From all appearances, Joe Biden is trying to rule this country with an iron grip. Defying basic liberties within the Constitution, Biden has issued mandates in the name of safety that many believe actually put millions of Americans at risk.
His demands are forcing Americans to decide between feeding their families or protecting their God-given rights. Numerous businesses, private entities, and even states have challenged Biden’s sweeping rules.
Many have argued the president does not have the authority to issue such rules. At the very least, such mandates have to go through Congress—where they can be debated and challenged. That hasn’t stopped Biden, who continues to divide Americans based on this issue.
Now, the highest court in the land is about to decide if Biden’s agenda stands. From Fox News:
The justices will hear separate oral arguments over federal vaccine and testing rules for larger businesses and vaccine mandates for health care workers at facilities receiving Medicaid and Medicare funding. Enforcement of the policies – announced in November – has been put on holding pending resolution in the high court. Written rulings could come within a matter of days.
Today, the Supreme Court will hear arguments from the Biden administration in defense of two of his controversial mandates. In addition, the states and organizations that are suing him will also be making their case to the court. The decision of the court—which will have dramatic impacts on our country—could come as soon as next week.
The court’s decision will have a greater impact than just Biden’s mandates. If Biden can get away with sweeping mandates like this—it will set a precedent future presidents would exploit. Today, Biden is using the 2020 crisis to erode our liberties. But some future president might use another crisis to suspend our free speech, gun rights, or more.
It’s up to the Supreme Court to rule if the present situation warrants such a drastic move by the White House. Biden will no doubt try to hype up the problem, making it sound as if only his mandates can return us to normalcy. Of course, his arguments have already been eroded, when he admitted there is no federal solution.
But states challenging these mandates will have to point to the dangers of a president making sweeping rules like this. If Biden can get away with it now, where will it go? What radical changes will another president make, to push a political agenda?
That’s scary to think about, which is why the Supreme Court no doubt fast-tracked this case.
- The Supreme Court is hearing arguments today about Biden’s mandate.
- The court gave both sides less than two weeks to defend their position.
- Biden’s mandate could put up to 100 million Americans out of work.
Source: Fox News