For months, Americans have been reacting to Biden’s supposed “mandate.” Even before it has gone into effect, it has cost Americans their jobs. But this week, after losing Virginia, Biden announced it would hit on January. And it could cost some companies over $300,000.
Already many businesses and states have vowed to fight back. Add conservative Florida to the list. Their governor, Ron DeSantis, has refused to bow to this unconstitutional mandate. And he is ready to take it to court.
From The Epoch Times:
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Nov. 4 that he is suing the Biden administration over its “unconstitutional” employer vaccine mandate being issued through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
DeSantis said in a statement that the lawsuit against the administration would be filed with the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit as soon as OSHA’s “unlawful” emergency temporary standard (ETS) is published in the Federal Register.
Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, has announced the state will sue the Biden administration over his mandate. The state will file a case against OSHA as soon as his order is signed. Florida joins other groups and states who have vowed to fight back.
Biden’s mandate will potentially affect over 100 million working Americans. If they don’t comply with his demands, they could be looking at major fines or the loss of their jobs. Just imagine it, even as we are trying to recover from Biden’s inflation, worker shortage, supply crisis, and rising fuel costs he hits us with rules that could lead to more lost income.
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It’s almost as if he wants Americans to be poor and miserable—and furious at him.
We can’t predict what will come of this mandate—and the many lawsuits already being filed. There is a good chance some of these cases will go all the way to the Supreme Court, forcing the highest court to decide on Biden’s mandate.
They probably should. The court needs to decide if a president could push a rule that might jeopardize millions of Americans’ livelihoods.