Discussing U.S. Supreme Court Win Staying the Federal OSHA Vaccine Mandate on Companies with Over 100 Employees
A win for informed consent and the most basic liberty right to not be coerced by the government to relent to an unwanted medical procedure.
In prior posts, I discussed the case my firm brought along with others to the U.S. Supreme Court to stay Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate on companies with 100 or more employees. In this interview on the Highwire, I discuss the oral arguments at and decision by the Supreme Court, including the claims made by some of the Supreme Court judges about preventing transmission and deaths:
Thank you for your courage to take this on! Now the question is, what can be done with cities mandating Proof of Vaccination for daily life?! I live in Boston and the mandates have gone into effect like NYC and it's been difficult. How can we stop the govt officials legally as their actions and mandates are unconstitutional and illegal! Please can you help??
I'm assisting with two cases filed in the Northern District of Alabama: Liebbe v. SFWTF, Boeing & Raytheon; and, Zmuda v. Austin (should anyone wish follow them on Pacer). The first suit was on a Monday, and that Friday Boeing announced that it suspended vaccine mandate implemented under EO. 14042, applicable to government contractors. The Biden administration appealed the nation-wide state previously issued against SFWTF in State of Georgia v. Biden, now awaiting briefing at the 11th Circuit.
The "win" on the OSHA case helps with our pending case. We are very appreciative and respectful of Aaron's work. The CMS ruling is an abomination. As good as the stays are, they are "temporary" (though it appears certain that the OSHA "rule" will be deemed unlawful when (as I understand it) the 6th circuit issues a ruling on the merits. Meanwhile, the battle rages on.