Mark Bronovich slams President’s ‘unconstitutional exercise of police powers’
Arizona Attorney General Mark Branovich, who has filed the first state lawsuit against President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, joined “America Reports” on Wednesday in what he called an “unconstitutional” power grab by the White House. asked to drop his case against him.
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Mark Bronovich: I don’t think we can have any kind of serious discussion on COVID that doesn’t start with talking about what’s happening at our border. I think it demonstrates the hypocrisy of the Biden administration where they are completely ignoring the problem, which we know has a huge impact on us. And then literally what they’ve done is they’ve said that if you’re a non-citizen, you have a choice whether you get vaccinated or not. But if you are a US citizen, you will need to get the vaccine. And so it clearly violates the equal protection clause. But secondly, I think it’s really important to emphasize John that if you read our lawsuit, we also say that the President has no power anywhere in the Constitution, especially when you’re on the 9th and Consider the 10th amendment. , anyone anywhere should get vaccinated for mandatory. So from Jump Street, our position is that this is an unconstitutional exercise of police powers that the President does not have. And besides, even if he can, he is doing it in a way that is completely contrary to the constitution, where he gives people who are here illegally a choice whether it should be But then they are forcing US citizens to get vaccinated. – I think Biden shows complete hypocrisy and contradiction within the administration.
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