GOP State Becomes ‘Sanctuary’ For Those Fleeing From Biden’s Mandates

To combat COVID authoritarianism, Republican governors and brave businesses owners must take a stand of non-compliance with the Biden administration and their efforts to destroy individual liberty. Biden, under the influence of Faucism, has made it nearly impossible for Americans to live fruitful lives of personal freedom. They’ve destroyed your ability to make a living unmuzzled by masks, they’ve hammered endless propaganda down your throats, and they’ve attacked the very fabric of this country with forced medical treatment.

Thankfully, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking a bold stand against Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine mandate. On Monday. he said that any cities or counties in the state that mandate government employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine will face a fine of $5,000 for each worker.

President Joe Biden announced last week that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is currently working on a rule to require any business with 100 employees or more to make sure that their entire staff is either fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or takes weekly tests to show that they are uninfected.

DeSantis claimed that any government agency that forces employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 is breaking the state’s recently passed law banning businesses from requiring proof of vaccination status from customers.

The Florida Republican has long been a proponent of personal freedom and individual choice, especially regarding medical treatment and protection against the coronavirus. He’s spoken out on numerous occasions in complete defiance of the tyranny handed down by the federal government, and shielded residents of his state from the top-down authoritarianism that stems from Faucism.

Gov. DeSantis is saying what the majority are thinking in this country: there’s absolutely no way Biden’s mandates are legal. Forced medical treatment by the federal government is exactly what the Founding Fathers sought to protect against when drafting the Constitution, and it simply cannot be allowed to continue any further. Enough is enough.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth