“I have this strange notion, we are a democracy. Some of my Republican friends and some of my Democrat friends even, occasionally say ‘If you can’t get the votes by executive order, you gotta do something.’ Things you can’t do by Executive order unless you’re a dictator. We’re a democracy. We need consensus.”– Joe Biden, Vice President, United States of America
=The Daily Sniff=
The illegitimate president of the United States of America, Joe Biden, has been on an Executive Order frenzy since day one in office. To date, Biden has signed more than forty Executive Orders, an action he once described as one used by dictators.
One of the fallouts of this E.O. frenzy is a further clamp down on non-mask wearing travelers in at airports, rail stations, bus stations, and any public transportation as mandated in the Executive Order. The E.O. for “Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel” adds insult to the injury the American people have already suffered at the hands of quarantine, small business shut downs, and a ruined economy. The Executive Order goes into effect on February 2, 2021 and remain effective until May 11, 2021.
Some of the civil penalties travelers may incur include, “interfering with screening personnel, attempting to circumvent screening requirements, or a combination of these offenses. There has always been news about the TSA infiltrating train stations and bus stations, and unleashing their circus of security theater in more places than just the airport, but now Americans are facing fines when their pocket books are already thinning, and the illegitimate president of the United States of America, Joe Biden, has already signed additional Executive Orders destroying American jobs, raising taxes, and making medicines and other medical necessities more expensive to buy. One can only hope that Joe Biden will do so much damage in his first ninety days that the American public, including the unseen and unaccounted eighty million people whom allegedly voted for him, will recall this one term disaster.
Exemptions to Executive Order
- People under two years of age
- People with a disability
- People who can not wear a mask due to disability
- People at risk in regards to workplace, health, safety or job duty.