NYC Judge Blocks Bill De Blasio’s Vaccine Mandate

New York City’s vaccine mandate for city employees has been provisionally blocked by a judge, on the same day that the third policy of President Joe Biden’s federal vaccine rule was also blocked.

Judge Frank P Nervo, presiding over the Supreme Court of New York, Tuesday gave notice that the mandate was blocked, pending a court hearing listed for December 14.

Also on Tuesday US District Judge Stan Baker in Savannah, Georgia, ruled Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate requiring federal contractors to have employees fully vaccinated by January 18 was unlawful.

Judge Stan Baker said Congress didn’t explicitly authorise the president to use procurement to force a vaccine requirement on contractors that would have vast economic and political significance.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had on October 20 ordered all city employees to have at least their first shot by October 29 or risk being suspended without pay.

The ruling affected 160,500 employees, of whom 71 per cent were already vaccinated.

On November 1, Bill de Blasio said the mandate had the desired effect, and according to Bill de Blasio, the vaccination rate for city workers increased from 71 per cent on October 20 to 91 per cent by November 1.

But he later estimated 9,000 city employees were unvaccinated and forced onto unpaid leave. That prompted confusion amid concerns a deficit of police officers would further worsen the Big Apple’s well-documented crime problem.

It’s unclear how many have since got vaccinated and returned to their jobs, and how many are now, thanks to Judge Nervo’s ruling, able to go back to work.

The case was made by Anthony Marciano, who was represented by attorney Patricia Finn.

Patricia Finn posted stridently anti-vax messages on her Facebook page, writing in one, from May 2, 2020: ‘Smash the WuWHO Flu #Plandemic.

She said she proved there was no measles epidemic in New York last year, and that she smacked DOH seeking to force vaccinate disabled children in New York last week.

She said that she could prove there was no COVID too. @patriciafinnesq @elonmusk #nycgop.

Tweeting under the name ‘The Good Health Lawyer New York’, Finn has strongly challenged vaccine mandates.

In February, she said she wanted to run for governor of New York.

De Blasio, who hands over to the new elected Eric Adams on January 1, on Monday issued yet another COVID mandate, this time forcing employees of all privately-owned companies to get vaccinated.

This was a judge that read the Constitution, which was extremely refreshing, and political officials should stop trying to exploit emergency authority to decree their COVID policies.

We’re almost two years into the COVID era and it’s time to return to the rule of law, and the judges that keep making that point. Thank you.

Police, firefighters and other first responders who courageously worked through the pandemic when no one knew the risks deserve to keep their jobs, even if they don’t want to be vaccinated.

Big government is the threat that everyone warned about and many people thought were being alarmists, but now we’re seeing the more sinister future with frightening clarity, and no matter where you fall on the vaccine spectrum, a mandate like this is utterly wrong.

The world has become an increasingly scary place right now and darkness is all around us and if we don’t want to comply we shouldn’t have to, it’s a matter of choice, and this pandemic has given rise to a number of mini dictators across the world.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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