Big Corporations are Already Complying with Biden’s Vax Mandates

And they are already setting up vaccine databases for all of their employees which will in turn be sent over to OSHA and thereby the Federal government, who will in turn go ahead and put those folks into the mainframe Federal database they’re already setting up. From Lifesite news.

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 6, 2022 (LifeSiteNews) – U.S. companies are preemptively creating the infrastructure to enforce the government’s vaccine mandates.

recent tweet by conservative celebrity Candace Owens spotlighted how Stanley Black & Decker, a Fortune 500 company and one of the largest tool manufacturers in the world, has developed an internal tracking system to monitor its employees’ COVID vaccination status.

“As we previously communicated on December 22, to prepare for the enforcement of the [OSHA] ETS,” read a company memo to its workers, “all U.S. employees are required to use the Vaccination Status Tracker by Friday, Jan. 7, 2022, to upload a copy of their COVID vaccination record, indicate that they are in the process of being vaccinated, or indicate that they do not intend to get vaccinated.

The tracker is a safe, secure, and easy-to-use digital tool available to all U.S. employees.”

The communication refers to OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) provision, which the Biden administration claims grants the agency the authority to enact sweeping vaccination mandates. More than a third of Congress has formally rejected this notion in a “friend of the court” brief to the U.S. Supreme Court, which is scheduled to hear arguments on January 7 about the OSHA mandate.

LifeSiteNews confirmed the authenticity of Stanley Black and Decker’s order with Debora Raymond, a company vice president of public relations. “Part of being compliant with the [OSHA] directive is collecting the vaccination status of our employees,” she wrote. “We have many resources available for our employees, including access to and guidance from our company’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Mitch McClure.”

LifeSiteNews inquired whether Dr. McClure was concerned at all about the mounting evidence that the COVID inoculations are harmful and their long-term side effects unknown, but had yet to hear back from Raymond at the time of publication.

Rather than championing employee’s constitutional rights, the Stanley Black and Decker memo shows that the company invested in enforcement of the OSHA mandate even before it received the force of law, demonstrated by the corporation’s willingness to spend its resources to create a unique COVID vaccination tracking system.


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