August 26, 2022 | D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s order mandating all District employees receive the experimental CV-19 vaxx, was struck down by D.C. Superior Court Judge, Maurice A. Ross. The Plaintiffs included the Fraternal Order of Police, the Metropolitan Police Department Labor Committee, and the D.C. Police Union.
Gregg Pemberton, the D.C. Police Union Chairman stated in response to the decision, “Now, all of our members can go back to doing the necessary work of trying to protect our communities from crime and violence without unlawful threats of discipline and termination.”
In the 17-page decision, Judge Ross ruled that the Mayor “lacks legal authority to impose a vaccine mandate” and ordered full reimbursement be provided for any loss of pay or benefits.
On another front, the Mayor ended up walking back a mandatory CV vaxx requirement for students to attend public school this fall in the District. Thanks to public pressure and pushback through the Courts, Americans are gaining momentum in restoring medical freedom and upholding the Constitution. -JD
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