If Joe Biden wins this huge court case, he has one ugly surprise in store for every American
Joe Biden is in the middle of the biggest legal fight in decades.
But Biden is hiding something for the American people.
And if Joe Biden wins this huge court case, he has one ugly surprise in store for every American.
Joe Biden announced that the federal vaccine mandate for employers with more than one hundred employees would take effect on January 4.
State governments and companies immediately filed lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the mandate.
Justices on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the mandate from taking effect until the government could respond to the legal challenges.
The federal government has never mandated the entire population take a vaccine before, so this legal challenge is likely to wind up before the Supreme Court.
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy appeared on ABC’s This Week to defend the Biden administration’s unconstitutional federal vaccine mandate.
Murthy made it clear that Biden’s mandate was just the beginning of a larger campaign to forcibly vaccinate every man, woman, and child in the United States of America.
Host Martha Raddatz asked Murthy if the mandate survived legal challenges, whether the administration would extend to small businesses.
“If the law survives legal challenges, will the administration be extending the mandate to smaller employers with fewer than one hundred employees?” Raddatz asked.
Murthy hinted that if Biden overcomes the legal challenges to his federal vaccine mandate, Biden will threaten businesses that have fewer than one hundred employees with crippling fines unless they require their workers to take the vaccine.
“Well, Martha, certainly nothing is off the table at this moment, but the focus is implementing the current rule that OSHA put out. Let me just emphasize that what we put out in a report recently is that average businesses that put these requirements in place see a 20% vaccination rate increase, boosting them in the 90s. If vaccines are a key pathway out of the pandemic, this will do a lot to get us toward the finish line,” Murthy responded.