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WASHINGTON — “[T]he ‘conservatives’ are sitting around looking for little technicalities they can use to strike down the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) mandate while preserving the health care worker mandate to give some semblance of ‘balance,’” wrote Chris Menahan for Information Liberation.
The Supreme Court has issued its opinion striking down the Biden regimes “vaccine” mandate for large employers but upholding the mandate on healthcare workers.
The 6-3 decision on the large employer mandate saw Chief Justice John Roberts along with justices Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas in the majority with justices Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagen and Sonia Sotomayor. Robert and Kavanaugh joined Breyer, Kagen and Sotomayor in denying the rights of healthcare worked in the 5-4 decision. In both decisions, the Constitution had little to nothing to do with the opinions.
Of course, many conservatives cheered the decision as a major win. In reality, it is at best a minor win that buys some time as the mandates rage on.
“If anything, the court’s ruling validated that the executive branch can write law, which is a clear violation of Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution they took an oath to uphold,” wrote Time Brown. “While it lets employers with more than 100 employees off the hook … for now, at least, the reality is that this pretended legislation they call ‘administrative law,’ which the Constitution knows nothing about, continues to oppress those who work in healthcare in another clear violation of our laws that requires equal protection under the law.”
So, let’s look at the 6-3 decision.
“Although Congress has indisputably given OSHA the power to regulate occupational dangers, it has not given that agency the power to regulate public health more broadly,” the 6-3 opinion states. “Requiring the vaccination of 84 million Americans, selected simply because they work for employers with more than 100 employees, certainly falls in the latter category.”
Here’s a question. Where is occupational safety and health mentioned in the Constitution? It’s not. OSHA is an unconstitutional agency that should be shut down. Congress does not have authority to create unconstitutional agencies. Everything that OSHA does and says others are required to do is unlawful.
David Knight said that “where the conservatives fail is in the ratcheting effect,” and what those justices in the 6-3 majority are “saying is ‘these bureaucracies don’t have that power because it wasn’t specifically given to them by Congress.’ Do you see how we’re sliding down into the abyss?”
“The Constitution says the federal government doesn’t have powers that are not specifically given to it, but the conservatives are saying ‘the Congress can give you any power it wants.’ See, that’s the fatal error that underlies all of this, that goes back quite some time …. No, they cannot delegate powers to the bureaucracy that the bureaucracy did not have in the first place,” Knight said.
While this is a minor victory at best, there is another legal case that has received little attention. Knight said this is a legal case that could offer some real hope. That is in Coker et al. v. Austin et al. under U.S. Federal District Judge Allen Winsor.
Winsor, in a Jan. 6 ruling, ruled against the Department of Defenses’ request to stay discovery.
“The judge’s ruling allowing the discovery phase to continue is significant, as, during this process, evidence indicating potential federal government and military wrongdoing may be uncovered,” The Defender reported.
What that case concerns is whether any approved “vaccines” are available or only those under Emergency Use Authorization, and it’s been proven over and over again that no approved “vaccine” is available. That means every jab available remains experimental, and absolutely nobody can be mandated to take it.
Make no mistake, SCOTUS will not stop corporations from mandating the jabs and has stated the government can mandate it as well as long as they go through a different process.
“It’s important to understand that the Supreme Court opinion today is largely based on the argument that Congress didn’t expressly authorize a vaccine mandate in the OSH Act of 1970,” Michael Boldin wrote for the Tenth Amendment Center. “So, if Congress does just that, we can count on SCOTUS to back up their power as they usually do. But, under the Constitution, the OSH Act of 1970 was unconstitutional from day one.”
Boldin added: “Whether Congress gets around to expanding their own power this year, or in 50 years, we shouldn’t be surprised about it — unless the people reject the foundation of it all. That includes — no longer waiting for the federal government to limit its own power. It’s up to the people to preserve their own Constitution.”
Indeed, that conclusion by Boldin is important. Don’t allow this opinion to lull you to sleep. The mandates are raging on. This was just a minor setback for the tyrants. It’s up to you to fight it and not wait for some court to save you.
“Freedom lives only in the individual. Freedom is not based on ‘rights,’ because no man can give freedom to another, and no government can give or define any ‘rights’ of man. No paper drafted by any other, by any group, or any government has worth, because freedom can only be attained and held by each of us independently and individually. All freedom is inherent to humanity, but must be constantly defended and taken; never asked for, decided by fiat, or thought to exist due to the insanity of voting. Go forth, and claim your own liberty!” wrote Gary Barnett.
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