ATTORNEY PREDICTS VICTORY for NYC Workers Fighting in Court to Get Back Jobs Lost Over Covid Shot


“New York City is going to lose here in the end”

When speaking of the cases Kane v. de Blasio, Keil v. NYC, and New Yorkers for Religious Liberty (NYFRL) v. NYC, Attorney Barry Black predicts victory for NYC workers in the cases! Attorney Sujata Gibson agrees with him. Here is the quote from Black:


The government will lose, and that’s why New York City is going to lose here in the end. We feel very very strongly there’s no way around it unless we completely throw out a long line of Supreme Court cases that says otherwise. There’s no way the city has around it.” — Attorney Barry Black interviewed by Michael Kane today on CHD.TV


Watch entire interview by clicking HERE

Later Black goes on to state, “We’ve been calling it the pink elephant. I don’t think I’ve ever used that phrase “pink elephant” in litigation before. It’s not a very legal term but I think Sujata (Gibson) and I both feel comfortable using that word…because 4 or 5 times we have already argued it and the city has never answered it…because there is no answer…We think we have that smoking gun as you said.” Attorney Barry Black

“I spoke with a very, very experienced supreme court litigator. He shares my feeling. At the end of the day it is hard to envision a way that we don’t win. The facts are in our favor.”


The unfortunate reality is we don’t know WHEN this likely victory is to come. The path to justice in the courts is long and winding. Victory could come next week, could come next year. – mk

4 thoughts on “ATTORNEY PREDICTS VICTORY for NYC Workers Fighting in Court to Get Back Jobs Lost Over Covid Shot

  1. This is very good news Michael. I am still unemployed and would like to get my job back at the DOE. I’m praying the attorneys win the case and we can get back to work.


  2. Thanks for the good news! For folks like myself who are still on unpaid leave that is set to expire in early September, and who had to sign forms waiving our right to engage in legal action against the city in order to keep leave status for the year, if the city loses and your legal team wins, would those of us on leave also be offered the right to return to work at the DOE? I realize that a decision in the court may take another year or whatever, and so it is likely my leave will have expired well before a court ruling comes. But even if that’s the case, would we folks on leave (whose religious exemptions were denied) also be allowed a return to work, even if not at the same location?


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