Last Updated on December 17, 2021
American multinational aircraft manufacturer and government contractor Boeing has issued a statement declaring that it will not enforce Joe Biden’s controversial and divisive COVID-19 vaccine mandate after a series of federal rulings have dealt the White House devastating losses.
In a statement first obtained by Seattle-based KIRO, Boeing announced their intention to suspend the mandate.
“We continue to encourage our employees to get vaccinated and get a booster shot if they have not done so,” a Boeing spokesperson said.
“Meanwhile, after careful review, Boeing has suspended its vaccination requirement in line with a federal court’s decision prohibiting enforcement of the federal contractor executive order and a number of state laws.”
BREAKING: Boeing suspends vaccine mandate. pic.twitter.com/U6wvEUIxTP
— Charlie Harger (@KIROCharlie) December 17, 2021
Boeing employs over 140,000 workers across the United States, and is the second largest federal contractor in the country.
Being a federal contractor, Boeing was subject to an executive order from the Biden White House demanding that all of its employs be vaccinated.
Good breaking news: Boeing dropped its vaccine mandate for employees.
— Jason Rantz on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) December 17, 2021
This executive order was halted by a federal judge earlier this month.
Joe Biden and his White House’s legally questionable vaccine mandate for federal contractors’ was halted nationwide by a federal judge on Tuesday, it was confirmed this morning.
Set to take effect on January 4, 2022, the mandate applied to nearly one quarter of the entire United States workforce, as the mandate targeted all companies that do business with the federal government such as Microsoft, Google, Lockheed Martin, and General Motors.
This latest vaccine mandate shutdown comes after Kentucky federal judge’s grant of a preliminary injunction involving a lawsuit in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio.
The Biden regime’s government contractor mandate sparked a vast flurry of federal lawsuits from Arizona, Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, and Georgia, which argued that the regime did not have the legal authority to require the experimental injections, and that any such mandate was in direct violation of the U.S. Constitution.
This marks the latest defeat to the Biden regime’s vaccination agenda, even as the vaccine is seemingly rendered useless by the spread of the Omicron variant.
This is a breaking news story and may be updated with additional information as it becomes available.