Joe Biden’s approval ratings are at all-time lows.
That hasn’t stopped Biden from pushing forward with his federal vaccine mandate.
But Joe Biden just lost another court case that could be the final nail in the coffin of his vaccine mandate.
Joe Biden recently imposed a nationwide, federal vaccine mandate on all healthcare workers who are employed by facilities that accept Medicaid or Medicare funds from the government.
However, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Judge Matthew Schelp, just placed Biden’s mandate on hold until legal challenges played out, ruling that the ten states that have filed legal challenges to the mandate would likely win based on the merits.
Judge Schelp blasted the administration’s vaccine mandate for violating the U.S. Constitution.
“C.M.S. seeks to overtake an area of traditional state authority by imposing an unprecedented demand to federally dictate the private medical decisions of millions of Americans,” Judge Schelp ruled. “Such action challenges traditional notions of federalism.”
Since Congress did not legislate the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services the power to mandate vaccination, Judge Schelp ruled that the plaintiffs were likely to succeed in the case.
This is the second setback for Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandates, as the Fifth Circuit of Appeals extended a stay blocking Joe Biden’s mandate for companies that employ more than 100 workers from going into effect.
Of course, critics have pointed out that Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates were blatantly unconstitutional from the moment they were issued.
And now several federal judges across multiple jurisdictions agree.
This is the first time in American history that a U.S. President attempted to mandate a vaccine for the general population.
But Biden’s vaccine mandate doesn’t have anything to do with public health.
It’s about using the virus as an excuse to extend the unconstitutional and unlimited raw power of the federal government over the American people.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.