By now we’ve all seen the Supreme Court decision blocking the proposed OSHA ETS Vaccine/Testing mandate. Something HR professionals have been keenly watching for the last several months finally comes to pass. The outcome was (and should have been) predictable ~ the attempt of the Biden administration to use a workplace safety organization to regulate healthcare for roughly 80 million U.S. employees was doomed from the outset.
And yet it still had three votes of approval from the Supreme Court, removing any doubts of the political aspect of this particular maneuver.
Let’s give Biden the benefit of the doubt and presume he (or whoever is really making these decisions) was truly concerned about the health and safety of the American public. For someone like a jaded HR professional, there are a few contrary indicators that might make you doubt that sincere thought:
- There is no such mandate for members of Congress.
- There is no such mandate for the thousands of people illegally entering the country.
- There was no exception made for those with natural immunity.
- These are vaccines in name only – they do not stop you from getting or transmitting the virus.
- The cost and administrative burden forced upon employers was an afterthought.
oh, and one last thing…it’s unconstitutional. Yeah, that silly document that founded our government seems to be selectively applied depending upon who’s in charge, but this was a more egregious example than most. Try for a minute to imagine Donald Trump enabling a federal agency (of unelected bureaucrats) to mandate anything. The point? This is not a federal decision folks, it just isn’t.
But Supreme Court be damned, Biden is still pleading for companies to comply with this plan ~ it’s a little derivative now, isn’t it?
Join me and my red-headed co-host as we discuss the OSHA mandate, the CMS mandate, healthcare in America and we pick the scabs of several festering sores.
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