Another Brave Governor Protects State From Biden’s Tyranny

As Biden’s illegal vaccine mandate on medium-to-large sized businesses is set to take effect, a handful of Republican leaders are taking a bold stand to protect citizens of their state.

We know about Governor of Texas Greg Abbott and Florida’s hero Ron DeSantis.

These men have been on the front line to rebuke Biden’s every move regarding medical tyranny and forced vaccinations.

Now another Republican governor is sticking his neck out.

Arkansas, led by Gov. Asa Hutchinson, passed two laws this week that allow residents to opt-out of Biden’s federal COVID-19 mandates.

The two similar bills allow for employees in the state who work for companies with 100 or more people to effectively buck Biden’s mandate that employees in those companies must be vaccinated against the virus.

The bills allow for employees to be exempt from the vaccination requirement if they can produce negative COVID tests, or documentation that they have natural immunity from having the disease.

“These two bills are designed to push back on President Biden’s vaccination mandate for federal contractors and employers with more than 100 employees,” he continued. “I am opposed to the current mandate by the Biden administration, but the solution is not to place additional mandates on employers at the state government level.

“The solution is not to put employers in a squeeze play between state and federal law. Employers need the freedom to protect their employees and their customers, and government should not interfere with that freedom through mandates.”

According to the USA Facts website, 46.32% of the state’s population are fully vaccinated and 56% have had at least one dose of the three available vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.

All that’s required to destroy Biden and his medical tyranny is to elect more America First leaders who demand freedom of the individual over collectivization of entire populations.

This is America, after all.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney