Ron DeSantis threw down this Supreme Court guarantee that made Democrats nervous

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis continues to taunt the Left.

DeSantis knows he is about to win this major fight.

And Ron DeSantis threw down this Supreme Court guarantee that made Democrats nervous.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis led the Republican pushback against the tyrannical COVID mandates and lockdowns that Dr. Fauci imposed on America.

After Joe Biden announced a new federal vaccine mandate for companies with more than 100 employees, DeSantis signed legislation effectively gutting the mandate in the state of Florida.

Governor DeSantis then took a victory lap when the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals extended a stay blocking the mandate from taking effect while legal challenges played out.

In a press conference, Governor DeSantis predicted the Sixth Circuit would ultimately strike down the federal vaccine mandate itself as unconstitutional.

“My sense though is on how those mandates are working out, if you look at how it’s gone, the Sixth Circuit has OSHA consolidated – OSHA is done, okay,” DeSantis declared. “You can take that to the bank. The Sixth Circuit is never going to uphold what OSHA did.”

In the ruling extending the stay to block the mandate, the judges expressed grave concerns about the Constitutionality of the mandate, saying that the companies suing Biden were likely to win on the merits of the case.

DeSantis went so far as to predict that the Supreme Court would not even take up the case after the Sixth Circuit struck down the mandate.

“They’re going to absolutely deep-six that. I don’t know that the U.S. Supreme Court even accepts the case at that point, but if they do, almost assuredly, that will get deep-sixed,” DeSantis added.

Critics like Ron DeSantis pointed out at the time that Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandate was patently illegal and unconstitutional.

Biden plowed ahead anyway with one of the most brazen power grabs in American history.

So far, the courts agree.

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