The California Supreme Court is refusing to hear any lawsuits that challenge the legal merits of Los Angeles County’s mask mandate.

The legal gut punch came on Thursday afternoon via the plaintiff Fadde Mikhail:

“Without hearing both sides’ initial arguments, the California Supreme Court declined today to hear a lawsuit that was filed last week by Dhillon Law Group, Inc. (@Dhillonwlaw) in conjunction with Richard Grenell’s (@RichardGrenell) Fix California PAC, and on behalf of plaintiff Fadde Mikhail (@fadde) against the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health challenging its new indoor mask mandate for vaccinated individuals, which is contrary to Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance,” the statement by Mikhail Fadde said.

“The mask mandate is overbroad and doesn’t follow nationally recognized and accepted guidance from the CDC or Cal/OSHA, which clearly states that ‘vaccinated persons are not required to wear face coverings in indoor spaces, but are encouraged to do so if they prefer’,” Fadde continued. “While cases have risen in Los Angeles and California, three disastrous mandates have resulted in no better mitigation outcomes than in mask-optional states such as Florida and Texas. Moreover, these mandates have already led to a decrease in business and revenue for already struggling businesses, and for no discernible public benefit.”

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