Joe Biden delays vaccine mandate deadline until January 4th, attempting to avoid massive holiday disaster

President Biden has decided to delay the deadline for compliance with his tyrannical vaccine mandates until January 4th. The move was made after it was clear that the vaccine mandate would create labor shortages before the busiest time of year for many industries.

The new rules implemented by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will look to avoid creating worker shortages that will disrupt the holiday season.

President Biden knows that his vaccine mandate is extremely unpopular and disrupting the holiday season would be a disaster. Of course, this move won’t solve all of the President’s problems.

The President’s tyrannical vaccine mandate has faced stiff opposition from both workers and Republicans who are challenging the mandate’s legality.

The new mandate will affect over 2/3rds of the American workforce, and there is a good chance millions could lose their jobs come January. The holiday season may go on uninterrupted, but millions of Americans losing their job will still be a nightmare.

Joe Biden attempted to defend his mandate saying, “For our country, the choice is simple: get more people vaccinated, or prolong this pandemic and its impact on our country. The virus will not go away by itself, or because we wish it away: we have to act. Vaccination is the single best pathway out of this pandemic.”

President Biden’s statement that the only way out of the pandemic is via the vaccine is flat wrong. The vaccine does not prevent infection or the spread of coronavirus.

In fact, many high vaccination populations have experienced rising cases, and it is becoming clear that we will have to live with Covid-19.

Getting rid of coronavirus is a pipedream and sacrificing millions of jobs chasing smoke is the definition of irresponsible. If the President goes forward with his plans, Tuesday’s elections will be nothing compared to the 2022 midterm elections.