Stolen elections have consequences, and the push for forced vaccination from the Biden regime is one.

Although President Trump advocates for the vaccine, he’s stated he is for freedom of choice many times.

With the current Resident, Americans are forced to fight for their medical freedom and bodily autonomy.

Thankfully, the pressure from everyday Americans holding the line is catching up to the Biden administration.

This week, we’ve gloriously witnessed the COVID-19 vaccine mandate agenda start to unravel quickly.

Three U.S. automakers announced they would not mandate the jab for UAW workers.

A federal judge blocked Biden’s vaccine mandate on healthcare workers.

This has happened concurrently with the news of the jabbed and famous falling ill with COVID-19, while many athletes continue to collapse suddenly.

Now, Republicans are taking a stand to help push the COVID-19 vaccine agenda out of existence.

While the newest spending bill heads to the Senate after narrowly passing Congress 221-212, Republican Senators threaten a government shutdown over the draconian vaccine mandates.

The short-term spending bill, H.R. 6119, would ward off a looming government shutdown set to begin Friday.

H.R. 6119 allows the government to stay funded at last year’s levels until mid-February.

It also includes $7 billion in aid for Afghanistan evacuees.

While all Republicans were encouraged to vote no, RINO Adam Kinzinger from Illinois was the sole vote in favor.

Republican senators say they will use procedural tools to slow consideration of the

resolution if it doesn’t include a provision blocking enforcement of Biden’s vaccine mandates.

Conservatives leading the charge against Biden’s vaccine mandates include Sens. Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Roger Marshall (R-Kan).

Lee and Marshall have vowed to block the bill unless language preventing the government from enforcing Biden’s vaccine mandate for private employers is included.

Yahoo News has more:

U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., is leading a group of Republican senators seeking to leverage a potential government shutdown into blocking federal vaccine mandates announced earlier this year by President Joe Biden’s administration.

Lawmakers in Washington have until Friday to come to an agreement to keep the federal government funded, likely a temporary stopgap until early next year. Leaders from both parties came to an agreement Thursday evening on a short-term funding deal.

But Marshall is part of a group of lawmakers who want to draw the process out so amendments can be offered — notably language to undo the mandates, which are on hold currently due to a slate of court rulings.

“Shutting down the government is worth saving the jobs in Kansas,” Marshall told CNN Thursday.

The mandates at issue include a requirement from the Occupational Health and Safety Administration that workers at large companies get the vaccine or be tested weekly, as well as separate directives for federal contractors, health care workers and long-term care staff.

Marshall has indicated he would also support a vote on an amendment to block the large employer mandate’s implementation, which would be similar an unsuccessful effort he led on a spending bill in September. This could allow the latest funding package to move forward and potentially avert a government shutdown.

The U.S. House began taking up the short-term spending bill Thursday afternoon, though it is unclear when they might pass it and send it to the Senate.

Opposition to the mandates has raged at the state level as well.

 

It’s amazing when the truth forces its way into the public eye, and the mainstream news is forced to report it!

Sen. Ted Cruz is also vocal about letting a shutdown happen to stop Biden’s tyrannical vaccine mandates.

Cruz told reporters at the Senate on Thursday, “No pissant politician, whether a local mayor or governor or the president of the United States has the right or legal authority to force you to make that decision.”

He also told reporters that “we have seen in the course of this pandemic Democrats being very comfortable with being petty tyrants and decreeing that you must obey their medical mandates.”

To add fuel to the fire, Cruz just tweeted a video of Republican lawmakers being denied entry into an assembly chamber in New Jersey for not showing vaccination cards or test results.

Republicans Threaten Government Shutdown Over Biden’s Vaccine Mandates

As the clock ticks forward, more Republicans are coming out to support the shutdown.

It sure feels like the storm is upon us.

Democrats are in panic mode!

While not out of the ordinary, Nancy Pelosi seems confused at the whole ordeal, questioning the “double sense of irresponsibility.”

Pelosi says it’s “so silly” we have anti-science and anti-vaccine “people” that we are shutting the government down for.

Pelosi is so out of touch that she finds the real and fatal side effects of the COVID-19 jab silly.

She also dares to say her message is to “respect governance,” aka comply or else!

The Hill has more:

“It is, yet again, a double sense of irresponsibility: First of all, they’d shut down government, and then they’d shut down science,” Pelosi said during a press briefing in the Capitol.

A spirited Pelosi then rejected the suggestion that Democrats share responsibility for the impasse, arguing that the burden should fall on Republicans to justify their blockade over the vaccine requirements.

“It is, yet again, a double sense of irresponsibility: First of all, they’d shut down government, and then they’d shut down science,” Pelosi said during a press briefing in the Capitol.

A spirited Pelosi then rejected the suggestion that Democrats share responsibility for the impasse, arguing that the burden should fall on Republicans to justify their blockade over the vaccine requirements.

Let’s pray our government officials stand up to the Biden regime and protect America’s medical freedom.

SOURCE: WeLoveTrump

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