Federal Judge Orders No Vaccine Mandate for United Airlines Employees
A federal judge has overridden the fascist, dictatorial vaccine mandate issued by the tyrannical Biden administration. We are approaching the deadlines for the unconstitutional Biden COVID mandates.
As these deadlines approach we are watching across the country as nurses, pilots, school teachers, and others affected by these mandates take to the streets to oppose being required to inject themselves with a vaccine that has only been around for about 10 months.
These protests aren’t just happening in the United States — they are taking place across the globe!
Protests against vaccine mandates intensify in Italy as deadline for workers in public or private jobs to show proof of vaccination or lose pay approaches. pic.twitter.com/Y8cHfQJq8B
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 9, 2021
Police tensions rise during the protest against the vaccine pass in Milan, Italy. pic.twitter.com/NnLs6jmBdY
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) October 9, 2021
WATCH: Nurse Protesting Vaccine Mandate for Hospital Workers Calls Decision Not to Vax ‘A No-Brainer’https://t.co/wzAybUV8oT
— Orsa Dyane (@DyaneOrsa) October 8, 2021
Clearly, the vaccine protests are working as we are watching Southwest Airlines come to a virtual standstill as employees refuse to be vaccinated. Their refusal prohibits them from going to work resulting in thousands of canceled flights.
Furthermore, a judge recently ordered United Airlines not to put workers seeking the vaccine mandate exemption on leave.
The Epoch Times reported:
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered United Airlines not to place workers seeking an exemption to the company’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate on unpaid leave.
The temporary ruling was issued by U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman so workers who filed for an exemption aren’t unduly harmed before he can hear oral arguments in the case.
Six United workers sued the company last month over its plans to put on leave any employees who requested religious or medical exemptions. The suit said the employees were effectively told they’d be terminated if they sought exemptions and alleged that the company was violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA.
“United’s actions have left Plaintiffs with the impossible choice of either taking the COVID-19 vaccine, at the expense of their religious beliefs and their health, or losing their livelihoods. In doing so, United has violated Title VII and the ADA by failing to engage in the interactive process and provide reasonable accommodations, and also by retaliating against employees who engaged in protected activity,” the suit states.
United and the plaintiffs reached an agreement that the company would not place exempted employees on leave during a Sept. 24 hearing, Pittman said, obviating the need for an immediate ruling. He planned to hear arguments on a motion for a preliminary injunction on Oct. 8 but United the day before the hearing filed a partial motion to dismiss, alleging the court lacked jurisdiction over some of the claims.