Court Deals Biden Admin MAJOR DEFEAT Over Covid Vaccine Mandate

Another huge court defeat for the Biden administration’s federal Covid vaccination regulations.

A federal appeals court upheld a restriction on Thursday that would have required workers in Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee who work for the federal government to get the shots. The court upheld the restriction in three states while blocking enforcement of the federal immunization mandate for federal contractors.

The Sixth Circuit United States Court of Appeals upheld the lower court’s decision that the vaccine mandate was unlawful.

“We decline the government’s invitation to construe as authorizing the President to ignore the limits inherent in the Property Act’s operative provisions in favor of an ‘anything goes’ pursuit of a broad statutory purpose,” the panel wrote in its ruling.

The Biden administration has refrained from enforcing the injunction while the case is being fought in court. A federal judge banned the Biden rule for Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee in November 2021. The Biden mandate would require federal contractors to wear face masks and be vaccinated against COVID-19.

The Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals issued a similar decision in December for Indiana, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

The matter was brought before the court by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, a Republican candidate for governor.

Cameron hailed the Sixth Circuit judgment as a “resounding victory against unconstitutional federal incursion into Kentuckians’ personal medical decisions.”

“We argued that the federal contractor vaccine mandate is unlawful and that the Biden administration does not have the authority to impose such a sweeping mandate on Kentuckians,” Cameron wrote in his statement.

“For over a year, the Biden administration has fought against us, but the court has agreed with our legal arguments and has halted the federal contractor vaccine mandate for Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee.”

From the start, the Biden vaccine demands were unconstitutional. It has taken over a year for the courts to correct the injustice, and far too many Americans have already suffered.




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