16 States sue Biden regime over covid "vaccine" mandate for federal health care workers
Louisiana and 15 other states are suing the Biden regime
over its Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "vaccine" mandate for health care workers.
Now that the omicron (moronic) variant is the dominant circulating strain, the plaintiffs argue that there is no longer any justification for the mandate (as if there ever
Roughly 10.4 million workers are affected by the regime's requirements, which apply to all facilities that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding.
On January 13, the Supreme Court lifted the injunctions against the mandate, ruling in a 5-4 decision that the Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has the authority to require certain government employees to get jabbed.
Back in January, that mandate affected half of the country. Later this month, the remaining 25 states that challenged the rule will be forced to follow suit. (Related: Remember when Biden tasked an obscure federal agency with creating lists
of covid "vaccine" objectors?)
The rule was signed by Health Secretary Xavier Becerra, who repeatedly fearmongered about the then-popular delta variant. After that turned out to be a bust, the establishment moved on to the omicron (moronic) variant, which also failed to substantiate the fear and paranoia that was thrown after it.
There is zero scientific (or constitutional) basis to force covid jabs on anyone
Even so, the Biden regime still insists that everyone get jabbed without exception for reasons that are unknown. All of this clearly has nothing to do with health – and truly never did
– but for whatever reason some people are still going along with it.
At the time when Becerra imposed the rule, he did not allow any member of the public to comment on it. His reasoning was that he had "good cause" to just impose it like a dictator due to his belief that any "further delay" would endanger people's health and safety.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a division of the HHS, claimed as of mid-December just before the winter season that the moronic variant had actually become the most dominant Fauci Flu strain, not delta like Becerra alleged.
"It is now established beyond any serious question that the secretary's speculation was wrong," the states suing Biden now over the mandate say about Becerra. "The delta variant effectively disappeared from the scene within weeks of the issuance of the rule."
There is still not a single study in existence that suggests the jabs in any way protect against moronic. Even fake government "doctor" Tony Fauci agrees that "just about everyone" will contract moronic, whether vaccinated or not.
"The mandate was promulgated in response to the Delta variant, which now accounts for only 0.1 percent of all Covid-19 cases in the United States," added Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall, a Republican who is representing his state in the lawsuit.
"But research suggests that Covid-19 vaccines do little to stop the transmission of the predominant strain today – the omicron variant, which accounts for 99.9 percent of all cases – which undermines the premise for forcing people to submit to them."
The government itself is sending mixed signals about all this. On the one hand, it says everyone needs to get injected in order to go to work, while on the other it is letting fully vaccinated workers who test positive to show up for their shifts.
The other states that are challenging Biden's mandate include Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
The other states besides Alabama that are part of the lawsuit include Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia, and West Virginia.
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