Biden’s ‘Vaccine Mandate’ Doesn’t Actually Exist

Employers all across the US have begun issuing vaccine mandates in preparation for Biden’s ‘vaccine mandate’ he announced on September 9th.

This mandate would affect all private companies with over 100 employees.

Except: The mandate doesn’t actually exist.

A mandate was not sent for approval.

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OSHA has not issued any guidelines.

The Department of Labor hasn’t issued rules, either.

Federalist reports:

Yes, we’ve heard all about Joe Biden’s alleged vaccine mandate for private companies employing 100 or more people. The announcement was made public on September 9, and it has been in the media since then. It has hampered the employment of millions and created a shortage of workers in key areas such as healthcare.

There’s only one problem. It’s all a mirage. Biden’s so-called vaccine mandate doesn’t exist — at least, not yet. His press conference and similar made-for media huff-puffing are all that we currently have. Yet, no such rule has ever been published that could be considered legally binding.

According to several sources, so far it appears no such mandate has been sent to the White House’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs yet for approval. The White House, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Department of Labor haven’t released any official guidance for the alleged mandate. No executive order has been issued. There’s nothing but press statements.

The media’s fantasy projection machine might have led you to believe that press statements were legal. However, they are legally unenforceable.

“There is nothing there yet that gives employers any mandate,” Stephanie McFarland, spokeswoman for the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration, told me Oct. 6. “The president made an announcement on this asking OSHA to do it, but we’ve not yet seen anything come from it yet,” she also said. When the state agency gets any further information, she said, they’ll review it.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R.GA) advised companies that they should not fire employees for this reason.