Joe Biden’s world has come completely undone over the last few days.
Don’t get me wrong… he was already in bad shape.
However, now that the Supreme Court has shot down his OSHA mandate, businesses are saying enough.
I get why companies were getting a jump on the mandate.
Had it been approved, it would have been massive fines if they did not follow the vaccine mandate.
There is simply no way, especially in this economic environment, companies wanted to start firing people over not taking the jab.
Now that the court has ruled, some big companies are putting their mandate orders back on the shelf.
The latest to do so is General Electric, which has suspended its mandate immediately.
Bloomberg, on Friday, reported, “The Boston-based maker of jet engines, wind turbines and medical scanners confirmed its decision Friday via email.
“GE is the first major company to halt its policy after the Supreme Court blocked the centerpiece of President Joe Biden’s push to boost Covid-19 vaccinations.”
Even though the order was struck down, Biden hopes that he can continue pushing major companies to enforce the mandate.
With there being staffing shortages in virtually every employment sector from COVID, my guess is that we are going to start to see more companies starting to shelf the mandate rather than continue to lose employees.
What do you think of Biden asking employers to continue to enforce an unconstitutional mandate?
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