Trump attacks medical tyranny: ‘We have to END the mandates’

by Summer Lane

In an upcoming interview with Kash Patel on the Epoch Times’ online show, “Kash’s Corner,” President Trump attacked vaccine mandates in America, stating that “we have to end the mandates.”

In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic swept the nation and the world, and President Trump countered the virus’ arrival with the closure of international travel to and from China. Additionally, Trump also implemented a vaccine-development program called Operation Warp Speed, which oversaw the creation and distribution of three Covid vaccines.

But never did the 45th president issue or promote vaccine mandates of any sort, unlike the current administration.

The 45th president took a swing at Joe Biden in his upcoming interview with Kash Patel, saying that the Biden administration doesn’t “know what the hell they’re doing.” He added, “They had more [deaths] in his year – and that’s after everything that we developed, therapeutics, vaccines, everything.”

Joe Biden attempted to implement federal vaccine mandates, but recently suffered a setback when the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) struck down his mandate for private employers with more than 100 employees.

The Biden administration suffered a blow from SCOTUS in January

During a Save America rally in Conroe, Texas last month, President Trump reminded his supporters that he is “proud” to be “the anti-mandate president…I fiercely resisted mandates of any kind!” He called on the Biden administration to “leave us the hell alone.”

“Tell Joe Biden, our medical choices are none of his business!” the 45th president demanded.

President Trump, who is poised to possibly run in 2024, is winning the hearts of many Americans who are burdened under the restrictive policies of the Biden administration which has waged war against medical freedom and economic opportunity since January 2020.

If Trump runs in 2024, his platform will likely continue to push back against vaccine mandates and other violations of medical and personal freedom.

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