Judge Jams Biden Jab Mandate…For Now

There have been no shortage of controversial decisions made by the Biden administration over the course of the last 9 months, from neglecting the border to leaving Afghanistan.  This week, however, the judicial system stepped in to, at least temporarily, restore sanity on one subject.

It was just weeks ago that Joe Biden declared that all federal workers would need to receive a vaccine against COVID-19, with only a few exceptions possible.  The move conjured a great deal of outrage among the populous, prompting calls of tyranny and medical overreach.

Now, however, that mandate is facing some serious legal trouble.

A Washington, D.C., district court judge issued a minute order Thursday asking the Biden administration to agree that both civilian and active-duty military plaintiffs will not be terminated while they await a ruling after they sued the administration over religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccines.

“None of the civilian employee plaintiffs will be subject to discipline while his or her request for a religious exception is pending,” read a minute order from District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly obtained by Fox News.

And also…

The judge also asked the administration to agree that “active duty military plaintiffs, whose religious exception requests have been denied, will not be disciplined or separated during the pendency of their appeals.”

The move will likely be applauded by a vast number of Americans, who’ve long been railing against this wild government overreach.