Republicans are working to stop the Biden administration from reinstating COVID regulations because of “concern for possible outbreaks.” They want to prevent the reinstatement of mask laws, which the GOP views as ineffectual and unscientific.
Ohio Senator J.D. Vance, a Republican, has sponsored the Freedom to Breathe Act, which would delay until 2024 the implementation of federal mask laws in public institutions, including schools, airports, and public transit.
Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-GA) spoke against mandatory mask use and lockdowns. Republican Missouri Senator Eric Schmitt has also spoken against compulsory vaccination and face covering. In addition, Reps. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Bob Good (R-VA) have put up resistance to those who want to impose even more COVID regulations to “exert even more authority over our daily lives.”
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said his state would maintain its stance against Biden’s biological dictatorship.
According to Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), we shouldn’t force people to wear masks or have their kids vaccinated against their will.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said she would not vote to finance any school that uses masking for COVID because she believes it to be lunacy and child cruelty.
Governor Tate Reeves states that Mississippi will have no lockdowns, COVID-19 vaccination requirements, or mandatory mask use.
Republican governor Greg Gianforte said his state will not institute lockdowns or mask requirements since the pandemic emergency declaration was lifted more than two years ago.
Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has indicated that the state would not implement mandatory mask use or vaccination against the COVID-19 virus.
Florida Republican Representative Byron Donalds has said his party would not tolerate the return of mask requirements.
The goal of the legislation proposed by Sen. Vance is to block any efforts by President Joe Biden or federal agencies to require the use of face masks on public transportation or in schools.
Trump is worried that moves by the left to bring back COVID lockdowns and regulations may affect the 2024 presidential race.