A small victory for civil rights occurred on Wednesday, when a Texas federal judge issued an order temporarily blocking United Airlines from firing employees, or putting them on unpaid leave for exercising medical and religious exemptions.
The order also prevents United from denying any new applications for these exemptions.
This action is the latest high profile litigation in a flurry of lawsuits, which erupted in response to the Biden regime’s egregious attempt to force The American people into compliance with experimental vaccine mandates.
Here’s more on the story:
BREAKING—#TX Federal Judge has issued a TRO (temporary restraining order) in a nationwide class action lawsuit against United Airlines that blocks imposition of vaccine mandate against any of its employees.
— Tricia Flanagan (R-NJ) (@NewDayForNJ) October 13, 2021
— Information (@DREWGG33) October 13, 2021
Breitbart had these details:
According to the judicial order, which could be the first of its kind in the country against a coronavirus vaccine mandate, United Airlines is prohibited from placing employees with religious and medical exemptions on unpaid leave until October 26 while litigation continues.
The judge also prohibited the airline from denying any employee requests for religious or medical exemptions. Previously, the airline did not allow employees to apply for an exemption after August 31.
💥HUGE BREAKING NEWS💥
They don't say "Bigger than Texas" for nothing. Judge BLOCKS Vaccine Mandate for workers!!! Whoohoo!!!
Exclusive — Federal Judge Blocks United Airlines From Imposing Employee Vaccine Mandate https://t.co/7nAf3NOR0y pic.twitter.com/mUh7lLrx7o
— Cha Cha Charles (@ChaChaC87311797) October 13, 2021
BREAKING: Federal Judge Blocks United Airlines From Imposing Employee Vaccine Mandate against ANY of its employees in a nationwide class-action lawsuit!
ME: I told ya so! (felt good to say that) American citizens…YOU have the power in this, if you'll get involved in masse.
— Pastor Carl Gallups (REAL ONE – carlgallups.com) (@CarlGallups) October 13, 2021
From Western Journal:
Mark Paoletta, the attorney for the employees fighting United in the court case, said the ruling was an important step.
“United Airlines’ refusal to provide reasonable accommodations to its vaccine mandate violates the federal civil rights protections of our clients, the hard working men and women at United,” Paoletta said.