In trucking, where the average rate of vaccination among surveyed carriers was 50 percent as of September according to ATA, the concern about the mandates’ impact on the supply chain is acute. In a letter to the White House’s acting administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Sharon Block provided to POLITICO, ATA estimated that companies impacted by the mandates could lose up to 37 percent of their drivers based on a survey.
“This power grab is sweeping in its scope,” the complaint from the 10 states reads. “Employees of federal contractors constitute one-fifth of the total U.S. workforce. And the mandate goes so far as to demand vaccination even from employees who work entirely within their own home. That is unconstitutional, unlawful, and unwise.”
The White House said it does not recommend that contractors take those employees off the job right away but instead demonstrate that they’re making a good faith effort toward getting that person to comply.Companies mull ending government contracts over vaccine mandate – POLITICO
There are already not enough ‘essential’ workers. Now the ‘perfect plan’ from the billionaires at the top of Big Pharma is to FORCE inject everyone, and if they don’t comply, FIRE them. What happens when 50 percent of truckers refuse the jab, and get fired?