By now, you’ve probably heard about the vaccine mandate that Biden announced during his prime time speech.
After touting his accomplishments and alienating himself from the unvaccinated (going so far as to call it a “pandemic of the unvaccinated”), Biden dropped the bomb. He stated that employers with over 100 employees must require all workers to be vaccinated, or tested (presumably at their own expense) or face enormous fines.
How can this be? According to “Google” (which in this case is a good source for what the CDC is claiming),
the government can NOT mandate vaccines.
A quick search of Google yields these results at the top of the first page: of search results
Is the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory?No. The federal government does not mandate (require) vaccination for people.
That statement is lifted straight from the highly prominent “common questions” section of the mammoth search engine.
So then. If this is true, if the CDC is right on this one, how does a President go about mandating vaccines—if the government cannot do this?
Simple. Biden’s work around was to enlist OSHA to fine any business which does not comply. The reason he took this route is to distance the government from this mandate. Am astonishing fact which few are aware of, is that OSHA is not part of the federal government.
It is not run by elected government officials, nor did the government start it. It is a private entity. Yet the top man in the White House has given them full power to fine employees who don’t mandate vaccines for there workers.. Nice try, but that still has the fingerprints of the American Government all over it. After all, ithe person who is commissioning OSHA for the job is Biden himself…does it get anymore “government” than that?
Perhaps even more interesting is the past of politicians who are trying to strong arm the American people into full compliance.
Before assuming the office of POTUS, Biden said he was not sure he could advocate Americans taking a vaccine developed under President Trump’s leadership. After the November election, he said he didn’t “think it should be mandatory.”
Nancy Pelosi agreed.
“That’s just not what we can do,” she said.
“You don’t want to mandate, and try and force anyone to take a vaccine. We’ve never done that,” Fauci said.
Earlier this year, Fauci, Biden’s top coronavirus adviser, said a mandate was a bad idea.
“We don’t want to be mandating from the federal government to the general population. It would be unenforceable, and not appropriate.”