WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Brian Mast (FL-18) today launched a web portal to help employees and employers fight back against President Joe Biden’s unconstitutional mandate that forces individuals to get the coronavirus vaccine, giving up their personal liberties with virtually no exemptions granted for medical, religious or conscience objections.  He is also demanding accountability from the federal government, which does not accept liability for adverse side effects that may follow forced inoculation.  

Any employee or employer who is concerned about the mandate impacting his or her employment status or his or her overall business may use the new web portal through Rep. Mast’s website.  Upon request, Rep. Mast can contact their employing agency or business to convey the concerns and ask that the government acknowledge liability for adverse side effects. 

“This is Big Government at its worst.  Joe Biden is threatening the livelihoods of millions of Americans if they don’t shut up and do what the government tells them to.  He is depriving them of their personal liberties, and at the same time, failing to acknowledge any responsibility or liability for potential adverse side effects,” Rep. Mast said. “I’ve heard from numerous employees and employers who are concerned about this mandate impacting their employment or their businesses.  They are desperate for assistance fighting this authoritarian order.  I will do everything in my power to help them.”

Concerned individuals may access the portal at www.mast.house.gov/vaccinemandate



  • On September 10, 2021, President Biden announced the mandate, which currently covers all branches of the U.S. military and employees of federal agencies and, according to President Biden’s announcement, will ultimately expand to private businesses with over 100 employees.  Companies that do not comply could face fines of up to $14,000 per violation. 
  • The federal agency ultimately responsible for implementing this mandate is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a division of the Department of Labor.  OSHA is still in the process of finalizing the rule.
  • The office of Rep. Mast has already been contacted by dozens of concerned federal employees and military personnel expressing their concern about their vaccine status impacting their employment.