The Biden administration is seeking to transform America into a country of snitches.
Instead of developing the logistics and infrastructure to enforce his own vaccine mandate, Joe Biden is relying on American works to rat on each other, a common practice used in the Soviet Union.
Informants, spies, and snitches will be the backbone of enforcement for Biden’s mandate, a horrific and unconstitutional overreach of federal authority.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) must enforce Bdien’s vaccine rule that is set to go into effect Jan. 4, an enforcement setback after immense backlash from business owners. Small and medium-sized businesses are already experiencing unprecedented staffing crises due to ‘generous’ social handouts, so forced vaccination are likely to compound concerns.
Biden’s rule forces businesses with 100 or more employees to require their workers to be vaccinated or submit weekly negative COVID-19 tests. The cost of weekly testing will be absorbed by business owners.
However, OSHA is incredibly understaffed and underqualified to enforce such a mammoth policy. With only 1,850 inspectors tasked with policing the medical decisions of over 130 million workers at 8 million worksites, it’s no surprise Biden must rely on snitching to enforce the policy.
“There is no army of OSHA inspectors that is going to be knocking on employers door or even calling them,” Debbie Berkowitz, former OSHA chief of staff admitted.
Well, that’s good news – but only in the short term.
She added: “They’re going to rely on workers and their union representatives to file complaints where the company is totally flouting the law.”
This is exactly the tactic Communists utilized to enforce cultural purity and stamp out any dissidence within the Soviet Union.
Roughly 20% to 25% of OSHA inspections are due to receiving a complaint from a worker.
There are more rats in this country than initially thought!
OSHA plans to ‘encourage’ employers to comply to Biden’s public health policy by threatening hefty fines for both employer and employee.
“Now OSHA will follow up,” Michaels said. “They’ll respond to complaints. They’ll do spot checks. They’ll issue citations and fines, and they’ll make a big deal of those.”
Meanwhile, Biden’s vaccine mandate has been blocked by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals over issues with legality and constitutionality. The temporary stay order is being challenged by Biden’s Department of Justice.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney