• November 28, 2021

Federal Court of Appeals allows CDC’s moratorium on unconstitutional eviction to remain in effect

A federal appeals court on Friday refused to end the CDC’s unconstitutional moratorium on evictions.

A three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rejected an offer to block the eviction moratorium.

The case is likely to go to the Supreme Court.

The Associated Press reported:

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A federal appeals court on Friday allowed the COVID-19-related pause on evictions imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be maintained, sparking a likely battle in the nation’s highest court.

A three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rejected an offer from Alabama and Georgia realtors to block the eviction moratorium reinstated earlier this month. The panel said the appeals court had rejected a similar offer and a lower court also refused to overturn the moratorium.

“In view of that decision and in the file before us, we also deny the emergency motion addressed to this court,” the judges said in the ruling.

Earlier this month, the CDC announced a new 60-day moratorium on evictions.

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky acted independently and signed the order.

“This moratorium is the right thing to do to keep people in their homes and out of congregational settings where COVID-19 is spreading,” Walensky said. “These mass evictions and the consequent consequences for public health would be very difficult to reverse.”

“This order will expire on October 3, 2021 and applies in counties in the United States that experience high and substantial levels of community transmission levels of SARS-CoV-2,” according to a statement, adding that the moratorium “allows additional time for rent relief. ” to reach tenants and further increase vaccination rates. “

There are heavy criminal penalties for homeowners who violate this order signed by Walensky.

– Potential $ 100,000 fine and 1 year in jail if eviction does not result in death
– Fine of up to $ 250,000 and 1 year in jail if the evicted person dies

Joe Biden knowingly violated the Constitution and admitted that he is confident that the case will get caught in court to further his agenda.

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