October 21, 2021

Arizona sues Biden over unconstitutional vaccine mandates

Arizona became the first state to challenge the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates, sending a lawsuit to block the requirement for federal employees and employees in businesses with more than 100 people.

“The federal government cannot force people to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The Biden Administration is once again flouting our laws and precedents to push their radical agenda,” Attorney General Mark Brnovich said in statement.

“There can be no serious or scientific discussion about containing the spread of COVID-19 that doesn’t begin at our southern border,” he added.

Brnovich also argued the vaccine mandate is an infringement on individual liberties, breaching the separation of powers found in our nation’s Constitution.

“Under our Constitution, the President is not a king who can exercise this sort of unbridled power unilaterally. And even George III wouldn’t have dreamed that he could enact such sweeping policies by royal decree alone,” Brnovich said.

“There can be no serious or scientific discussion about containing the spread of COVID that doesn’t begin at our southern border,” Brnovich tweeted.

“The Biden Admin allows migrants to decline the vaccine, protecting their freedom and bodily autonomy more than U.S. citizens,” he added.

Arizona is the first state to file a lawsuit, but it will unlikely be the only one. Several additional states have announced plans to file similar lawsuits in efforts to block the new mandates.

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