Op Ed # 640 Senator J. D. Vance, USMC Passes Senate Amendment To Ban Federal Mask Mandates
By Capt Joseph R. John, October 30, 2023
Another Endorsed Combat Veteran For Congress, Senator James D. Vance, USMC (R-OH) struck a blow in support of the Personal Freedom of all American Citizens. Senator Vance authored and worked to ensure the passage of an Amendment entitled “Freedom to Breathe Act”.
The Act restricts any federal funds from being used to enforce mask mandates on passenger flights, transit buses, trains, and other publicly funded transportation. In a statement on Wednesday, October 25th, Senator Vance called the passage of the Amendment “a massive victory for Personal Freedom.” Sen Vance said, “I think it is reasonable to not ask the American people to re-enter the era of mask mandates. My amendment does that.”
We encourage all American Voters to support the 19 Endorsed Combat Veterans For Congress, and to vote for them in the up and coming Primary and General Elections of 2024. The Endorsed Combat Veterans For Congress, at one time raised their right hand and swore to Protect and Defend the US Constitution, and those Endorsed Combat Veterans continue to abide by and support that sacred oath. At one point in their lives, Combat Veterans wrote a blank check made payable to “The United States of America” for an amount “up to and including their lives.”
We encourage American Voters to read the below listed article that provides information about the passage of Senator J. D. Vance’s Amendment, the Freedom to Breathe Act.
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Senator J D Vance Passes Senate Amendment To Ban Federal Mask Mandates
October 25, 2023
The Senate has passed an amendment banning federal mask mandates on commercial airlines and public transportation.
In a 59-38 vote on Wednesday, Senators, which included multiple Democrats voting in favor of the amendment, was introduced by Senator JD Vance (R-Ohio.).
The amendment restricts any federal funds from being used to enforce mask mandates on passenger flights, transit buses, trains, and other publicly funded transportation through the next fiscal year.
In a statement on Wednesday, Vance called the passage of the amendment “a massive victory for personal freedom.”
“We saw countless abuses of authority throughout the COVID pandemic, and the American people were justifiably enraged by unscientific mask mandates,” he said. “It is narrowly scoped,” Vance continued. “It applies for the next 11 months and applies to transportation cases. And I think it is reasonable to not ask the American people to reenter the era of mask mandates. My amendment does that.”
In September, Vance introduced a bill called the Freedom to Breathe Act , which would not allow any federal official, including the president, from implementing a mask mandate through the end of 2024.
This comes after the CDC had issued an order in January 2021 mandating travelers on public transportation transits to wear a mask, which was in line with President Joe Biden’s executive action mandating masks for any interstate travel.
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