When even MSDNC is asking if you need to change course, it’s safe to say things have gone horribly wrong.
In a new interview with the far-left Peacock network, Harris was asked if it’s time to shift away from the vaccine mandates.
I love how @Benny puts it below: Kamala nearly has an aneurism trying to answer:
Watch Kamala have a complete aneurism when asked if the White House needs to shift away from their covid strategy of mandates and tyranny pic.twitter.com/4Kx7sAIFOA
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) January 13, 2022
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Speculation is Biden is setting her up to be the fall person yet again:
Biden set her up, again, to begin the capitulation. Biden wants desperately to abandon the mandates.
(The strange emotional reaction from Kamala is tied to her inner dialogue: “That mfing old fart set me up again!”) https://t.co/GRXgeCQGef
— The Reckoning 💥 (@sethjlevy) January 13, 2022
In case YouTube deletes those, you can watch it here on Rumble:
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court current has the OSHA Mandate under advisement and a ruling is imminent:
To perform the test the Chief Justice will put #Biden in water. If he floats he's a #witch and should be burned. If he sinks he was innocent. Unfortunately they don't realize it was #Kamala cursing the mandates with #unconsitutionality behind the scenes.https://t.co/KSbtYsBHLQ
— ABetterTale (@ABetterTale) January 7, 2022
Here’s what Fox News predicts:
Center for American Liberty CEO and civil rights attorney Harmeet Dhillon predicted a “split ruling” out of the Supreme Court in the case that will determine the constitutionality of President Biden’s COVID-19 OSHA vaccine regulations.
The Supreme Court on Friday heard close to four hours of oral arguments over two of the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates – which have remained under intense legal scrutiny and have been struck down in battles across federal courts.
Dhillon, who is personally representing a client in the case, said the justices will likely uphold the mandate requiring health care workers to be vaccinated while overturning the rule applying to private companies with more than 100 employees.
“I think there may be a split ruling out of the court. I think on the case…challenging the large employer mandate, it looks to me like we have five or six votes to enjoin that order,” she said. “But on the one regarding medical facilities, because the order is tied to federal funding, I think there are some different arguments there and the justices seem more likely to uphold that OSHA mandate on medical facilities.”
The first phase of Biden’s vaccine-or-test mandate for employees at applicable companies went into effect Monday despite the ongoing consideration from the High Court.
“Today is day one when the compliance is supposed to be occurring and that’s true for 80 million employees around the country,” Dhillon said, “so the fact the court is still sitting on this and hasn’t ruled yet produces tremendous expense, uncertainty, stress and disruption to the American economy. I really hope for the sake of all those employees, employers that the court rules quickly so that we can move on and arrange our affairs accordingly.”