A three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of Joe Biden’s November 4 command that companies employing 100 or more people force their workers to take an mRNA injection, the slightly different Johnson and Johnson vaccine, or take expensive COVID-19 tests multiple times per week, and also wear controversial “masks,” regardless of their jab status.
As it is with most dystopian sci-fi fiction, if one studies the details of this, a picture of both fraudulent jurisprudence and bogus so-called “reportage” begins to coalesce.
The first prominent fraud can be seen in how an outlet such as The Washington Post depicts the Biden Labor Department edict.
The headline affixed to Ann Marimow’s piece -- “Appeals court reinstates Biden’s vaccine policy for businesses, setting up a likely showdown at Supreme Court” -- softens the reality of what Biden is attempting to do. It’s not “policy.” It is more than that. It is an Executive Branch edict being executed through the toweringly unconstitutional, blatantly fascistic, Labor Department, established under Taft in 1903, by way of its anti-constitutional sub-thugs at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), established under Richard Nixon, in 1970. Biden doesn’t own these businesses. The Labor Department doesn’t own them, and neither does OSHA. No one in any branch of the US government risked their own time, labor, capital, and hopes to start any of those businesses or to get a job at any of them. The breach of morality here is manifest and insulting. A “policy” is for something over which one has a just claim of control.
This is gangsterism.
But there’s more to this soft-pedal deception than a mere headline. Marimow throws the smokescreen herself in the first paragraph:
A federal appeals court on Friday reinstated the Biden administration’s coronavirus vaccination policy for large private businesses, reversing an earlier court ruling that had halted one of the White House’s signature efforts to reduce transmission and drive down case counts.
She also claims it is about “vaccines” – and mRNA injections are not traditional vaccinations.
And she claims that this is a “signature effort” by the White House to “reduce transmission and drive down case counts” – neither of which have been effectuated by the jabs, or mask mandates, or lockdowns.
But it gets worse. In her third paragraph, she includes such wild fantasy, one might as well be reading dystopian lit.
The Justice Department had asked the court to clear the way for the policy designed to protect workers at large private businesses from the virus that has killed more than 800,000 people in the United States.
Claiming that an Executive Branch diktat is a “policy designed to protect workers” is akin to claiming that a kidnapper is “protecting” the victim from going outside. If a person wants to get an mRNA injection, he or she can. Goodness knows we’ve already paid for them.
She also claims that the “virus” had “killed more than 800,000 people in the United States.”
Which is a statement with absolutely zero connection to reality. Simply put, there is no possible way to know how many people died due to COVID19, or even “with” COVID19, because the US government has subsidized over-reporting of COVID19 deaths, and the US government for many, many months stipulated that the primary test used to “diagnose” the disease, the Polymerase Chain Reaction test, be run into so many “cycles” that false positives were almost always assured.
It would be nice if a so-called “reporter” bothered to mention that at the WaPo.
And it would be nice if a judge on this Sixth Circuit three-judge panel would mention that, and mention the US Constitution, while working on our dime.
That definitely applies to judicial parasite Judge Jane B. Stranch, who, in her majority opinion, blithely assumes OSHA has some semblance of constitutional legitimacy, and overlooks the logic of vaccines – when they WORK.
’The record establishes that COVID-19 has continued to spread, mutate, kill, and block the safe return of American workers to their jobs. To protect workers, OSHA can and must be able to respond to dangers as they evolve,’ according to the opinion written by Judge Jane B. Stranch.
But, has the virus “continued to block the safe return of 84 million American workers to their jobs”?
This is a virus which, even with the inflated stats, has a survivability rate over 99 percent. And it is, statistically, the most infirm and unhealthy who are at higher risk within that final percentage point. Those folks are near, at, or beyond retirement age.
Even IF one assumes that the government has some place in telling workers whether they can work, telling employers whether they can run their own endeavors, and telling consumers they will have to pay tons more for products and services because of all the arbitrary artificial edicts placed on business, the rationale the judge offers is utterly disconnected from reality.
Then there’s the assumption that this is done to “protect” anyone.
That’s called mafia protection. Watch what happens if you don’t accept the so-called “protection.”
And, even IF someone believes the jabs confer protection from transmission or lower the intensity of symptoms, each worker can protect himself or herself.
By claiming that jabs must be mandated, the judge implies that, unless you are jabbed, my jab won’t work.
That’s not what “vaccines” are for.
This is rampant idiocy, flagrant disregard for the US Constitution, which doesn’t enumerate any “business regulation” power to the feds, be they in Congress or the Executive Branch, and extreme immorality.
The case could have been brought from this panel to the full Sixth Circuit, but the plaintiffs already have appealed to the Supreme Court, and it is being read by Justice Kavanaugh.
And while we wait on that, we can remember this:
On Capitol Hill, Senate Republicans pushed through a recent proposal that aims to repeal the vaccine or testing requirements for private companies, saying the rules are unconstitutional and put jobs at risk. Two Democrats, Sens. Joe Manchin III (W.Va.) and Jon Tester (Mont.), joined their GOP colleagues in passing the measure, which is expected to face resistance in the House.
Enjoy the knowledge that your right to engage in free contract and free association with others is in someone else’s hands – be it in Congress, the White House, or the courts.
This is the “land of the free,” after all.