The Biden regime has turned to national socialism to violate civil rights.
When faced with limitations on his power, he has turned to major corporations to violate people’s rights on his behalf.
Faced with freedom of speech, his administration has openly pressured Facebook to censor people it doesn’t like, completely blurring the line between state action and private action.
Now he’s determined to go this route with vaccine mandates.
“I’m calling on more companies in the private sector to step up with vaccine requirements that will reach millions more people,” Biden said in remarks at the White House. “If you’re a business leader, a nonprofit leader, a state or local leader, who has been waiting for full FDA approval to require vaccinations, I call on you now to do that — require it. It only makes sense to require a vaccine to stop the spread of Covid-19.”
It’s an interesting definition of stepping up and reaching.
What Biden means is that companies should threaten to fire workers unless they get a shot. Many of those workers, statistically, will be either Republicans or African-American.
The former is a political net benefit.
Obama structured certain policies to have a disproportionate economic impact on Republicans. Biden’s people are the same gang and would love to go that route.
But that would also put a whole bunch of black people out of work.
And the same lefties who can find disproportionate impact in traffic patterns and supermarket locations can’t find any systemic racism in telling young black people that they can’t go out, eat out, or work for a living.
It will make for an interesting court case.
And a hell of a pitch from the guy who won thanks to black votes now urging businesses to fire black workers.