The U.S. House of Representatives Proposed to Stop the Government’s Compulsory Vaccination of Employees

Translated by: MOS Media Team – CloudSky

On January 13, according to local media, US congressman Rep. Vicky Hartzler, made it clear in an interview with Newsmax that she had proposed the Federal Vaccine Mandates for Employees Act to sue the US government for forcing federal employees to vaccinate against the CCP’s virus.

Hartzler pointed out: The federal government’s requirement that enterprises enforce the order of compulsory vaccination against the COVID-19 virus is ultra vires and unconstitutional. Her proposal is to incorporate vaccine authorization into legal rules, so as to limit the power of the U.S. Department of occupational safety and health. And prohibit the mandatory vaccine policy implemented by the federal government.

Hartzler also stressed: The government’s mandatory vaccine policy wastes people’s force and money, and will lead to a large number of enterprise employees leaving their original jobs, which will exacerbate the existing inflation and supply chain crisis in the United States. Therefore, the injunction is extremely wrong and must be corrected.

Earlier, Mr. Miles Guo broke the news in the live broadcast that the United States will start legislation in January 2022 to prohibit the mandatory vaccination of the CCP virus vaccine. Now, the legislation on Capitol Hill on the government’s mandatory vaccine order just verifies this revelation.

Reference: Rep. Hartzler to Newsmax: Proposed Law Will Stop Federal Vaccine Mandates

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