Source: by Vince Quill

They let it slip……

Government isn’t good at doing anything—not even keeping secrets for their evil plans.

According to sources, Biden’s White House Chief of Staff accidentally retweeted a message highlighting the ultimate work-around for OSHA rules protecting workers from undue vaccine and medical mandates.

These people always overplay their hand, and Biden’s White House Chief of Staff just revealed to the entire world what’s truly on the mind of the authoritarian regime in D.C.

The only thing I have left to say about this particular incident is this: lawsuits.

I know a lot of people are scared right now, but just don’t comply.

Mass noncompliance is key, and then just hold out until the lawsuits hit—some of which have already been announced, or start one of your own.

If you work for an employer who tries to force this on you, force them to fire you—don’t quit, and don’t give into their demands.

Here are the latest developments on Biden’s medical tyranny:

Fox News took notice of the Freudian retweet:

Ronald Klain, the White House chief of staff, faced criticism on social media Thursday after he retweeted a post that seemed to praise the Biden administration for pulling off the “ultimate work-around” for a national COVID-19 vaccine requirement.

President Biden announced proposed rules that would force private-sector employers with more than 100 workers to either require them to be fully vaccinated or mandate that they undergo weekly tests. Biden referred to the mandate as a “new action plan.” The rules would be enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Significant pushback has already occurred according to The Epoch Times:

Such mandates will likely create more opposition. A recent Gallup poll found that about 52 percent favored employer vaccine mandates but 38 percent opposed, with 29 percent saying they were strongly opposed.

A number of unions also have issued statements in recent weeks saying they are opposed to vaccine mandates, including some hospital workers unions, firefighters unions, and police unions.

Some other unions have voiced opposition to vaccine mandates. Hospital workers with Service Employee International Union 1199 held a rally in July to oppose a mandate imposed by New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan. Firefighter and police unions from Chicago to Newark, New Jersey, are also opposing mandates.