Joe Biden spent over a year campaigning for president by backing Donald Trump as a tyrant.
Yet less than a year after taking office, he’s already upended the Constitution countless times.
Now, one report shows that Biden is about to impose the most tyrannical executive order in history.
Joe Biden’s war against the U.S. Constitution carries on with growing momentum.
After taking office in January, Biden has targeted Second Amendment rights with a renewed push for gun control, privacy rights by expanding the NSA’s spy powers over ordinary American citizens, and freedom of speech by collaborating with Silicon Valley tech giants to silence conservative voices.
Now, he’s taking his relentless crusade against civil liberties to a new level with one secret executive order that could ban interstate travel for non-vaccinated Americans.
US News and World Report states, “In just the past two weeks, Biden has forced millions of federal workers to attest to their vaccination status or face onerous new requirements. He’s met with business leaders at the White House to press them to do the same.”
US Needs adds, “…more severe measures — such as mandating vaccines for interstate travel or changing how the federal government reimburses treatment for those who are unvaccinated and become ill with COVID-19 — have been discussed.”
The move comes after a series of nationwide protests against renewed mask mandates and lockdowns.
With the guidance of Anthony Fauci, Biden is now contemplating an even stricter round of COVID restrictions than were imposed at the height of the pandemic in March and April of 2020.
Federal-imposed restrictions on interstate travel for American citizens would be an unprecedented action.
Never in American history has the Federal government tried to ban the free movement of its own citizens between states, and such a move would almost certainly be unconstitutional.
Of course, that hasn’t stopped Biden before, and US News and World Report indicates that the only thing that is preventing Biden from doing so now is a fear of public backlash, not a concern that the interstate travel ban is unconstitutional.
“That’s not to say they [interstate travel bans] won’t be implemented in the future, as public opinion continues to shift toward requiring vaccinations as a means to restore normalcy,” adds US News and World Report.
According to Georgetown law professor Lawrence Gostin, Biden is expected to continue to impose draconian lockdown rules, and may pursue the interstate travel ban further down the line.
“[Biden’s] really going to have to use all the leverage the federal government has, and indeed use pressure points,” Gostin said. “And I think there are a few that he can do but he hasn’t done yet.”
The travel bans would almost immediately be challenged to the Supreme Court, if Biden does in fact impose such a restriction.
But even after the court struck down an extension of the eviction moratorium earlier this year, Biden’s CDC simply went ahead and extended the policy despite the fact that the nation’s highest court ruled the move unconstitutional.