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The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled Friday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention overstepped its authority and engaged in federal overreach by issuing an eviction moratorium during the pandemic.

The Cincinnati-based federal court agreed with a lower court ruling, which had called the moratorium on evictions unlawful, according to The Epoch Times.

“It is not our job as judges to make legislative rules that favor one side or another,” Circuit Judge John Bush, who President Donald Trump appointed, said in the court’s opinion. “But nor should it be the job of bureaucrats embedded in the executive branch. While landlords and tenants likely disagree on much, there is one thing both deserve: for their problems to be resolved by their elected representatives.”

The CDC originally made the order in September 2020 to ban evictions for tenants that lost money due to the pandemic and was eventually upheld by Congress. The policy is set to expire on July 31.

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Video: CDC admits to collecting your DNA with PCR test

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The Centers for Disease Control published a controversial post on Twitter Wednesday, admitting that Americans who took a Covid nasal swab PCR test may have had their DNA harvested.

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Bill Maher Addresses Just How Often the CDC has Been Wrong

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Late night host Bill Maher lays waste to the Democratic-CDC narrative about COVID, saying it’s time to get back to normal

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CDC Director Makes SHOCKING Admission About Covid-19 Deaths [WATCH]

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Months after multiple prominent social media accounts were suspended for pointing out that many of the people who died from Covid-19 had multiple comorbidities, the CDC director admitted yesterday that 75% of those who have died from Covid-19 have four or more comborbidities.  WATCH:

The CDC director just said over 75% of “covid deaths” occurred in people with at least four comorbidities. Since Biden can’t shut down covid, suddenly all this data is getting shared publicly. pic.twitter.com/NKvproy3lx

— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 10, 2022

The Director’s shocking admission calls in to question the authoritarian lockdowns that the United States and most of the world endured for a year after the pandemic, and that many countries are still under.  If the vast majority of Covid-19 deaths occured among people who were severely immunocompromised, perhaps they could have self quarantined instead of the entire population.

The Director’s announcement comes on the heels of other discoveries that undermine the media and government’s narrative on Covid-19.

Last month, researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine confirmed that Covid-19 immunity lasts years after initial infection, and may even last a lifetime.

After the severity of the Omicron variant was overhyped to justify more lockdowns and vaccine passports, the United Kingdom’s Health Minister, Gillian Keegan, was forced to admit last month that only one person had died from the Omicron Variant and that none of those hospitalized from it were on ventilators.

Restrictions implemented as a result of Covid-19 have had devastating effects on both the world economy and civil liberties.  In the United States, schools are once again closing down and those that are open are subjecting children to mask mandates.

Last week, it was revealed that a school district in Washington state was forcing children to eat lunch outside in near freezing temperatures.

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