World Wide Rally For Freedom Takes Place In Central London

Source: Martin Pope / Getty

In the latest NY Supreme Court ruling, New York City has been ordered to bring back workers that were fired due to refusal to get the Covid vaccine. Bloomberg reports:  

New York City was ordered to reinstate a group of sanitation workers fired for refusing to get a Covid-19 vaccine after a state court judge ruled the mandate was unlawful. 

In an order dated Monday, a judge in Staten Island said the city health commissioner has the authority to issue public health mandates but cannot create a new condition of employment for municipal employees, cannot prohibit them from reporting to work and cannot terminate employees. 

“Being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting Covid-19,” Justice Ralph J. Forzio wrote. “As of the day of this decision, CDC guidelines regarding quarantine and isolation are the same for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals. The petitioners should not have been terminated for choosing not to protect themselves. We have learned through the course of the pandemic that the vaccine against Covid-19 is not absolute.” 

Also, Vince breaks down the Pennsylvania senate debate between Dr. Oz and John Fetterman.  

Listen Here: