09/23/2021 / By Ethan Huff
At least 24 states, or roughly half of the country, is planning to unleash hell against the Biden regime over its unconstitutional Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” mandates.
Two dozen Republican state attorneys general have signed onto a letter challenging Biden’s mandate, which amounts to forced medical rape. Those states include Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming.
Missing from the list among the “red” states are Idaho and Tennessee.
“Your plan is disastrous and counterproductive,” the letter states. “From a policy perspective, this edict is unlikely to win hearts and minds – it will simply drive further skepticism.”
“And at least some Americans will simply leave the job market instead of complying,” the letter goes on to read. “This will further strain an already-too-tight labor market, burdening companies and (therefore) threatening the jobs of even those who have received a vaccine.”
Many of those who are already leaving their jobs over Biden’s mandate are “essential” workers, meaning they work in critical sectors like health care, law enforcement and emergency services. Without them, the country very well might collapse.
“This is no idle speculation,” the letter further states. “A New York hospital recently announced its plans to stop delivering babies after several staff members resigned in the face of New York’s mandate. And recent polling suggests those frontline healthcare workers are not outliers.”
“Thus, Mr. President [sic], your vaccination mandate represents not only a threat to individual liberty, but a public health disaster that will displace vulnerable workers and exacerbate a nationwide hospital staffing crisis, with severe consequences for all Americans.”
Since Biden’s edict is technically just a press release without any teeth, there is no actual lawsuit in motion quite yet. But it is ready to go in the event that the Puppet-in-Chief tries to pull the trigger with an actual “mandate,” which is also not a law and thus would not be legally binding regardless.
Much like the mask mandates of yesteryear, this latest attempt at forcing people to be penetrated with a mystery needle using press releases and decrees is a fool’s game that does not pass the constitutional stress test.
“We’re obviously preparing for what the president said he wanted to do, which seems to be clearly beyond his authority,” stated Attorney General Dave Yost (R-Ohio) to the “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins” program.
“It’s important to note that we don’t have a regulation yet, so we don’t have anything to bring to court to sue about, [and] you can’t sue over a press release.”
Even if China Joe does release some kind of official edict, that also would not hold any weight as only Congress is allowed to write laws, “not the president,” Yost revealed.
“Beyond that, health is not a power that belongs to the federal government at all,” he further explained. “Throughout our history, health issues have been considered to be part of the police power. That belongs to the states and not the federal government.”
Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council, recently published an article chastising Biden for attempting to force-vaccinate Americans against their will. In it, he warned that Biden’s policies are sowing division and distrust throughout the country.
“… this road will lead to an endless string of intrusive dictates that will have far-reaching consequences for civil liberties, conscience rights, religious freedom, human dignity, parental rights, and more,” Perkins warns.
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