It’s the question everyone who has a job or employs people are asking. What are they supposed to do about the Biden executive order that makes government workers, contractors, or any business with more than 100 people mandating that everyone get vaccinations? Worse even than that, it is how Biden’s plan pawns off all the work onto human resource departments to do their dirty work by using OHSA as an enforcement agency. So now, several days after the initial executive order notification, most of the political commentary has reacted to how audacious the order was, how un-constitutional, how incredibly tyrannical it was. But few have broken down the path to solving the problem which businesses and people want to know. There are quite a few people indifferent to the vaccination, they don’t like hearing the government ordering people around, but they have the vaccination and are indifferent to the order. Many people, a high percentage of most workforces, 10% to 20%, aren’t going to get the vaccination and would go to war with the government if any attempt at coercion is attempted. It’s one thing for an out-of-touch communist-driven Biden administration to write some order on a piece of paper and give a little speech about it. Doing it is quite something else, and it appears that Biden and his handlers want to provoke violence from that demographic. They are almost asking for it. So, what are any of us to do about it? Here I offer some thoughts and direction that will help, especially relevant to the state I live in, Ohio.
As I said in the video above, I had a chance to talk to many people from the time I wrote this to when Biden made his announcement on Thursday, September 9th. In that video, I mentioned the Ohio Attorney General David Yost was joining several other states in a lawsuit against the Biden administration over the executive order. Still, I was thinking of a talk I had in the presence of the Secretary of State Frank LaRose and was surprised how unified the state Republicans were against Biden. Even DeWine was not supportive, which given the political situation, he doesn’t have a lot of wiggle room anyway. But what was encouraging was that several direct actions were already hot in the statehouse to protect the people of Ohio from a mandatory vaccination and businesses from being imposed to do the work that the federal government couldn’t with forced compliance. Hanging OSHA out to dry the way that Biden had, it was evident by the people I spoke to that the legal hurdles were ominous against the executive order, especially with the flow down of official procedures that OHSA would have to use to measure any compliance. For instance, companies who deal with routine ISO audits understand how complex these things can be, and for OSHA, Biden had just signed them up for a nightmare that likely would never get settled between the White House and the agency itself.
Aside from months and months of red tape in defining what OSHA would be doing as a compliance officer of forced vaccinations, Jennifer Gross, the House rep from my district, already had House Bill 248 cooking on the stove. That bill is a total ban on forced vaccinations in Ohio. There are some amendments that are needed, and the House has some idea how to get them applied to make everyone somewhat happy. Thank goodness Jennifer had that process already started so that passage can be accelerated to match the language of this recent executive order. That is the first path to providing exemptions that will further complicate what Biden’s people want to do with forced compliance. From my understanding of the amendments, it will essentially give the people who presently don’t want to get the jab a means to preserve that right. The trick is in getting businesses off the hook in doing the dirty work of government compliance. There is also a Vaccine Nullification bill moving through the Senate that will go even deeper, especially now that the executive order’s language is known. George Lang has been working on this one. It will further provide protections for businesses in Ohio to separate them from the burden of forced work demanded by the federal government onto businesses who don’t have such work as part of their business model, such as the obligatory testing requirement. Who does that and keeps up with it, an already taxed human resource department? Things like that will emerge as the legalisms get applied that the Biden administration either didn’t think of, or they hoped that businesses would jump offsides off a hard count. I think they knew this executive order wasn’t going to fly, but they tried to spook Americans into jumping anyway.
All those mechanisms will be working in the background for the next several months, but I offer a more direct path to push back on. I thought of the idea while speaking with Josh Mandel at a GOP event. We were both in line to get some food, and they had run out of green beans, so we had a moment to chat about this topic. He’s running for the Rob Portman Senate seat, so I was surprised how much he was willing to make the election fraud that went against President Trump a campaign issue. I was impressed with his ability to speak about it clearly and with conviction. It’s something that more and more establishment GOP types have been willing to discuss openly. Mandel might take that establishment tag personally, but he has been in some respectable GOP seats. He is running for the Senate, so it’s like I say, eventually, when you throw rocks, you win and find yourself in the establishment. And that is precisely what’s happening with the admission of election fraud in the 2020 election. Fox News might be afraid of lawsuits from Dominion for even discussing the possibility of election fraud. Mitch McConnell may not want to shake up the system that has enriched him so much to take a moral stand against fraud even though it’s obvious and in front of our face. But the trend among current officeholders now that they’ve seen the information coming out of Maricopa County in Arizona and Fulton County, Georgia, was that there was enough fraud to overturn the election, so the effort is picking up steam, politically. Much more so now than there was eight or nine months ago. And in another year, election fraud will be the talk of everyone. That’s where all this is headed, and the smart money knows it.
So rather than attacking Biden’s unconstitutionality with the forced vaccine mandates, and other terrors he has been a part of in such a short period, the best way to hit Biden, where he and the Democrats are weakest, is with election fraud. They can’t defend election fraud, and many of them are guilty of being a part of it, even if they only have third-person knowledge and didn’t ask questions about the matter, hoping to benefit from the chaos. By all accounts, we will find out that Biden should never have been president. We will question everything he ever did while in the White House. Yes, it will be a legal mess, but mixed in with this forced vaccination issue. If you want to beat Biden on his audacity with the forced vaccine mandates, then the way to hit him and the Democrats, in general, is not to take the eye of the ball of election fraud. I think they are trying to hide anyway because there is lots of evidence of election fraud. The media is still making fun of the premise that Arizona and other states are exploring the idea of decertifying their elections. For many in the establishment, this is an incomprehensible idea. Yet, it is gaining steam. The report that will come out of Arizona soon will make the case, and several states are talking about following them. This won’t be laughable when Josh Mandel and the other senate candidates have their election. It will be everyday talk. So, we might as well start that process now and hit the Biden people where it hurts most. Not so much in what latest unconstitutional imposition they throw at us, but in what they are trying desperately to hide. Because that is where they are most vulnerable.