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BREAKING: Biden Scraps Vax Mandate for Large Employers

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Breaking news out of the White House Tuesday as it announced it is scrapping its vaccine-or-test mandate for large employers. The decision comes shortly after the Supreme Court blocked the rule pending further review just two weeks ago.

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) said in a statement, “Although OSHA is withdrawing the vaccination and testing ETS as an enforceable emergency temporary standard, the agency is not withdrawing the ETS as a proposed rule.”

“The agency is prioritizing its resources to focus on finalizing a permanent COVID-19 Healthcare Standard…OSHA continues to strongly encourage the vaccination of workers against the continuing dangers posed by Covid-19 in the workplace,” the statement continued.

In a 6-3 vote earlier this month, the Supreme Court found OSHA lacked authority to impose the mandate, because the law created “empowers the Secretary to set workplace safety standards, not broad public health measures.”

The case was to be returned to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati, but now that the Labor Department dropped the mandate, any outstanding legal proceedings will be dropped.

Another blow was also handed to the administration’s mandate on Friday when a federal judge in Texas ended Biden’s enforcement of the vaccine mandate for federal workers.

Judge Jeffrey Brown wrote in his 20-page ruling:

“This case is not about whether folks should get vaccinated against COVID-19 — the court believes they should…It is not even about the federal government’s power, exercised properly, to mandate vaccination of its employees. It is instead about whether the president can, with the stroke of a pen and without the input of Congress, require millions of federal employees to undergo a medical procedure as a condition of their employment. That, under the current state of the law as just recently expressed by the Supreme Court, is a bridge too far.”

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Fauci and wife’s net worth ‘skyrocketed’ to $12.6 million at the end of 2021

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No wonder Dr. Anthony Fauci was in no rush for the global COVID-19 pandemic to come to an end; it was making him a very wealthy man. According to a report from the non-profit OpenTheBooks,  a government spending watchdog group, Fauci and his wife’s networth grew by $5 million during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The combined wealth of the 81-year-old retiring director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and his bioethicist wife, Christine Grady, soared from $7.5 million in 2019 to $12.6 million at the end of 2021.”

“Despite becoming a figure of controversy, the system has rewarded Dr. Fauci handsomely,” the group’s CEO, Adam Andrzejewski, told Fox News Digital. “While Dr. Fauci has been a government bureaucrat for more than 55 years, his household net worth skyrocketed during the pandemic.”

Specific chunks of money came in part to “major salary increases, cash awards and royalties, according to the report.”

“Fauci’s soaring net worth was based on career-end salary spiking, lucrative cash prizes awarded by non-profit organizations around the world and an ever-larger investment portfolio,” Andrzejewski said.

“He is the top-paid federal employee, his first-year golden parachute retirement pension is the largest in federal history, and he’s accepting $1 million prizes from foreign non-profits,” he added.

The New York Post reports:

Last year, Fauci raked in lucrative awards from nonprofits, including $1 million from the Dan David Foundation for “speaking truth to power” and “defending science” during the Trump Administration.

He kept $910,400 of that award, while roughly 10% went to scholarship winners, according to OpenTheBooks report.

His total compensation was $456,028 last year, up from the $434,312 he earned in 2020.

Overall, the couple’s investments also increased by more than $900,000 in 2021 while their portfolios — which included trust, retirement and college education accounts — jumped $800,000 in 2020, according to the analysis.

At the end of last year, Fauci’s account totaled $10.2 million and  Grady’s had reached $2.4 million in investments.

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