A federal appeals court has reversed a lower court ruling striking down President Biden’s vaccine mandate for businesses with 100-plus employees.
While President Biden may enjoy his victory, for now, opponents of Biden’s totalitarian mandate are certain to appeal the ruling, which will send the controversial mandate to the Supreme Court.
The three-judge U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled that the vaccine mandate can continue and will go into effect on January 4th.
Of course, the odds of the mandate going into effect on January 4th are next to none as dozens of businesses are already appealing to the Supreme Court to review the case.
According to a statement from the Job Creators Network, “This mandate adds an incredible burden on small business owners who are still suffering negative effects of the pandemic. This mandate will make it even harder for small business owners to find and keep employees. The [Sixth] Circuit irresponsibly upheld an illegal rule and expects employers to somehow comply with a complicated regulation in a period of two weeks, including the holidays. JCN has immediately asked the Supreme Court to save businesses and employees from this government overreach.”
Ultimately this decision by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals may be the best thing to happen for Americans. The Supreme Court now has the ability to issue a sweeping injunction against all kinds of vaccine mandates.
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