Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by brehsimilitude, Jan 21, 2020.
Well most of them are vaxxed....or are we still acting like they aren't?
President can’t mandate it for congress. Flip side Pelosi could probably mandate it for Congress, as Speaker Of The House, but I’m not 100% sure on that.
Most of Congress is vaxxed.
Every single one of them are vaxxed they can pump fake all they want too.
“do as I say…” huh lol?
You're asking why congress isn't drawing up a vaccine mandate?
Truth of the matter is... all the members of congress been got their vaccine even the Republicans who told yall dumbasses NOT to get the vaccine
They got vaxxed up as soon as the vaccines became available so they don't even need a mandate. It's yall dumbasses that need one
Executive Branch can’t mandate Congress to get vaccinated
95% running mouths
<5% actual science.
People saying "well, they're all vacxed anyway". That's NOT the fukking point you dumbasses. The point is nobody FORCED them.
Do these college football teams and institutions require vaccines?
Watching the Texas @ Arkansas game and everyone bum rushed the field after the upset.
November is going to be
But from what i read america will reach immunity by jan 22
44million caught covid
160 mill vaccinated
Nobody's "forcing" anyone else to do so either.
Alot of those "muh freddoms" dudes are in the same boat with the Rizza Islam smart-dumb nikkas. They are backed into a corner because the actual scientific data is going against the bullshyt they been preaching since November. One thing arrogant ppl of all persuasions hate doing is backtracking and admitting they are wrong. They gonna ride these fake ass doctors and black seed oil remedies until the wheels fall off. fukk em
England vaccine passport plans ditched, Sajid Javid says
A scheme for vaccine passports for entry to nightclubs and large events in England will not be going ahead, the health secretary has said.
Sajid Javid told the BBC: "We shouldn't be doing things for the sake of it."
He said the government had looked at evidence, adding: "I'm pleased to say we will not be going ahead with plans."
It was thought the scheme, which came under criticism from venues and some MPs, would be introduced at the end of this month.
The Night Time Industries Association said the plans could have crippled the industry and seen nightclubs facing discrimination cases.
There was also opposition from Tory MPs on the Covid Recovery Group and the Liberal Democrats, whose leader Ed Davey, described them as "divisive, unworkable and expensive".
The move, revealed by the health secretary on the Andrew Marr Show, appears to be a sharp U-turn by the government.
On the same TV programme last week, vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi said the end of September was the right time to start the vaccine passport scheme for sites with large crowds because all over-18s would have been offered two jabs by then and it was the "best way" to keep the night industry open.
And this is why I’ll be in London in a week and a half