The dominoes continue to fall for the Democrats and President Joe Biden as they push the outrageous vaccine mandate on America. Just this week, OSHA announced that they were suspending the mandate enforcement. In short, OSHA wasn’t going to be the vaccine police for the Biden administration. With many other companies already voicing their concern, like Disney, it seems that the COVID-19 pandemic will be yet another failure to add to the Biden legacy. And with OSHA stepping away, another ax has dropped as the House Freedom Caucus announced they would not fund the federal government while the vaccine mandate was in effect.
At first, the Democrats believed they only had to deal with the small group of unvaccinated individuals. Obviously, to the left, these people posed no threat, but as their numbers grew, both companies and the government learned how important America’s workforce really is. They also learned the hard way that you don’t try to strip the workers of the little freedoms they do have.
That supposed small unvaccinated group grew into a massive movement as airline companies saw major pushback surrounding the magical COVID-19 shot.
Standing with Americans, the House Freedom Caucus wrote a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi informing her that they were cutting their funding. Claiming that the COVID-19 shot was “unconstitutional,” the group warned that forcing people to get the supposed vaccine would result in massive job losses that could cripple the country.
The caucus added, “thousands of men and women in uniform are thus far choosing not to meet the recent COVID-19 vaccination requirements imposed by DoD [the Department of Defense]. It is absurd to threaten to discharge – honorably or dishonorably – anyone in our military for making that choice. In addition, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) could lose hundreds, or even thousands, of its border patrol agents due to federal vaccination requirements while our southern border is in crisis.”
After the news broke, Freedom Caucus member Andy Biggs tweeted about the bold stance being taken. “Any government spending bill that continues funding the unconstitutional vaccine mandate is intolerable. As members of Congress, we have the power of the purse – it’s time we start to use it to protect the livelihoods of the American people.”
🚨Any government spending bill that continues funding the unconstitutional vaccine mandate is intolerable. As members of Congress we have the power of the purse – it’s time we start to use it to protect the livelihoods of the American people.🚨 https://t.co/0s1S17EKp7
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) November 17, 2021
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