Biden’s Chief Of Staff In Hot Water After Court Ruling
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain has gotten himself into hot water and it could be the catalyst to submarine Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate.
Social media has once again gotten another official in trouble.
Late last week the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals put another nail into the coffin of Joe Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate calling it “staggeringly overbroad” and “superfluous at best.”
One of the foot notes in the 22 page ruling showed a social media post from September 9th from Ron Klain.
Klain had reposted a comment from MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle who wrote that the OSHA rule was a “work around.”
“OSHA doing this vax mandate as an emergency workplace safety rule is an ultimate work-around for the Federal govt to require vaccinations,” wrote Ruhle.
Judge Kurt Engelhardt, a member on the appeals court ruled that Klain’s retweet was an “endorsement” of the phrase “work-around.”
“From economic uncertainty to workplace strife, the mere specter of the Mandate has contributed to untold economic upheaval in recent months,” the judge added.
Despite being 0-2 the Biden administration is continuing the fight to keep the OSHA mandate in place.
“The Department will continue to vigorously defend the standard and looks forward to obtaining a definitive resolution following consolidation of all of the pending cases for further review,” a DOJ spokesperson said.
Klain also got himself in hot water when he posted on social media that inflation is only affected the upper class and it won’t impact others.
Biden himself has admitted that inflation is taking a toll on Americans but seemed clueless on how to deal with it.
“Everything from a gallon of gas to a loaf of bread costs more,’ he said. ‘We still face challenges and we have to tackle them… we have to tackle them head on.”
From Biden to Kain the rhetoric they’ve been spewing the past few months is really starting to come back and bite them. Remember when inflation was “transitory?”