Republican Governors Push Back Against New CDC Mask Decree

The CDC has once again flip-flopped with the politicized agency’s latest guidance on masking by requiring that even those who have been vaccinated should wear the face diapers indoors under certain conditions.



It came as a shock to those who have complied with Joe Biden’s orders to be jabbed who naively believed that receiving the vaccine would allow them to return to their normal lives before the Democrats exploited the COVID crisis to seize sweeping new powers which were used to punish their enemies and advance their extreme agenda.

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With the new guidance in place, Democrats and their footsoldiers in America’s teacher’s unions will now be able to force children who will be returning to classrooms to wear the stifling face coverings all day long and the “public-private partnership” that serves as their muscle will be able to reimpose mandatory masking in stores, restaurants along with sporting and entertainment venues.

Far-left Disney which has completely abandoned its humble, family-friendly, pro-American roots quickly moved to reimplement the masking mandates at both of the corporation’s massive theme parks in California and Florida.

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But there is resistance against the tyranny of the masks with Republican governors of the red states that have been dishonestly blamed for the spike in cases.

Florida’s Ron DeSantis, a serious contender for the White House in 2024 if Trump chooses not to run forcefully condemned Washington’s attack on freedom and the “Faucian dystopia” that the Biden regime seeks to impose.

“No closures, no to restrictions and no mandates,” DeSantis said to cheers at a conservative event in Utah, “Floridians are free to choose and all Americans should be free to choose how they govern their affairs, how they take care of themselves, and our families and they should not be consigned to live, regardless of what state in the union, consigned to live in a Faucian dystopia in which we’re governed by the whims of bureaucratic authorities who care little for our freedom, little for our aspirations and little for our happiness. No more, we can’t let it happen going forward.”

Texas Governor Greg Abbott made it clear that the mask mandates are a no-go in the Lone Star State where residents have “the right to choose” whether they and their children will wear masks.

Kristi Noem of South Dakota also rejected the CDC’s politically motivated reversal and strongly emphasized that the state’s residents have the right to choose; “we won’t be mandating anything” she tweeted.



Iowa’s Kim Reynolds correctly pointed out that the CDC’s guidance would be the impetus for mask mandates in classrooms, which she empathized that she does not support.

Governor Pete Ricketts of Nebraska nailed it that the CDC mask decree isn’t going to do much to promote confidence in the vaccines and that his state would be ignoring the guidance.

Arizona’s Doug Ducey also blasted the CDC.

According to Ducey, “Arizona does not allow mask mandates, vaccine mandates, vaccine passports or discrimination in schools based on who is or isn’t vaccinated. We’ve passed all of this into law, and it will not change.” He said in a statement. “The CDC today is recommending that we wear masks in school and indoors, regardless of our vaccination status. This is just another example of the Biden-Harris administration’s inability to effectively confront the COVID-19 pandemic.”

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Nothing has been more beneficial to Biden and the Democrats than their ability to use the media and the bureaucracy to whip up hysteria over COVID in order to steamroll helpless congressional Republicans with their agenda; the only resistance will be at the state level.

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