KOMMONSENTSJANE – BIDEN’S SHOT OR TEST MANDATE DEALT ANOTHER BLOW BY FIFTH CIRCUIT.

Thank goodness that common sense is prevailing at this point since Biden’s group has lost all their marbles. The Democrats/Biden are trying to shut down all businesses and for people not to be able to have any jobs available. Obama/Biden are trying to turn our country into the Middle East saga where people walk around all day looking at their phones with no responsibilities, i.e., and under the power of the government.

Tell those two to “shove it up where the sun doesn’t shine.” Neither of the two know what a real job is since they never had one – always lived off the people’s money.

Excuse the blunt words; but, it is time for the WE PEOPLE to tell Obama/Biden their words don’t count – they are a sorry lot. Obama is trying to follow in his father’s foot- steps by trying to take down our country. His father ended up being a drunkard.

WE THE PEOPLE don’t like them any more than they like us – both need to be in prison right now because of what they have done/trying to do to our country.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/bidens-shot-or-test-mandate-dealt-another-blow-by-fifth-circuit/ar-AAQE1IC?ocid=iehp&li=BBnb7Kz

Biden’s Shot-or-Test Mandate Dealt Another Blow by Fifth Circuit

Andrew Harris

11/13/2021

A U.S. appeals court has extended its Nov. 6 order pausing President Joe Biden’s shot-or-test mandate for businesses with 100 or more employees.

The ruling, issued today by the New Orleans-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, solidifies its earlier order blocking implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s emergency regulation. Its ruling comes ahead of a Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation lottery to determine which federal appeals court will be assigned to adjudicate the many legal challenges to the measure now pending across the country. The lottery is slated for Nov. 16.

In a 22-page opinion, the court had harsh words for the vaccine mandate. The mandate “threatens to substantially burden the liberty interests of reluctant individual recipients put to a choice between their job(s) and their jab(s),” the court said.

“Likewise, the companies seeking a stay in this case will also be irreparably harmed in the absence of a stay, whether by the business and financial effects or a lost or suspended employee, compliance and monitoring costs associated with the Mandate, the diversion of resources necessitated by the Mandate, or by OSHA’s plan to impose stiff financial penalties on companies that refuse to punish or test unwilling employees,” the court said.

The U.S. had asked the court to set aside its prior order to allow that process to play out.

OSHA’s rule requires qualifying businesses to ensure that all employees are fully vaccinated by Jan. 4, or subjected to testing for Covid-19 at least weekly.

Barring a long-lasting injunction, employers will have to comply with other parts of the rule by Dec. 5, including developing a compliance plan, offering paid time off for vaccinations, and requiring unvaccinated workers to wear masks.

The Fifth Circuit is considering challenges filed by Texas, joined by Louisiana, Mississippi, Utah, South Carolina, and companies that claim they’re adversely affected by the rule. The plaintiffs contend the emergency temporary standard, formally published Nov. 5, exceeds OSHA’s statutory authority and that the requisite “grave danger” the safety agency cited as justification for the expedited rulemaking doesn’t actually exist outside of the health-care industry.

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