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Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals PERMANENTLY Blocks OSHA COVID-19 Jab Mandate


A three-judge panel at the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently placed a temporary halt to Biden’s unconstitutional COVID-19 mandate on private employers.

After another review by the Fifth Circuit, the temporary ban on the OSHA rule is now permanent.

The three-judge panel’s ruling permanently blocks OSHA from enforcing their COVID-19 jab mandate on employers nationwide.

Unfortunately, the legal battle isn’t over to thwart Biden’s tyrannical mandate.

Multiple federal circuit courts face challenges to the OSHA rule, and a “lottery” system determines which court hears the final challenge.

If another circuit court gets selected, then the Fifth Circuit’s stay could get lifted.


The National Law Review explained:

A three-judge panel on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has now permanently blocked OSHA from implementing and enforcing its vaccine rule, which impacts employers nationwide.

This is not the end of the judicial review road for the vaccine rule.  Challenges to the rule were filed in multiple federal circuit courts across the country.  When there are multiple filings like these, a multi-circuit “lottery” system is utilized for purposes of consolidation and clarity.  All of the appeals are consolidated before the circuit court selected in the blind lottery, which will then hear the challenge to the rule.  That lottery is expected to take place on or about Monday, November 16th.

If the Fifth Circuit is not selected in the lottery, then another appeals court will have an opportunity to issue the controlling decision here (which could, among other things, lift the Fifth Circuit’s stay).  After that, regardless of the outcome, the Supreme Court will likely have the final word.

While judicial review continues on the COVID-19 jab mandate, the decision by the Fifth Circuit provides a glimpse of sanity in clown world.

Ultimately, the OSHA rule will likely make it to the U.S. Supreme Court.


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