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The Department of Justice released a statement a few minutes ago saying they will appeal the decision by the Trump appointed judge that nixed Biden’s transportation mask mandate if the CDC says masking should be mandatory.

Here’s the statement from the DOJ website:

The U.S. Department of Justice today released the following statement on Health Freedom Defense Fund Inc., et. al. v. Biden, et. al. from spokesman Anthony Coley:

“The Department of Justice and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) disagree with the district court’s decision and will appeal, subject to CDC’s conclusion that the order remains necessary for public health. The Department continues to believe that the order requiring masking in the transportation corridor is a valid exercise of the authority Congress has given CDC to protect the public health. That is an important authority the Department will continue to work to preserve.

“On April 13, 2022, before the district court’s decision, CDC explained that the order would remain in effect while it assessed current public health conditions, and that the Transportation Security Administration would extend its directive implementing the order until May 3 to facilitate CDC’s assessment.

“If CDC concludes that a mandatory order remains necessary for the public’s health after that assessment, the Department of Justice will appeal the district court’s decision.”

In other words there is no appeal in the works yet unless the CDC tells them to do so.


So ignore all of the headlines (and there are many) claiming that the DOJ will appeal the decision, because at the moment that’s still yet to be determined.

And it may still take weeks for the CDC to reach their conclusions, so nothing is set in stone.

I will note that the public clearly wants the mask mandate to remain dead. There were videos on social media yesterday passengers celebrating the death of Biden’s transportation mask mandate. Here’s a couple of them: