Republicans on Capitol Hill are taking the fight to the Democrats in a 2022 preview of things to come. On Wednesday in the House they voted to end the vaccine scam that has lost all credibility when it comes to public health and is instead a crude political ploy to scare the American people into perpetual government regulation of their daily lives.

FNC: “Top Republicans on Capitol Hill launched an official challenge Wednesday to President Biden’s executive order mandating all businesses with 100 employees or more to enforce vaccine-or-testing requirements.

Rep. Fred Keller, R-Pa., ranking member of the House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections, is leading over 160 Republicans in an effort to counter a mandate that GOP lawmakers argue will further exacerbate the nation’s rising inflation. Senate Republicans are leading an identical challenge in the upper chamber.

Under guidelines issued by the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued earlier this month, 84 million Americans would be subject to the vaccine mandate or could face termination. Businesses will also face their share of repercussions if they fail to enforce the mandate, and could see fines as high as $14,000 per violation.”

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“We’re fighting for the American people,” Keller told press. “This covers people that went to work every day during the pandemic and provided the goods and services that we need as a free society to be successful…The problem is, it seems like the administration no longer appreciates all the people that get the work done every day, but instead wants to impose their idea of what they should be doing,” he said. “The administration thinks that they know what’s better for America than Americans do.”

Keller continued, “These are American concerns. These aren’t concerns that should be Republican or Democrat. It’s not right or left – it’s right or wrong. We’re on the right side of this believing that the American people control their destiny and the government is not here to impose its will upon the people.” He called for an immediate House vote on vaccine mandates. “That will show their constituents whether or not they believe their constituents are capable of making those decisions for themselves,” Keller said. “The government doesn’t run the people, the people run the government.”