Fox News reported on the same day that a group of state attorneys general (AGs) have sued the Biden administration to stop Executive Order 14042. Led by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, the lawsuit by the AGs claimed that Biden’s order is unconstitutional.
“Defendants, through their vaccine mandate, have exercised power far beyond what was delegated to the federal government by constitutional mandate or congressional action. The power to impose vaccine mandates, to the extent that any such power exists, is a power reserved to the states,” the lawsuit stated.
The lawsuit also warned of the effects of the vaccine mandate on federal contractors. “Far from increasing economy and efficiency in procurement, the contractor vaccine mandate will have deleterious effects on economy and inefficiency by causing the large-scale resignations of unvaccinated employees of federal contractors,” it stated.
The suit filed by the attorneys general is not the only complaint filed in response to the vaccine mandates.
“A class action lawsuit was being leveled … because while they haven’t really provided the proper paperwork for religious exemptions, and there’s a whole bunch of disputes going on about whether or not these religious exemptions were even going to be upheld, they weren’t being processed in a timely fashion,” Vandersteel said.
“The good news is – it appears that more people are jumping on this class action bandwagon. So many lawsuits are coming to the Biden administration over these forced clot shots that I don’t believe there’s enough people on their side to take all that’s incoming.” (Related: Biden’s mandate madness is socialist tyranny.)
Meta: New name, same old Zuckerberg
Vandersteel also mentioned Facebook’s name change in her show. The parent company behind social media platforms Facebook and Instagram and messaging platform WhatsApp changed its name to Meta amid its many scandals.
The New York Post reported that the name change forms part of the company’s long-term plan to create a “metaverse.” This metaverse is a virtual reality world where users can socialize, work, play games and create art.
“With all the scrutiny and public debate, some of you might be wondering why we’re doing this right now. Some people will say that this isn’t a time to focus on the future, and I want to acknowledge that there are important issues to work on in the present. There always will be. For many people, I’m not sure there will be a good time to focus on the future,” Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, alluding to his critics.
The “Steel Truth” host took a swipe at the name change. “Facebook, if you haven’t heard, changed [its] name to Meta. You know what that actually stands for? Make Everything Trump Again. Interesting choice, by the way.”
Vandersteel furthermore pointed out a much more sinister reason for the name change.
“To me, it refers to metadata – which really is the LifeLog. Isn’t that where this all started? Facebook was originally LifeLog, a [Central Intelligence Agency] and [Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency] operation. They’ve now consumed all of our metadata, and they’re going to be open and bold about it and change their name to Meta. Bravo, Zuckerberg,” Vandersteel said.
“Well, a name change is not going to be enough to stop what’s coming. Nothing can stop what’s coming. They think that this name change to Meta is going to be enough to shield Facebook from the latest wave of backlash.” (Related: Revealed: Facebook’s secret blacklist of “dangerous individuals and organization”.)
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