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Vaccine Mandates For Federal Employees: Where Is The Law That Gives The Government Authority In Doing So? There Isn’t One!

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Published on: April 11, 2022

Former Sen. John Glenn stated, “Why, if we had to do that [follow the rule of our Constitution], we could not pass most of the laws we enact around here.”

If there is one thing that the corrupt in government have gotten over on the people of America today is that many of what the government declares as laws are not even constitutional (Psalm 94:20). You heard me right.

It may look like law, it might smell like law, but it is not law! The government cannot create what they call law out of thin air and yet, this is what they have been doing for decades in this country (Ephesians 4:14).

Another example of this corrupt system of overreaching is that of healthcare and medicine.

The Epoch Times reported: The US Appeals Court Clearing Treasonous Joe Biden’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Employees.

President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal workers is back in effect after a federal appeals court ruling on April 7.

A panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit entered the ruling, overturning a district judge’s earlier block of the mandate.

U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Brown, a Trump appointee, had concluded that Biden lacked the statutory authority to issue the mandate. Two judges on the appeals court panel did not directly address that matter, but found that plaintiffs, a group of federal employees, should have taken their complaints to different venues.

Under the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, the procedure for federal workers facing adverse actions may appeal to an entity called the Merit Systems Protection Board, which decides whether the worker was properly disciplined. If the worker prevails, the board can order an agency to reinstate the worker or undertake other measures.

Employees who disagree with the board can appeal to a federal appeals court.

The law “precludes district court adjudication of federal statutory and constitutional claims,” Judge Carl Stewart, a Clinton appointee, wrote in the decision.

He was joined by Judge James Dennis, another Clinton appointee.

The judges also said the plaintiffs could have challenged an agency’s proposed action against them before filing the suit and before getting vaccinated by filing a complaint with the Office of Special Counsel.

The ruling means the injunction against the mandate was lifted, with the case remanded to Brown with instructions to dismiss it.

At issue is a Sept. 9, 2021, executive order that alleged requiring federal workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine would help “slow the spread” of the virus that causes COVID-19. It was issued when the Delta variant of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus was circulating. Omicron displaced Delta in late 2021. The current slate of vaccines didn’t halt transmission from Delta and provide little protection against infection from Omicron, but the Biden administration has not withdrawn various mandates, including the one that is now back in place.

The suit against the mandate was brought by Feds for Medical Freedom, a group comprised of federal workers, who said the order likely exceeded the president’s authority.

Plaintiffs did not immediately provide a response to the ruling.

Conclusion: Friends, the people in this country must conclude that they are the law under God (Isaiah 42:21).

“The strength of the Constitution lies entirely in the determination of each citizen to defend it. Only if every single citizen feels duty bound to do his share in this defense are the constitutional rights secure.”  ― Albert Einstein

If they claim that they have constitutional authority, which must be congruent with the U.S. Constitution), then produce it. To date, this has not been done.

Yes, judges, regardless of lower courts or the Supreme court judges, can be removed during bad behavior (Article II, Section 4; Article I, Section 3, Clause 7 US Constitution).

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