After two Appeals Court said the OSHA mandate is “staggeringly overboard” presenting “grave statutory and constitutional issues,” Moscow U graduate Jen Psaki said businesses should ignore the courts. OSHA even withdrew the mandate.
“Our message to businesses right now is to move forward with measures that will make their workplaces safer and protect their workforces from COVID-19,” she told reporters at the White House Thursday. “That was our message after the first stay issued by the Fifth Circuit. That remains our message and nothing has changed.”
“We are still heading towards the same timeline,” she remarked. “The Department of Justice is vigorously defending the emergency temporary standard in court and we are confident in OSHA’s authority.”
LOCK HER UP! LET’S GO, BRANDON!
This is as the trucking industry faces complete destruction.
.@ShelbyTalcott asks Psaki about OSHA stopping Biden's vaccine mandate and if the WH still intends to force compliance by January 4th.
Psaki: "We are still heading towards the same timeline and we are confident is OSHA's authority." pic.twitter.com/ukrsy4jkN2
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) November 18, 2021