In Another Blow To Biden Admin - Sixth Circuit Court Of Appeals Rules Against Vaccine Mandate in OH,KY,TN

 January 13, 2023

Ruling against the vaccine mandate, in Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee the Biden administration was dealt yet another blow by Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. The court has upheld a ban on forcing workers in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee who contract with the federal government to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Daniel Cameron, Kentucky Attorney General and a Republican running for governor, brought the Kentucky lawsuit in 2021.

Dr. Marty Makary, Fox News medical contributor, weighed in on the pros and cons of taking the COVID-19 vaccine on their recent 'Special Report.' He discusses the studies that are finally coming out about the adverse effects of COVID vaccines. Many of the studies findings are indeed sobering.

In their ruling against the vaccine mandate, the federal appeals court has affirmed a ban in three states on enforcing a federal vaccine mandate for workers who contract with the federal government. On Thursday, a panel of the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, in Cincinnati, affirmed a lower court's ruling that said the mandate was unconstitutional.

The panel wrote in its ruling-

“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,"

-Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

A federal judge in Louisville, Kentucky, had blocked the Biden rule in November 2021, for that state, and two others: Tennessee and Ohio. The mandate requires workers contracting with the federal government to wear face masks and be vaccinated for COVID-19.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, a Republican running for governor, brought the Kentucky lawsuit in 2021.Cameron wrote a statement, regarding the Sixth Circuit Appeals Court decision. He called it a-

"resounding victory against unlawful federal overreach into the personal medical decisions of Kentuckians." …and "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," concluding …"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."

-Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron

In a similar move to protect Americans constitutional rights, the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals issued a similar ruling in December for Indiana, Louisiana and Mississippi. Many other states have gone to court to challenge the mandate.

It would seem, state by state, that the Biden administration is being pushed back in its COVID mandates. Apparently, there are many legal battles occurring, in many states, that are still pending. Consequently, the Biden administration is not enforcing the rule while legal battles play out around the country.

It is refreshing to see, how our system of “separation of powers” process works, giving this nations citizenry the ability to lean into the court system, to gain victories such as this, against unlawful federal overreach into personal medical decisions. The swipe of a pen is not enough to overcome our constitutional rights.

The sooner the Biden administration understands they cannot just write something and expect Americans to follow it, the better. This totalitarian penchant, flies in the face of our democratic process and puts all Americans at risk when our constitutional freedoms are trampled or ignored.

"Don't interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties."

-Abraham Lincoln 
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