Update: 9/10: 1:30 pm: The Washington Examiner reports the postal workers will also be required to vaccinate, contrary to initial reports.
As Kentucky representative Thomas Massie writes, Biden’s latest dictum is clearly “unconstitutional”.
“OSHA has no more authority to enforce this (there’s no statutory authorization) than CDC had to issue the eviction moratorium. Which is to say they both have ZERO authority to do these things. Congress makes the laws in a constitutional republic.”
Harmeet Dhillon said on Tucker’s show, hosted by Jesse Waters last night, that she will file a lawsuit against this unconstitutional order. She said it’s unconstitutional as it concerns private employers, and as far as public institutions, Biden gave a carve-out to the entire postal service workers who are constantly exposed. (see video below).
Tonight, while Biden was announcing his unconstitutional executive order for workplace vaccine mandates, state Rep @SavannahLMaddox was fighting to stop vaccine mandates in Kentucky. She didn’t have the votes to prevail, but she is a hero. Listen to her speech. pic.twitter.com/xRIvFLxlD5
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 10, 2021
One Twitter user wrote: “If you have to carry a card in your pocket (or pass on your phone) proving you injected a drug into your body to gain access to grocery stores, receive medical care or to freely move about society then you no longer live in a free country and you are no longer sovereign over your own body. And that should concern everyone, regardless of political party or medical choices.