AZ Officially Files First Lawsuit Challenging Biden Admin Employer Vaccine Mandate

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed the first lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate on Tuesday.

We’re hopefully going to be seeing a lot of other states following suit on this, because anyone who has read the Constitution knows that the federal government does not possess the power to force someone to put something inside their body against their will.

via Washington Examiner:

The lawsuit, filed Tuesday with the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona in search of declaratory relief, marks one of the first legal pursuits after numerous lawmakers from Republican-led states vowed to challenge Biden’s executive order last week. The order mandates employers require vaccines if they employ more than 100 workers, giving workers the option to be subjected to weekly tests as an alternative.

“The federal government cannot force people to get the COVID-19 vaccine,” Brnovich went on to say in a statement. “The Biden Administration is once again flouting our laws and precedents to push their radical agenda. There can be no serious or scientific discussion about containing the spread of COVID-19 that doesn’t begin at our southern border.”

Brnovich also criticized the “illegality and incoherence of Defendants’ policies, [which] is also apparent in their differential treatment among immigrants,” citing a press conference during which White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the coming vaccine mandate does not include illegal immigrants.

“In a nutshell: unauthorized aliens will not be subject to any vaccination requirements even when released directly into the United States (where most will remain), while roughly a hundred million U.S. citizens will be subject to unprecedented vaccination requirements,” the lawsuit went on to state.

This mandate is not constitutional. Period. This is just an attempt to usurp more power and authority from the people and then used it against others.