Get Help: Federal Vaccine Mandate
The federal mandate that hundreds of millions of Americans must receive a vaccination or be fired is unprecedented, unconstitutional and unacceptable. While we continue fighting to stop this unconstitutional overreach, I also believe that if the federal government is going to mandate you get the vaccine, they should be held liable for any side effects that may happen as a result.
I will do everything to help you if you are concerned about being forced into a vaccination you do not want and it affecting your employment, if you are an employer concerned about how this may impact your business, or if you are a member of the military or a civilian employee of a government agency slated for forced vaccination. I believe that if any employer is forcing you to be vaccinated, they should accept liability for any possible side effects. Upon your request, I can reach out to the agency on your behalf to request that they acknowledge liability.
Federal government employees are required to be vaccinated by November 22, 2021 by President Biden’s Executive Order 14043. If you are a federal employee, you may fill out the following Digital Privacy Release form, and my office will make a Congressional inquiry to your employing agency on your behalf.
For private sector employers with over 100 employees, President Biden has promised a similarly authoritarian mandate. The agency that is ultimately responsible for this unconstitutional mandate is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a division of the Department of Labor. While OSHA is still in the process of finalizing this rule, if you would like to file a complaint or comment with OSHA regarding the mandate, you may fill out the following Digital Privacy Release form, and I will make a Congressional inquiry to OSHA on your behalf.
While I cannot guarantee you a favorable outcome in either circumstance, our office will do our best to help you receive a fair and timely response to your concerns.
Please include all pertinent information and claim numbers in your correspondence—such as:
- Your address, home phone number and daytime phone number (if different than home) so that we can obtain any additional information from you that might be necessary;
- If applicable, the federal agency you are employed by;
- Copies of any related documents or correspondence that you may have from the agency involved.
The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. § 552a) requires that Members of Congress or their staff have written authorization before they can obtain information about an individual's case.
We must have your signature to proceed with this type of request.