This is hilarious.
In September, the Biden regime dropped the iron fist on the private sector and ordered that all employees be stabbed or tested weekly for Covid … OR OTHERWISE.
In addition to the fact that all 2.1 million federal employees are being told to be stabbed or shot in the face, the Biden regime has ordered all businesses with 100+ employees to either test workers or prove they have been vaccinated.
Small businesses that do not comply with the Biden regime’s new Covid mandates will be fined heavily.
The mandate was supposed to take effect on January 4, 2022.
However, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the fifth round on Friday night upheld its decision to stop Biden’s wax mandate for companies with 100 employees.
Just after Biden announced his wax mandate in September, his garbage chief Ron Klain tweeted back MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle, boasting that OSHA’s enforcing the mandate was the “ultimate solution for the federal government.”
Courts are considering the intent and purpose of policies, so Klain’s retweet acknowledging that the OSHA rule was a “roadblock” to implementing the illegal mandate immediately jeopardized Biden’s wax agenda.
Constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley blown Ron Klain for re-tweeting Stephanie Ruhle’s OSHA tweet, saying Klain had effectively become a witness for the challengers.
“The deer was breathtakingly stupid on the eve of litigation over the order. “It reminds me of President Biden who admitted that his own White House lawyer and their preferential legal experts all said that the eviction moratorium extension was probably unconstitutional,” Jonathan Turley told Fox News in September.
“Courts will now be asked to ignore the recognition and maintain a self-recognized evasion of constitutional limits,” Turley added. The “problem is that the thing that is ‘being reworked’ is the Constitution.”
“Klain effectively became a witness for the challengers by describing the order as an evasion or dehydration designed for the courts. Klain leaves the courts in the unenviable position of ratifying an order recognizing the administration that it is a mere job to evade constitutional limits. “It’s similar to claiming self-defense in an assault case while saying it’s the best way to shoot the guy,” Turley said.
Klain’s retweet appeared in the 5th Circuit Court’s ruling on Friday.
A Ron Klain retweet makes an appearance in the 5th Circuit ruling on the OSHA rule. pic.twitter.com/4zvJCRrYK1
– John Fritze (@jfritze) 13 November 2021
The Court of Appeal also stated that the mandate “exposed [petitioners] to serious financial risks “and” threaten to destroy their workforce (and business prospects). “