Texas Governor Set To Sue Biden Admin Over National Guard Vax Mandate

Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate tyranny just hit another roadblock.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott is set to sue the Biden administration over its National Guard vaccine mandate.

From Just The News:

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that he plans on suing the Biden administration over what he views as the “unconstitutional vaccine mandate” for members of the Texas National Guard

The Republican governor announced the lawsuit in a letter instructing Texas Military Maj. Gen. Tracy Norris to “not punish any guardsman for not choosing to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.”

Abbott has actively resisted vaccine mandates since August when he issued an executive order against mandates for all workers. Abbott wrote that he feels President Joe Biden has “muddied the waters” by issuing a Department of Defense vaccine mandate, so he wanted to “clear up any confusion.”

Unless Biden federalizes the Lone Star State’s national guard, Abbott says he is Norris’ commander-in-chief and “will not tolerate” vaccine mandates. The federal government has threatened to cut off funding, including guardsmens’ retirement benefits, in response.

“Win or lose, President Biden must be held accountable for his unconscionable willingness to hollow out the Texas National Guard. Please know that I am grateful for your service and will continue fighting on your behalf,” Abbott concluded.

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