Sep 15, 2021
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Joe Biden’s six strikes

Revolt against the compulsory vaccination imposed by the US President: “We must resist and will resist”

On September 9, US President Joe Biden presented his new six-point strategy to combat the “pandemic” in a televised address to the nation (The Way Out of the Pandemic. President Biden’s COVID-19 Action Plan)

First, Biden announced mandatory vaccinations for companies with more than 100 employees, medical professionals and federal employees. The corresponding decree, which will affect 80 million workers in the private sector, should be signed in the coming weeks at the Ministry of Labor. WSJ… Companies face fines of up to $ 14,000 for non-compliance.

Vaccinations will also become mandatory for all federal employees. Employees face disciplinary liability for violation.

Biden’s plan forces 17 million healthcare workers in institutions receiving funds from Medicare and Medicaid to vaccinate, and nearly 300,000 federal program educators At first… Biden called on governors to ensure that all teachers and other educational staff are also vaccinated.

The second blow to the “pandemic” is “further protection of the vaccinated.” At the end of September, it is planned to begin a large-scale campaign of revaccination of already vaccinated Americans.

The third blow is the universal vaccination of teachers and schoolchildren over 12 years old.

The fourth blow is the expansion of testing and tightening of the mask mode. Since September 10, the United States has raised fines for refusing to wear a mask on public transport from $ 500 to $ 1,000 for the first violation and from $ 1,000 to $ 3,000 for a second violation. “If you break the rules, be prepared to pay.”Biden said.

The fifth blow is against the economic decline. Small businesses have been promised up to $ 2 million in soft loans if they can prove that they have suffered damage from the “pandemic”. And finally, Biden’s sixth blow is “improving COVID-19 patient care” (many common words).

In addition to the promised, but not yet received, soft loans, all areas of Biden’s new strategy are coercive and repressive. During his speech, the President said that he would use his powers to Override any governorwho will refuse to comply with his decrees. “If these governors do not help us defeat the pandemic, I will use my presidency to get them out of the way.”– he added.

The reaction to Biden’s speech was harsh. 19 Republican governors spoke out in solidarity against forced vaccinations. “Conservative leaders will do everything they can to protect families and businesses from the overly aggressive federal government with its unconstitutional mandatory vaccinations,” – reported on the official website of the Association of Republican Governors.

Arizona Governor Doug Ducy stated: “This is exactly the coup d’état that we tried to prevent in Arizona; now the Biden-Harris administration is suppressing private business and individual freedoms in an unprecedented and dangerous manner. It will never pass in court. This is a dictatorial, wrong, anti-American approach, and it will do far more harm than good. How many workers will be laid off? How many children will not attend school? How many enterprises will be fined? … We must resist and we will resist ”

Governor of Iowa Kim Reynolds: “President Biden is taking dangerous and unprecedented steps … by rejecting the ability of Iowans and other Americans to make their own health decisions. Biden’s plan will only exacerbate labor shortages and further constrain our economic recovery. “

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt: “It is not the responsibility of the government to dictate to private enterprises what to do. Once again, President Biden demonstrates his complete disregard for individual freedoms and state rights. As long as I am the governor, there will be no government vaccination regulations in Oklahoma. “

South Dakota Governor Christie Noem and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp have said they will sue Biden. “South Dakota will defend freedom. Joe Biden see you in court “, – Tweeted Noem. “I will use every option available in the law … to stop this clearly unlawful abuse by the Biden administration.”, – wrote Kemp. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster stated that “Biden and Radical Democrats Ignored the Constitution”

Republicans in the US Congress are outraged by the forced vaccination imposed by Biden. They called on American companies to protest the requirement to vaccinate all workers in enterprises with 100 or more employees.

Republican Dan Crenshaw urged the authorities to leave the people alone: “People, are you trying to provoke an uprising? Seriously, what the hell is going on with the Democrats? Leave the people alone. This is madness”

Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott also called on American businesses to “challenge Biden’s insane decree”: “We cannot let this unbalanced administration do more irreparable damage to American workers, businesses and our economy.”

“Joe Biden told the Americans when he was elected that he would not impose mandatory vaccinations,” – said in a statement the chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) Ronna McDaniel. – He lied. Now, small businesses, workers and families across the country will pay the price. Like many Americans, I am in favor of vaccination, but not coercion. Many small businesses and workers do not have the money or legal resources to fight Biden’s unconstitutional actions and authoritarian edicts, but when his edicts go into effect, the RNC will sue the administration to protect Americans and their freedoms. “

Washington Post citing “a White House spokesman speaking on condition of anonymity,” says US Postal Service employees are not included in Biden’s order requiring all federal employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. The American Postal Workers’ Union (USPS) criticized the administration’s efforts to vaccinate federal employees. 644 thousand USPS employees interact with a huge number of US citizens every day, and if Biden were to really fight a “pandemic”, the first thing he would have to do would be to vaccinate postal workers. The fact that he didn’t suggest that other things are at play here (the postal vote depends on the loyalty of the postal service).

The opposing sides are preparing for legal battles, in which the victory of the Biden administration is by no means guaranteed. In early July, the US Supreme Court sided with the Republicans of Arizona, recognizing as legitimate the tightening of electoral procedures prohibiting the scandalous practices of collecting and buying ballots from voters by candidate headquarters. Then, a majority of the Supreme Court justices twice denied Biden an extension of the moratorium on the eviction of tenants who had delayed their rent payments. And recently, the Supreme Court set a precedent by upholding the restriction of abortion after the sixth week of pregnancy, as demanded by Texas lawmakers.

The August CNBC All-American Economic Survey found that 49 percent of Americans are in favor of vaccinations, 46 percent are against, and 5 percent said they are not sure.

America has been split in two by the threat of coercion, but repressive pressure is not in favor of the administration. According to the sociological portal Fifty eightIn early August, over 50 percent of Americans approved of Biden’s actions, a month later – 47, and in mid-September – only 46 percent. More than 49 percent of those polled do not approve of the president’s actions.

Cover photo: REUTERS / Evelyn Hockstein

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