commitment to Global Vaccination Efforts. For every dose administered in the U.S., our government is donating three globally and will continue to invest in “vaccine” manufacturing companies like Pfizer and Moderna, i.e. the conflicts of interest continue on.
- Steps to Ensure We Are Prepared for All Scenarios, which simply means if the current shots don’t work on Omicron, etc., Americans will need to update boosters which are under ‘accelerated development’, i.e. untested.