Article VI, United State Constitution
….This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding….
Governor Mike Parson @GovParsonMO
The federal government has no authority to issue COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
2:20 PM · Oct 28, 2021
Some of the responses:
Actually Constitutional law has held that they do.
Right now Sullivan County Mo leads the state in per capita cases. They are also well under 50% even receiving a single dose.
Are you a Constitutional legal expert?
No, he’s in IT Security
And that’s a lie. Besides Washington’s mandate for small pox, there was one during the 1918 flu pandemic, and again in 1921. The SCOTUS ruled on this topic twice already and said the Feds have the right to enforce mandates for public health.
You didnt even know what a computer was like a week ago.
Hello? Hello? Is this thing on?
You know that’s not true, right?
Look I can’t come on your social media every single day and say “Supremacy Clause”. You need to start rereading the other times I’ve said it or something.
Looks like you know Constitution like you know IT. The failing grades continue, Governor.
You idiot, the government already mandates lots of vaccines for schools, government officials and military members. This is a PUBLIC health emergency. You Republicans are a death cult.
The only thing exceeding your ignorance and stupidity is your willingness to share it
Kyle Garner @KyleGarnerMO
Maybe Parson, instead of setting more of our money on fire, would like to just send me a check to Google basic shit any competent adult should know. He loves paying consultants, and I’m sure I’m cheaper than the lawyers he’ll pay to embarrass Missouri with this new bullshit.
4:55 PM · Oct 28, 2021
EXECUTIVE ORDER EO 21-10 [pdf]
WHEREAS, these federal vaccine mandates pose a significant risk to our state economy and workforce, and jeopardize public health by increasing vaccine hesitancy.