The vaccination mandates of  Joe Biden have been a real problem for working Americans. Not until this time, this Federal Judge listen to ordinary people and give us a huge victory.

Previously, in August…United Airlines have declared to all of its 67,000 US-based employees should be vaccinated for COVID by September 27 unless they have a religious or medical exemption.

But in reality, their so-called religious or medical exemption is just for the show… So many of its own employees are suing them in federal court in Texas because United Airlines is not accommodating religious or medical exemptions as promised – rather, the employees are being put on six years paid leave.

Then, Attorneys for the employees argued the airliner’s vaccine mandate violates the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

But a hero came along…

A federal judge in Texas has issued a temporary restraining order to stop United Airlines from placing employees on leave who claim exemptions from the COVID vaccines.

Roughly 2,000 out of the 67,000 US United employees, or less than 3%, requested an exemption from the mandate for religious or medical reasons. United said even if their requests for medical exemptions were granted, the workers would be placed on medical leave, which may or may not include some portion of their pay, depending upon their union contract. Employees whose requests for religious exemptions were granted would be placed on indefinite unpaid leave but retain their seniority rights if they returned to the company at an unspecified time in the future.

Reuters have reported that the order is in place until the 26th of October and the Judge also temporarily restrained the airline from denying any late requests for religious or medical accommodations.

This is a big win for these employees and a wake-up call for everyone who is trying to follow an illegal declaration of mandate.

Biden has been a disaster in just 9 months…Vaccines are getting complicated every day.

Sources: TheGatewayPundit, Reuters

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