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Zero Hedge reported on Sept. 24 that Florida Circuit Judge, Monica Brassington, granted a request for an emergency injunction blocking a mandatory vaccination policy for city employees that was scheduled to take effect on Oct. 1 in Gainesville.
The Gainesville City Commission decided on Aug. 5 that all city employees would need to be vaccinated against the Covid viruses. A week later, City Manager Lee Feldman ordered employees to receive at least one dose of the vaccine by Oct. 1 and to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 14. In response, more than 200 city employees filed a lawsuit over the injunction. The suit states that the Covid vaccines do not stop the spread of the virus; Many people have natural immunity; Local hospitals are not experiencing bed shortages; The injunction also violates the right to privacy under the Florida Constitution.
Florida’s Republican attorney general, Ashley Moody, filed an amicus brief in support of the plaintiffs. The city, for its part, presented no evidence, called no witnesses, and submitted no affidavits or declarations. The judge found that the government had no evidence that showed that the vaccine injunction was within the minimum limits of what the government could do and ruled in favor of the plaintiffs. The city was enjoined from enforcing the injunction and from firing or disciplining any employee who did not comply with the vaccine mandate.
Ineffective and harmful Covid vaccines’ evidence was overwhelming and irrefutable all over the world. This judicial victory in Florida will encourage more and more people who are subject to mandatory vaccination to take up the legal gauntlet and resist the government’s unjustified and tyrannical injunction.
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