It’s Funny How The Biden Admin Is ‘Still Not Enforcing’ A Vaccine Mandate For Federal Employees

The Biden Administration lacks the political will to execute its COVID immunization requirement. On this, the Administration is losing court case after court case. As of a week earlier, 92 percent of the 3.5 million federal employees required to report to the government had done so. That sounds wonderful, but that also implies that 280,000 government workers aren’t immunized at all.

The White House is deferring disciplinary action against government employees who have not been immunized. Instead, roughly 3.5 percent of workers who have yet to obtain a vaccine or request an exemption will continue to receive counseling and education. In California, the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline has increased by $1 to $4.70.

There is no braver, sharper, faster, or clearer Biden ready to emerge at the proper time. He’s 79 years old and has no intention of changing. What you see is what you’ll get. “China does not intend to invite Western leaders who threaten a diplomatic boycott to the Beijing Winter Olympics,” China said. According to the FiveThirtyEight average of public-opinion surveys, Joe Biden has a 42.9 percent approval rating and a 51.3 percent disapproval rating. Gas costs have risen, inflation has worsened, and many public-health specialists choose Defcon One over the Omicron variation.

More than six weeks after the vaccination deadline, the federal government still hasn’t determined what to do with its unvaccinated staff. The Biden Administration had initially set a deadline of November 22 for staff to be vaccinated entirely or risk disciplinary action. Employees were later labeled compliant if they had received at least one dose of vaccination or had a medical or religious exemption. According to the guidelines, they can postpone discipline until after the New Year, but this is premature. It is believed that mandates are ineffective and cause the unvaccinated to dig in their heels.

The government has announced that practically all mandate enforcement would be halted. For failing to vaccinate, almost 40,000 federal employees faced punishment. The Justice Department has appealed the injunction to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Vaccines will still be required for around 380,000 Veterans Health Administration personnel.

Before Biden’s executive order, the VA issued its own rule for that personnel in July. The Supreme Court just knocked down an Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule aimed at major businesses.