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An injunction prohibiting the federal government from implementing Joe Biden’s mandatory vaccination requirement for federal employees was granted by a Trump-appointed federal judge in Texas on Friday and is binding nationally.

Anti-Biden vaccine opponents were expected to prevail at trial, thus U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Brown prohibited the government from imposing the obligation.

This case was about whether the president may “force millions of federal workers to undergo a medical treatment as a condition of their employment” simply by signing an executive order, according to Brown’s decision.

Currently, as the Supreme Court has said, “it is a bridge too far,” as Brown pointed out.

Kari Lake, a Republican candidate in Arizona, tweeted, “BREAKING: Another unlawful mandate by Joe Biden falls down!” to celebrate the news.

“A Southern District Court in Texas recently defended medical freedom and ruled against the forced COVID shot for federal workers,” Lake stated..

“Arizona must follow suit and prevent ALL employees from losing their job for not getting the injection,” Lake then proclaimed.

The Justice Department has said that it intends to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court.

 


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