RNC Chair McDaniel: GOP to fight Biden’s vaccine mandate

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel speaks during a news conference at the Republican National Committee in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel speaks during a news conference at the Republican National Committee in Washington.

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UPDATED 8:15 AM PT – Wednesday, November 17, 2021

RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel recently assured the Republican Party will put up a fight against Joe Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine mandates. This comes as the daily bread of Americans continues to be held hostage by government overreach.

In an op-ed on Tuesday, McDaniel wrote that Biden is trying to weaponize the federal government to force private businesses to fire hard-working Americans if they refuse a coronavirus vaccine. The RNC chair said making Americans choose between their medical freedom and their livelihood is a violation of personal liberty.

McDaniel added, Biden’s policies have already created labor shortages that threaten to collapse the U.S. economy. Her comments also come amid supply chain issues and rising inflation. Back September, McDaniel announced the RNC’s intention to sue the Biden administration in regards to their unconstitutional directives.

“Joe Biden told Americans when he was elected that he would not impose vaccine mandates. He lied. Now small businesses, workers, and families across the country will pay the price. Like many Americans, I am pro-vaccine and anti-mandate. Many small businesses and workers do not have the money or legal resources to fight Biden’s unconstitutional actions and authoritarian decrees, but when his decree goes into effect, the RNC will sue the administration to protect Americans and their liberties.”

— Ronna McDaniel, RNC chairwoman 

According to the GOP, he Biden administration is becoming increasingly unpopular as a result of its failed policies and Republicans will benefit come 2022.

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