Let’s Go Brandon ’Suit
While watching Newsmax and trying to engage brain function with my second cup of coffee, I had a RBDBE (random bus driver brain eruption). It was sudden and completely unexpected, as most are, but this happened prior to full-caffeination.
Rob Finnerty (Wake Up America) was interviewing a guest about a lawsuit against the Biden vaccine mandate for businesses. Brandon Trosclair and his attorney Buck Dougherty decided to bring the suit and stand up for the rights of business owners not just locally, but across the nation. Brandon said, “This isn’t an anti-vaccine deal, this is an anti-mandate.” Let’s Go Brandon.
Then Rob Finnerty played a clip from Meet the Press. It featured White House Chief-of-Staff, Ron Klain. He steadfastly dismissed the illegality of the Biden vaccine mandates by literally lying on national TV. He lied about the Supreme Court, he also lied about OSHA’s authority, and he did it with purpose.
The Biden administration knows that the vaccine mandate is illegal, so they developed a workaround using OSHA to enforce a workplace regulation (aka the mandate). This isn’t the RBDBE that I mentioned above, but doesn’t that sound like the same thing the Obama administration did with Obama Care? Do you remember when they changed the fine for not signing up? It went from a penalty to a tax and then Obama used the IRS to enforce it. Ummm.
Ron Klain went on to say, “If OSHA can tell people to wear a hard hat on the job—it can put in place these simple measures (aka mandate the vax) to keep our workers safe.”
Check it out.
Here’s the RBDBE.
OSHA requires hard hats because gravity works and heavy things fall. When something heavy falls on a human head, things break.
I, and most of my fellow Americans, have natural immunities to covid; we do not have natural immunities to falling objects. It’s the truth and common sense aspect of Ron Klain’s analogy that he chooses to ignore. But we shouldn’t be surprised; ignoring the truth is the reason Klain’s entire clip is a lie.
I welcome liberal comment on this. Fair warning, bouncing around the truth just may be the double-edged sword that cuts you down.