The news is peppered with announcements of America’s biggest companies forcing their employees to get vaccinated to keep their jobs, but as Jon Rappoport points out on NoMoreFakeNews.com, there is no actual mandate yet. All employers are doing this voluntarily at this point. He writes (abridged):
Just over a month ago, Biden directed the Department of Labor and OSHA to develop the details of a COVID vaccine mandate for all US companies with 100 or more employees.
It appears (but it is not certain) that this mandate will allow several escape hatches: medical and religious exemptions, and weekly testing as a substitute for vaccination.
If there are exemptions, we don’t know under what terms they’ll be permitted.
The Department of Labor has not yet issued the regulations framing and detailing this mandate.
Therefore, the question is: Right now, does the mandate exist?
ALL EMPLOYERS WITH 100 OR MORE EMPLOYEES WHO ARE ORDERING THEIR EMPLOYEES TO TAKE THE VACCINE, OR ARE FIRING THOSE WHO REFUSE, ARE DOING SO VOLUNTARILY.
They’re caving in. They’re issuing orders to their employees before the regulations are issued, and before the many legal challenges against those regulations pile up—challenges which, if they chose to, they could help spearhead.
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