2022 continues to be a year of hits to the COVID-19 agenda that had been promoted by the Biden administration since Amtrak Joe took office in 2020. On top of the Supreme Court ruling against President Joe Biden enforcing the COVID-19 jab on America’s workforce, on January 25, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) withdrew their own “vaccine mandate”. 

Affecting around 84 million U.S. workers, OSHA wrote in a statement the decision will take effect on January 26, 2022. “Although OSHA is withdrawing the vaccination and testing ETS as an enforceable emergency temporary standard, the agency is not withdrawing the ETS as a proposed rule. The agency is prioritizing its resources to focus on finalizing a permanent COVID-19 Healthcare Standard,” the agency said, emphasizing that it “strongly encourages vaccination of workers against the continuing dangers posed by COVID-19 in the workplace.”

The original mandate was proposed back in September by President Joe Biden, who warned against the dangers of COVID-19 but also criticized Americans who refused to get the supposed miracle drug. “We’ve been patient, but our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. So, please, do the right thing.” He would add, “But just don’t take it from me; listen to the voices of unvaccinated Americans who are lying in hospital beds, taking their final breaths, saying, ‘If only I had gotten vaccinated. If only,’” he said, ultimately pitching the rule to “protect vaccinated workers from unvaccinated co-workers.”

It should be noted that the rejection from the Supreme Court came around one year after Biden, who was the president-elect at the time, said he would NOT demand or force vaccines. He said, “No. I don’t think it should be mandatory. I wouldn’t demand it be mandatory. But I would do everything in my power — I don’t think masks need to be made mandatory nationwide.”