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Virginia’s Incoming Republican Leaders To Problem Biden’s Unlawful Vaxx Mandate

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Virginia’s Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin and Lawyer Common-elect Jason Miyares introduced final week that they’ll problem President Joe Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine mandate in courtroom as soon as sworn into workplace later this month.

“As a substitute of supporting state and native governments’ efforts to guard the lives and livelihoods of their residents, the Biden administration has resorted to illegal vaccine mandates that drive hardworking Virginians to stroll away from their paychecks,” they stated in a joint assertion. “President Biden’s [Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services] CMS mandate, ignores the hospital techniques’ long-established insurance policies designed to maintain workers and sufferers secure and threatens the tenure of important medical personnel at a time when staffing shortages threaten the healt hand security of Virginians”

The 2 go on to notice that whereas they “imagine that the vaccine is a crucial software within the struggle in opposition to COVID-19,” they “strongly imagine that the Federal authorities can’t impose its will and prohibit the freedoms of Individuals and that Virginia is at its finest when individuals are allowed to make the very best choices for his or her households or companies.”

“After the January fifteenth inauguration, the Commonwealth of Virginia will rapidly transfer to guard Virginians’ freedoms and problem President Biden’s illegal CMS, [Occupational Safety and Health Administration] OSHA, and Head Begin vaccine mandates. Eradicating a number of the staffing boundaries to our hospitals will present a lot wanted aid for our overworked medical professionals,” they added.

As soon as filed, the lawsuit would add Virginia to the listing of greater than two dozen states which have taken authorized motion in opposition to the Biden administration over the proposed mandate, which makes an attempt to drive a vaccine-or-test requirement on non-public employers with 100 or extra staff. The coercive directive has since been challenged in federal courtroom, with the Fifth Circuit Court docket of Appeals putting a temporary stay on the order late final 12 months.

Whereas the proposed authorized motion provides freedom-loving Virginians a glimpse of hope within the struggle in opposition to COVID fascism, there nonetheless stay considerations over native COVID mandates all through the state. Late final 12 months, Youngkin raised eyebrows after indicating he wouldn’t take motion to forestall localities from mandating COVID injections or masks.

“Localities are going to need to make choices the way in which the legislation works and that’s going to be as much as particular person choices however, once more, from the governor’s workplace, you gained’t see mandates from me,” he said throughout a November interview.

When pressed on the place Youngkin would draw the road on vaccine mandates, Press Secretary Macaulay Porter referred The Federalist to a Nov. 2021 interview, the place the gov.-elect claimed that he would use “each authority” he has as governor to fight what he believes “should not appropriate mandates and due to this fact [he’s] gonna rescind them.”

“I’ve three large rules. One, there ought to be no state authorities mandates,” he stated. “Two, in actual fact folks mustn’t get fired from their job for not getting the vaccine. And at last, on the subject of kids, mother and father know what’s proper for his or her youngsters on the subject of their schooling and their well being, and due to this fact, I’ll rescind Executive Order 18 for state staff. They won’t be mandated to put on masks or get vaccines.”

All through the interview, Youngkin additionally pledged to “appoint a brand new well being commissioner” and “rescind the general public well being order that requires youngsters in Okay-12 schooling to put on a masks with the intention to attend each private and non-private colleges.”

Youngkin, Miyares, and fellow Republican Lieutenant Gov.-elect Winsome Sears will probably be sworn into workplace on Jan. 15.


Shawn Fleetwood is an intern at The Federalist and a scholar on the College of Mary Washington, the place he plans to main in Political Science and minor in Journalism. He additionally serves as a state content material author for Conference of States Motion. Comply with him on Twitter @ShawnFleetwood

Source: The Federalist

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