Biden sued over mask mandate for travelers — Analysis

Lawsuits claiming that masks are required on buses, trains, planes and airplanes go against all legal guidelines

Texas filed a lawsuit on Wednesday claiming that Americans are being forced to wear masks while they travel, which goes against what the US Health Authorities have legal authority to do.

Congresswoman Elizabeth Van Duyne (R-Texas) filed the lawsuit in a federal court on Wednesday, joined by the Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) nonprofit and the state’s Attorney General Ken Paxton. In addition to the US government, the lawsuit was filed in federal court by Elizabeth Van Duyne (Republican from Texas), along with Ken Paxton (Texas Public Policy Foundation) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“It is time for all mandates to be lifted, including those affecting airline passengers,”Van Duyne claimed, accusing CDC of causing “untold damage”The USA with its “constantly changing science, fluctuating recommendations and oppressive need to control all aspects of society.”

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The lawsuit argues that the CDC’s mask mandates amount to an abuse of power and violate constitutional authority – the same reasoning used to successfully challenge the agency’s eviction moratorium in May 2021 and vaccination mandates for cruise lines in July.

“The CDC is relying on specific and narrowly tailored provisions in the law to exercise enormously broad powers Congress has not granted the agency,” said TPPF’s senior attorney Matt Miller. The organization’s general counsel Robert Henneke also denounced the “tyranny”Biden government in the name Covid-19

AG Paxton has announced his participation in the lawsuit describedThe mask mandate “anti-science, virtue-signaling”It was called “it” “not only silly, but illegal too.”

The President Joe Biden issued his first executive order requiring the use of facial masks when on federal property. He also announced that he would be launching a new initiative called “An Act to Protect Our National Property.” “100-day masking challenge.”This was 392 years ago. This requirement for passengers on public transport, including planes and trains, was in effect from February 1, 2021. It has since been extended three more times. If not renewed, it will expire in March.

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