No one told the Biden regime that if they play with fire they will get burned….
Mass non-compliance, and civil disobedience have taken a hold in America, and people show no sign of backing down—to this I say good.
What I cannot wrap my mind around is what they thought was going to happen?
Did they think people were just going to roll over and take it? Government trust and approval is at record lows. This was recently highlighted in a poll from “Breaking Points”, a bipartisan show featuring Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti.
That poll indicated that 93% of Americans did not approve of the job Congress was doing, and another 5% felt that they were unsure.
only 2% indicated that they approved of Congress……
This type of attitude and mistrust translates to all levels of government—including the executive branch.
My point here is that virtually no one trusts the government at this point—nor should they.
For some unknown reason Biden’s regime has decided to ignore all of this, and attempt to levy an incredibly unpopular vaccine mandate at an incredibly poor time to do so……
In response to this abuse of authority, 11 states have now filed a lawsuit against Biden’s administration and the vaccine mandate.
Here are the states currently on that list:
Attorneys general from Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming signed on to the lawsuit, which was filed in a federal district court in Missouri.https://t.co/U8vHH5Symt
— KOMO News (@komonews) October 30, 2021
‘Unconstitutional, unlawful, and unwise’: 11 states sue Biden administration over business vaccine mandate https://t.co/BlD1fbdItL
— USA TODAY NEWS (@USATODAYNEWS24) November 5, 2021
The Epoch Times had more:
The lawsuit, filed in the Missouri-based 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, argued that only states have the power to compel vaccinations, not the federal government.
Arguing that the “mandate is unconstitutional, unlawful, and unwise,” the attorneys general led by Republican Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said that over a century, the U.S. Supreme Court has recognized that policies on compulsory vaccination lie within the police powers of the States, and that ‘[t]hey are matters that do not ordinarily concern the national government.’”
More than 10 states sue Biden administration over federal contractor vaccine mandate. @NBCNews
Florida & Texas have filed their own suits separately.
— Fibci (@Fibci2) November 4, 2021
More than a dozen GOP-led states are threating to sue the Biden administration over its vaccine mandate for private businesses with 100+ employees, certain health care workers and federal contractors. The mandate covers about 2/3 of U.S. workers, and would take effect Jan 4. pic.twitter.com/2dD8VVy3eD
— CNN Early Start (@EarlyStart) November 5, 2021
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt told Newsmax:
Schmitt said Missouri has 3,443 private employers who could be covered by the vaccine requirement, with nearly 1.3 million employees.
He said he sued “to protect personal freedoms, preserve Missouri businesses, and push back on bureaucratic tyrants who simply want power and control.”