Supreme Court Will Likely Reach Split Decision In Biden Case

( Last Friday the Supreme Court held oral arguments in the fast-track cases challenging the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandates.

The Court agreed to hear arguments on both the OSHA vaccine-or-test mandate for businesses with over 100 workers and the regulation from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requiring vaccinations for all health care workers.

Initially, a decision was expected as early as Monday, but as yet, the Court has yet to release its decision.

And as the country waits for the Supreme Court to rule, legal experts have weighed in on how they think the decisions will go.

According to attorney Harmeet Dhillon, who represented conservative news outlet the Daily Wire at last week’s Supreme Court hearing, it is likely the Court will offer a split decision – upholding the CMS mandate for healthcare workers while overturning the OSHA rule for larger businesses.

Appearing with Fox News host Tucker Carlson Monday night, Dhillon said from the direction the oral arguments took last Friday, it looked likely to her that five or six Justices will vote to enjoin the OSHA order. However, Dhillon explained, because the CMS order for healthcare workers is tied to federal funding, the justices seemed more likely to uphold that mandate.

The OSHA mandate went into effect on Monday, and according to Dhillon, the delay in a decision from the court is bound to produce not only tremendous expense, uncertainty, and stress, but also further disrupt the tenuous economy.

Dhillon posited that if the Supreme Court strikes down both mandates, it is likely that some states, including New York and California, will impose a statewide vaccine mandate. If that happens, Dhillon added, it will start a new round of litigation.

Watch Harmeet Dhillon on Tucker’s show HERE.