President Joe Biden said during an event on vaccine mandates in Illinois Thursday that he didn’t “get” people’s opposition to vaccine mandates.
“I don’t quite get this, you know, why it’s a matter of, ‘No violation of your right to go to school, or get a job,’ etc., but now it’s a great cause célèbre?” Biden asked, mispronouncing the French word as he read it off the teleprompter.
Biden announced in late September that vaccines would be mandated for everyone in companies with more than 100 employees, but OSHA has not yet written the regulation to make the requirement official.
“Look, I know vaccination requirements are tough medicine, unpopular for some, politics for others, but they’re lifesaving, they’re game-changing for our country,” he said.
You know what’s really game-changing for our country, Biden? Following the Constitution and giving people the freedom to make their own choices in life.
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