Even a Democratic governor is turning against Biden’s mandates now – RedState


we have seen many protests against Joe Biden’s vaccination mandates since he announced them on September 9th. He ordered a vaccination warrant for all federal employees, all federal contractors, and private businesses with over 100 employees. The private commercial mandate provided for a periodic masking / testing option.

But now, Biden is even getting some repulsion from some of his own party officials

Democrat Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has come outside against Biden’s private commercial mandate, saying that not only was it not the right way to do things, but it wasn’t the “most effective” thing to do either.

“Yesterday I reviewed the Biden administration’s new vaccination mandate. While I appreciate the intention to protect people, a goal I share, I don’t think this directive is the correct or most effective solution for Kansas,” he said in a statement. statement issued on Friday.

“States have led the fight against COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. It is too late to impose a federal standard now that we have already developed systems and strategies tailored to our specific needs, ”he continued.

Kelly has a great point there. Biden’s mandates shouldn’t even do that It takes effect until January 4, and announced them in September. How urgent are they then, and how necessary, after all this time? Indeed, his administration had mentioned earlier it was not the federal government’s job to impose them.

However, Kelly’s Republican opponent noted that Kelly did not come to this refusal to get along with Biden until after. the red wave struck in last week’s election, which should have held it earlier on principle.

However, it means now Democrats are running away from Biden on this too, that the worm is turning.

This reproach comes on top of another we reported yesterday – from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeal. They granted a stay from the imposition of Biden’s OSHA rule, as they evaluate the case on the merits. They also gave a good indication that Biden is likely in trouble on the matter when they said there were “serious statutory and constitutional problems”.

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said the action prevents Biden from “moving forward with his illegal extension.”

“The president will not impose medical procedures on the American people without the checks and balances required by the constitution,” said a statement by Landry, a Republican.

The writing should be on the wall with these warrants. But while Biden did it back a little on the timing of the mandates until after the holidays, is still pushing them, and OSHA was even exploring the possibility of extending them to private companies under 100 employees, so impose the mandate practically on every worker.


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