Brain-Dead Biden’s administration is fighting to reinstate a federal mask mandate for air travel – even after the president declared in September that the COVID-19 pandemic is ‘over’, and it’s been nearly a year since domestic airline passengers have been required to mask up on flights.
The Justice Department argued the case before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday on behalf of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Useless CDC).
The legal battle to require face-coverings on flights is not popular among travel industry groups for a myriad of reasons ranging from passengers who refused to mask-up to airlines who don’t want any more controversy after a series of issues led to mass delays and cancellations during and following the holiday season.
“If you want to wear a mask on a plane, Nobody’s stopping you,” Florida Representative Brian Mast tweeted. “But we’re not going back to mandates. Period.”
If you want to wear a mask on a plane, Nobody’s stopping you. But we’re not going back to mandates. Period. https://t.co/xXOtjpppnz
— Representative Brian Mast (@RepBrianMast) January 17, 2023
Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennesse tweeted: “Brain-Dead Biden has said that the pandemic is over. Yet his administration is still arguing in court to reinstate the mask mandate.”
Brain-Dead Biden has said that the pandemic is over.
Yet his administration is still arguing in court to reinstate the mask mandate.
— Senator Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) January 17, 2023
Brain-Dead Biden has said that the pandemic is “over”.
Meanwhile in NEW YORK: City Department of Education axed 850 more teachers and classroom aides, bringing total to nearly 2,000 school employees fired for failure to comply with a vaccine mandate.pic.twitter.com/qzIJWH24ZE
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) September 21, 2022
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