If you thought Biden’s federal vaccine mandate was an overreach think again, according to Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Biden has more tyranny up his sleeve.
During a segment on CNN’s “State of the Union” with Dana Bash, Murthy claimed Biden would be taking “more actions as we continue to work on in the days ahead and especially on the global front, where we will be taking steps.”
“And the president will be making announcements ahead of the U.N. General Assembly about additional measures that we’re taking to help vaccinate the world,” the Surgeon General continued.
“So there’s a lot that’s been done, a lot that we’re doing now, a lot more we will continue to do,” he said. “And this is what we have to do ultimately to tackle the Delta variant.”
Murthy also appeared on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos who pushed back over the legitimacy of the vaccine mandate being enforced through OSHA.
Murthy couldn’t give a proper answer and then claimed the administration wouldn’t be doing it if it was illegal.
Which is comical because DACA and the eviction moratorium are both illegal and were done by Biden and Obama.
Murthy tried to reason that people should just listen to Biden and not resist his new and upcoming mandates.
“Our enemy is the virus. It is not one another. And what we have to do is approach this next phase of the pandemic response recognizing … we’ve got to support one another in our decision making and during times of crisis,” he told Stephanopoulos.
So far, 27 states have come out against against Biden’s mandate: Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming.
So far, GOP leadership in Congress has done nothing to oppose Biden’s mandate.
Some believe that the additional measures will be a vaccine mandate for children to go to school and for air travel.
Dr. Fauci on mandating Covid vaccinations in order to fly on airplanes: “I would support that”
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 13, 2021