Majority Of American Voters Say Biden Vaccine Mandate Unconstitutional Abuse, Fear It Could Lead To Future Problems
The vast majority of American voters in this country do not believe that President Joe Biden possesses the constitutional authority to mandate coronavirus vaccines for workers and are scared that allowing such a move to go forward could result in a precedent being set for future abuses.
A brand new survey concerning the topic of the president’s controversial actions last week reveals that 58.6 percent of voters stated that Biden does not have the authority to create a mandate for businesses with 100 or more employees, while 55.5 percent said that this sort of action will lead to future presidential abuses.
And significantly, the Trafalgar Group survey, done in cooperation with Convention of States Action, showed wide support for state governors challenging the White House.
“The numbers are clear, the American people passionately oppose Biden’s vaccine mandate, and will not tolerate a president elected by the people acting like a dictator or king,” Mark Meckler, president of Convention of States Action, stated while weighing in on the results of the poll.
“Our citizens stand squarely with courageous, principled governors who know this isn’t about health, science, or compassion. It’s a naked political power grab,” he went on to add.
The federal government does not possess the power to force a vaccine mandate on workers in their own ranks, let alone on privately owned businesses. Any powers not specifically listed in the Constitution as belonging to the federal government are reserved to the states.
Biden has overstepped his constitutional bounds and needs to be shut down immediately.