Biden’s Chief of Staff, Surgeon General Defend Vaccine Mandate After Court Ruling

Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals blocked Biden's vaccine mandate on Saturday, citing "grave statutory and constitutional issues."

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Two of Joe Biden’s top lackeys came out in defense of the unconstitutional vaccine mandate that was just blocked by a federal court of appeals.

Biden’s Chief of Staff Ron Klain said Sunday he’s “confident” the court will eventually side with the Biden administration on the mandate.

“I’m quite confident that when this finally gets fully adjudicated, not just a temporary order, the validity of this requirement will be upheld,” Klain told NBC’s “Meet the Press” anchor Chuck Todd.

“It’s common sense if OSHA can tell people to wear a hard hat on the job, to be careful around chemicals, it can put in place these simple measures to keep our workers safe.”

Interesting point — except hard hats don’t inject an experimental mRNA cocktail with unknown long-term side effects into you.

Likewise, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy claimed that vaccine mandates have historical precedent, ignoring the fact that the COVID-19 shot uses novel experimental technology that still has not undergone long-term testing.

“Well look…the president and the administration wouldn’t have put these requirements in place if they didn’t think they were appropriate and necessary,” Murthy said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”

“And the administration is prepared to defend them.”

“Let’s step back a moment and look at why these are so important,” Murthy said of the vaccine mandates. “Throughout our history, we have seen that we have used vaccine requirements to protect the population.” 

“It’s good for people’s health, it’s good for the economy and that’s why these requirements make so much sense,” he added.

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals temporarily blocked Biden’s mandate on Saturday, citing “grave statutory and constitutional issues.”

At least 26 states filed legal challenges against the mandate developed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requiring businesses with at least 100 workers to either take the injection or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing and wear face masks by January 4, 2022.

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