“Chad LaVeglia, the attorney for the Plaintiffs, who were NYC Sanitation workers, stated that the Judge ruled against the city because the vaccine mandate was “arbitrary and capricious.”
Every once and a while, you will hear the good news that the mainstream media means to censor; the news where the people stand up and fight and win their God-given rights back (1 Timothy 6:12). It happens quite a bit and yet, most do not hear about it. In this case, I wanted to make sure that you did.
Health Impact news reported: NY Supreme Court Judge Strikes Down NYC COVID Vaccine Mandate on City Workers – Orders Back Pay and Jobs Returned.
In a rare sign that maybe some judicial sanity was returning in regards to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, New York Supreme Court Judge Ralph Porzio ruled yesterday that New York City’s mandate on COVID-19 vaccines for city employees was unconstitutional.
Chad LaVeglia, the attorney for the Plaintiffs, who were NYC Sanitation workers, stated that the Judge ruled against the city because the vaccine mandate was “arbitrary and capricious.”
In what should be a “slam dunk” case, the main issue was that the NYC Mayor lifted the COVID-19 vaccine mandates for people in professional sports and the entertainment industry, but not city workers such as policemen, firefighters, sanitation workers, etc., back in March this year. See our previous coverage:
Insanity is the New Norm in the U.S. as Professional Sports Players can be Exempt from COVID Vaccine Mandates but Navy Seals Cannot
Nevertheless, the city is appealing the ruling:
And as it has in the past, the city is appealing. Until that court rules, the vaccine mandate remains in effect.
A spokesman with the law department released the following statement:
“The city strongly disagrees with this ruling as the mandate is firmly grounded in law and is critical to New Yorkers’ public health. We have already filed an appeal. In the meantime, the mandate remains in place as this ruling pertains solely to the individual petitioners in this case. We continue to review the court’s decision, which conflicts with numerous other rulings already upholding the mandate.” (Source.)
Attorney Chad LaVeglia who litigated the case has a different perspective, however:
It (the mandate) is null and void. We just defeated the vaccine mandate for every single city employee.
Conclusion: After 3 years of this “plandemic,” I am still looking to find where the government ever had the constitutional right to mandate anything on anyone. They are clearly assuming authority that has never been delegated to them; and, once again, this case proves the point (Deuteronomy 25:1).
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