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The US Supreme Court has blocked President Joe Biden's rule requiring workers at large companies to be vaccinated or masked and tested weekly.
The justices at the nation's highest court said the mandate exceeded the Biden administration's authority.
Separately they ruled that a more limited vaccine mandate could stand for staff at government-funded healthcare facilities.
That's a good result. I think we can all live with that.
I am an anti vaxx/ mask/coronavirus person. I was raised in a very poor area, I swam in sewers, ate the best parts of a moldy day old loaf of bread. I was sent out to play with children in the neighborhood that had chicken pox just to get it. My first bed of my own I pulled out of the garbage at 13 years of age. I was mostly on my own by 15 sleeping in places that would make most peoples skin crawl.
I put myself through high school, the military and collage I started working when I was 15 and as of age 52, I have been without work in all those years less then two months.
Coronavirus to me is clearly a red flag, there are so many parts of it that just makes no sense to me or my family. I work in a facility that only has less then 40 employees, so the mandates have no effect on me alone. My wife on the other hand was a social worker for a veterans nursing home that was falling under the mandates in a state that is to weak to stand up for its people. My wife resigned from her 30 dollar an hour job with excellent benefits, to a job working with children in a daycare for 11 dollars an hour with no benifits but is happy and relieved she does not have to get the vaccine.
I am not complaining just saying we have our beliefs and we will go back to meager beginnings to up hold them.
The Supreme Courts decision saved my sons job, and mine and hopefully in a time when this b.s. has moved on, my wife can then get back to social work again.