Mike Pence criticizes Biden for COVID-19 vaccination mandates

Former Vice President Mike Pence criticized COVID-19 vaccination mandates recently announced by Head of State Joe Biden. Pence called the announcement “unlike anything he has ever heard from an American president.”

The last: This Thursday, Biden reported that all private employers with 100 or more workers must require the COVID-19 vaccine, or weekly tests for those who cannot be vaccinated. Biden emphasized, after the announcement, that his obligation was to protect all Americans.

  • The president asked the governors to force teachers and school personnel to get vaccinated.
  • The Republican National Committee and a group of Republican governors vowed to sue the administration over its vaccine and testing mandate.

¿What do they say? “For the president of the United States to say he has been patient, but his patience is wearing thin, is not the way the American people expect our elected leaders to speak to them,” Pence said.

  • For the former vice president that the president “scolds” the people and the governors “is not the American way.”
  • Pence joins the group of Republican reactions against Biden’s vaccination orders, which come amid a new spike in infections and hospitalizations in the country.

Main source of the news: The Hill


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