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Wednesday 26 October 2022

There is Justice In Some Places

This a good day for fired city workers in New York:

"New York City’s controversial COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal workers was enacted illegally and employees who were fired for refusing to comply must be immediately reinstated with back pay, a state judge has ruled.

“It is time for the City of New York to do what is right and what is just,” Staten Island Supreme Court Justice Ralph Porzio wrote in a decision made public Tuesday.

More than 1,750 city workers were fired for refusing to get vaccinated, including 36 members of the NYPD and more than 950 Department of Education employees.

In his 13-page ruling, Porzio said then-city Health Commissioner David Chokshi’s Oct. 20, 2021, order “violates the separation of powers doctrine” enshrined in the state constitution.

Chokshi also violated the workers’ “substantive and procedural due process rights” and didn’t have “the power and authority to permanently exclude [them] from their workplace,” Porzio said."

The mandates were evil. The lockdowns were evil. Let the justice now roll on. The let's just move on and forget crowd, need to be quiet, and also made to watch those who were fired, suppressed, bullied, and wronged now be compensated. They need to see how wrong they were. 

We will move on, after Justice has been enacted. Like it now has for New York city workers. Praise God. 

You were right not to comply, maybe not all of you will be vindicated in this life, but let's celebrate every victory like this. This is a good day for these workers. 

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