BREAKING: Court Mask Reversal Announcement – Travelers FUMING

Dirty Joe Biden’s Department of Justice recently filed an opening brief in an ongoing lawsuit, asking the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit to reinstate the CDC’s federal mask mandate for travel.

We’ve already been over this. In April, it was decided that American health officials do not have nearly enough authority to start telling people how they can and cannot travel.

The decision, made by U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle, is being challenged by the DOJ.

“The CDC’s statutory authority explicitly encompasses sanitation measures and other similar measures and—as the district court recognized—a mask is a conventional sanitation measure. The district court’s observation that sanitation in the context of garbage disposal, sewage and plumbing typically refers to direct cleaning of a dirty or contaminated object, is not a sound reason to adopt a cramped reading of a statute aimed at preventing the spread of communicable disease,” the DOJ argued.

You can read more of their argument by clicking the link at the end of the article, but if that sounds tedious, I can save you the time.

It’s not about safety, it’s about CONTROL.

That’s been the case for quite some time and it’s not changing anytime soon.

Mandates are not effective at preventing the spread of COVID, that has been proven time and time again. What they are effective at? Spreading the acceptance of government control.

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