To Vax or Not to Vax: A Personal Choice — Watch Cure America with Star Parker Episode 66

President Joe Biden has run into another roadblock to his declared mandates that federal government employees and all U.S. employers with 100 or more workers be vaccinated against COVID-19. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reaffirmed its decision to enact a stay on the workplace vaccination mandate following a legal challenge from Texas and several other states.

The court ordered the U.S. Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration to “take no steps to implement or enforce the Mandate until further court order.”

The mandate has prompted numerous legal challenges from at least 27 states as well as from business and religious groups that argue the mandate is unconstitutional. Businesses that don’t comply face thousands of dollars in fines.

We talked about these vaccine mandates a few months ago on CURE America and thought we’d bring back this discussion that anyone who dares to even question the vaccine gets cancelled or shamed.

In this episode we speak with a medical doctor, Robin Armstrong, an owner of the Armstrong Medical Group. We will talk in depth with him and a great panel of experts, including Horace Cooper, Senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research and co-chairman of the Project 21; Richard Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government; and Roger Severino, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.

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  1. From the beginning of the pandemic in South LA, African-Americans were hesitant about being tested. Later even more reluctant to get vaccinated. Then one morning last winter a news report from Martin Luther King Hospital in Watts found the facility “overloaded” with dying patients. After that people took the pandemic a bit more seriously.