After a lengthy legal battle following the Empire State's abolishment of religious exemptions, the state Supreme Court delivered a long-awaited victory to unvaccinated staff members in the Big Apple who were let go for preserving their natural immunity.
"Being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting Covid-19," the court ruled, ordering all affected employees who were fired to be immediately reinstated with back pay.
Covid jab mandates, the court went on to confirm, were "about compliance," having absolutely nothing to do with public health. Forcing people to get injected is "unconstitutional, arbitrary, and capricious," the court further said.
Attorney Chad LaVeglia announced the verdict outside the Richmond County courthouse, declaring the city's now-defunct covid jab mandate to be "null and void."
"So, we just defeated the vaccine mandate for every single city employee – not just sanitation," LaVeglia further stated.
All public workers, including the New York Fire Department (NYPD), the New York Police Department (NYPD), and the Department of Corrections, are free to come back to work unvaccinated, with back pay – and there is nothing the covid fascists can do about it.
"For all the brave men and women who have been our first responders and have been brave through all this are now free, and you should be able to go back to work," LaVeglia added.
The suit that led to this verdict was filed by George Garvey and 15 other workers at the Department of Sanitation who were terminated for refusing to permanently destroy their DNA with covid injections.
They filed it on July 20, which eventually led to Judge Ralph Porzio ruling against New York City and its mandate, which did contain exceptions. Porzio also called out Mayor Eric Adams, a Democrat, for making "a different decision for similarly situated people based on identical facts" in his Executive Order No. 62.
Because NYC's covid jab mandate was being selectively applied, Porzio decided that it was arbitrary and capricious. He says there is nothing on the record to "support the rationality of keeping a vaccination mandate for public employees, while vacating the mandate for private sector employees or creating a carveout for certain professions, like athletes, artists, and performers."
"This is clearly an arbitrary and capricious action because we are dealing with identical unvaccinated people being treated differently by the same administrative agency," Porzio further declared.
All but one of the 16 plaintiffs in the case had requested exemptions, only to receive "generalized and vague denials," prompting the suit. They were also prevented from working for "no reason" while their exemptions were being processed, depriving them of pay.
"There was no reason why the City of New York could not continue with a vaccinate or test policy, like the Mayor's Executive Order that was issued in August 2021," Porzio said.
Roughly 80 percent of the City is said to be vaccinated, which only further destroys the credibility of the now-defunct mandate. Eighty percent should easily constitute "herd immunity," even as defined by the drug-pushers.
"It is clear that the Health Commissioner has the authority to issue public health mandates," Porzio went on to state. "No one is refuting that authority. However, the Health Commissioner cannot create a new condition of employment for City employees."
In the comments, someone emphasized that this whole thing was a "crock" from the very beginning.
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