Last Updated on December 7, 2021
Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal contractors’ employees nationwide was shot down by a federal judge in Georgia on Tuesday.
Joe Biden and his White House’s legally questionable vaccine mandate for federal contractors’ was halted nationwide by a federal judge on Tuesday, it was confirmed this morning.
Set to take effect on January 4, 2022, the mandate applied to nearly one quarter of the entire United States workforce, as the mandate targeted all companies that do business with the federal government such as Microsoft, Google, Lockheed Martin, and General Motors.
This latest vaccine mandate shutdown comes after Kentucky federal judge’s grant of a preliminary injunction involving a lawsuit in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio.
The Biden regime’s government contractor mandate sparked a vast flurry of federal lawsuits from Arizona, Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, and Georgia, which argued that the regime did not have the legal authority to require the experimental injections, and that any such mandate was in direct violation of the U.S. Constitution.
The mandates are part of the regime’s plan to get more Americans injected with an experimental vaccine that CDC officials confirm does not prevent individuals from contracting or spreading COVID-19.
Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate plan further involves using an emergency regulation from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) would force private companies with 100 or more employees to require the injections.
The federal contractor mandate shutdown comes as several OSHA mandate challenges are pending in appellate courts. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently stopped the enforcement of Biden’s OSHA regulation temporarily, and the Sixth Circuit is set to consider the challenges.
Already, the Sixth Circuit has denied the government’s request to move the case to Washington, D.C., and has refused the Biden regime’s request to hold it on abeyance.