The Constitution provides zero authority to the federal government when it comes to health or science, and yet, they have their dirty fingers in those two things constantly. The latest unlawful Emergency Temporary Standard put out by the unconstitutional Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) to mandate that employers with over 100 employees must demand they take the experimental COVID shot was struck down by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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OHS Online reports:
OSHA newly announced an update to its COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). Currently, the ETS requires employers with 100 or more employees to mandate vaccines or weekly testing. OSHA has since announced that it has “suspended activities related to the implementation and enforcement of the ETS pending future developments in the litigation.” The announcement results from the Fifth Circuit’s 22-page opinion continuing its stay of the ETS. The Fifth Circuit’s order foreshadows the legal challenges to come.
In the order, the Fifth Circuit accuses the current administration of forcing the desire for a federal vaccine mandate into the best, but ill-fitting, vehicle the administration could find – an OSHA ETS. The court points out that OSHA’s authority to establish emergency temporary standards is “an extraordinary power that is to be delicately exercised” and criticizes the ETS vaccine rule as “a one-size-fits-all sledgehammer that makes hardly any attempt to account for differences in workplaces.” The opinion calls the ETS the rare government pronouncement that is both over-inclusive (applying to employers and employees in virtually all industries and workplaces in America, with little attempt to account for the obvious differences between the risks they face) and under-inclusive (claiming to save employees with 99 or more coworkers from a “grave danger” in the workplace, while making no attempt to help employees with 98 or fewer coworkers from the very same threat).
The Fifth Circuit questions whether OSHA has adequately shown a “grave danger” warranting the issuance of an ETS and states that it is “dubious” as to whether the rule will pass “constitutional muster.” While the stay is good news to many employers, the Fifth Circuit is only one of 12 federal circuits and the ultimate decision may not line up with this opinion.
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Without any mandates people are dying and being injured by these shots. Not a one of them is given with informed consent and we have reported that people have gone in for flu shots only to be given gene therapy COVID shots. Even children have been given these deadly poisons with absolutely no accountability for these criminals at Big Pharma and their accomplices in the DC organized crime syndicate.
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