Friday, November 5, 2021

Ron DeSantis Fires Back Against Biden's Unconstitutional OSHA Vaccine Mandate
Scott Morefield / Townhall Tipsheet

Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis promised Thursday that his state would join Georgia, Alabama, and others to bring a lawsuit against the Biden administration's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) employer vaccine mandate.

Announced by President Joe Biden in September and released Thursday - almost two months later - in a nearly 500-page document, the OSHA regulations require employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their employees are either vaccinated against Covid-19 or tested weekly. Additionally, most unvaccinated employees in most situations will be required to wear a mask while on the job (via

As soon as the unlawful emergency temporary standard (ETS) is published in the Federal Register tomorrow, the lawsuit will be immediately filed with the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

“We started with 15 days to slow the spread and now it’s get jabbed or lose your job,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “We’re supposed to be a government of laws, not a government of men. This OSHA rule is 500 pages of a government of bureaucracy, a government that is being run by executive edict, not a government bound by constitutional constraints. The State of Florida will immediately challenge the OSHA rule in court because it’s inconsistent with the Constitution and not legally...Read more and see tweet and video here.
200 House Republicans Sign Letter Urging Biden Not To Reopen Jerusalem Consulate

Rewarding savagery, giving terror a consulate in the Jewish capital. Democrat- party of jihad and Jew hatred.

The Biden Administration has reversed most of President Trump’s pro-Israel policies. Re-opening the Palestinian Consulate to divide Jerusalem is just the latest example. This must be stopped.

200 House Republicans sign letter urging Biden not to reopen Jerusalem consulate

Missive follows submission of long-shot bill in Senate; claims move would create ‘misguided situation’ in which US would operate 2 separate missions in Israel’s capital
Two hundred House Republicans signed a letter Monday urging US President Joe Biden not to go forward with plans to reopen the American consulate in Jerusalem, which historically served as the de facto representative office to the Palestinians.

The letter spearheaded by Rep. Lee Zeldin followed GOP legislation in the Senate aimed at blocking such a move, which has become the latest victim of partisan politics in Washington. Read more and see tweets and video here.