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Joe Biden and his administration often blame unvaccinated Americans for the pandemic, truth notwithstanding. Our country's Constitution protects freedom, but the unelected president doesn't.
In tonight's In-Depth Report, Church Militant's Hunter Bradford highlights the latest legal battle over the vaccine.
A New York judge's Thursday ruling protected the unvaccinated from Joe Biden's medical tyranny.
U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly issued a temporary restraining order, ensuring civilian and military employees can't be fired while their religious exemptions are being processed.
The attorney representing those suing the administration, Michael Yoder, blasted the president: "With this order we are one step closer to putting the Biden administration back in its place. It's time citizens and courts said no to tyranny. The Constitution does not need to be rewritten, it needs to be reread."
Yoder filed a complaint claiming the jab-or-job policy would "thrust our nation into a state more vulnerable than the United States has experienced in a quarter of a millennium."
Kollar-Kotelly also ordered the Biden administration to file a response to the court by no later than Friday.
Unsurprisingly, Biden's toadies are choosing to continue disciplining and firing employees even while their exemption cases are heard.
As of Saturday, over 11,000 Air Force personnel were unvaccinated shortly before the deadline of Tuesday this week.
Andrew Ansbro, firefighter's association president in New York, completely disagrees with a vaccine mandate.
Andrew Ansbro: "We're concerned that when they close firehouses, that response times are going to go through the roof. And response times — it's life and death."
Kollar-Kotelly issued the order on the same day as Florida's Catholic governor, Ron DeSantis, sued the Biden administration.
Ron DeSantis: "We are gonna seek a preliminary injunction so that this mandate isn't allowed to be imposed at the expense of the jobs of Floridians."
Twelve-thousand firemen and policemen from New York and Brooklyn marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on Oct. 25 to protest vaccine mandates.
Why are thousands of people protesting mandates? Alongside concerns about safety and personal freedom, some object to the vaccines' connection to cell lines taken from abortion victims.
Unelected Biden has a message for all those people who haven't gotten the jab.
Biden: "Get vaccinated."
The "My body, my choice" crowd is now singing a different tune.
According to Pentagon data, over 380,000 troops remain unvaccinated, with most of those coming from the Army.