The Supreme Court Just Did Something That SEVERELY Curbs Your Freedoms!


We really can’t expect Biden’s cohort to act against his mandates because they’re all afraid of their supreme leader.

Biden’s unconstitutional COVID-19 mandates are out of touch with what’s really happening in the ground. Now, even Supreme Court justice whom the American people ultimately rely on sided with the illegitimate president.

Just to let you, this is the same high court that refused to review the fraud-ridden 2020 election.

But the same high court that refused to review the fraud-ridden 2020 election is standing by the illegitimate president’s federal transportation mask mandate.

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on Thursday dismissed an emergency request to block the federal mask mandate for air travel amid litigation in the lower courts.

According to court papers, the emergency request was filed by a Florida resident Michael Seklecki on behalf of himself and his 4-year-old autistic son, who both claim to be medically incapable of wearing masks for extended periods, according to court papers.

Gateway Pundit reported:

In October, Seklecki presented a note from a doctor to Frontier Airlines explaining he and his son, Michael Seklecki Jr., are medically exempt from wearing a mask, but they were barred from boarding the flight without the face covering.

Seklecki then requested a mask exemption from the Transportation Security Administration, but TSA denied his request.

The Florida parent and his son are now indefinitely banned from Frontier Airlines for failing to comply with the mask mandate, making it impossible for them to commute to Boston Children’s Hospital, where Seklecki Jr. is treated for gastroenterology and motility disorders, Boston 25 News reports.

On Nov. 9, Seklecki filed a lawsuit against TSA as well as Spirit and Frontier airlines, requesting a stay and preliminary injunction of the mask mandate with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.

The appellate court denied the request, prompting Seklecki to file the request with the Supreme Court on Dec. 3.

Roberts, who handles emergency requests from Washington, D.C., where the case arose, denied the request without comment — and without referring the matter to the other justices, a sign that he thought the claim lacked legal merit.

Under an executive order signed by Joe Biden, the Transportation Security Administration requires passengers on airplanes and other public transportation to wear masks to reduce the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wear masks on air travel will be in effect through March 18, 2022.

Sources: TheGatewayPundit, Boston25News