Six of the nine current Supreme Court Justices, including Chief Justice John Roberts and Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, were appointed by Republican Presidents.
But that doesn’t mean they will always side with conservatives.
And Ron DeSantis just slammed John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh for caving in to Joe Biden on this one major issue.
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court dealt a major blow to the Biden administration by striking down the authoritarian and illegal vaccine mandate for businesses with more than 100 employees.
But the Justices delivered the Biden administration one victory by allowing the federal vaccine mandate for healthcare facilities that accept Medicare and Medicaid dollars to move forward.
Unfortunately, two of the Justices who ruled in favor of allowing the vaccine mandate for healthcare workers to proceed were none other than Republican-appointed John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh.
Chief Justice John Roberts was appointed by President George Bush in 2005, and Brett Kavanaugh was appointed by Donald Trump in 2018.
“Of course, the vaccine mandate goes further than what the secretary has done in the past to implement infection control,” the Court ruling in favor of the vaccine mandate on healthcare workers said. “But he has never had to address an infection problem of this scale and scope before. In any event, there can be no doubt that addressing infection problems in Medicare and Medicaid facilities is what he does.”
However, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has stood up to Biden and Fauci’s COVID tyranny during the entire pandemic, is taking action to protect healthcare workers in the Sunshine State from the administration’s immoral mandate.
And during an appearance on the “Ruthless” podcast, DeSantis ripped John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh for allowing the healthcare mandate to proceed, saying they did not have a “backbone” when they chose to side with the liberals on this important issue.
“On the nurse mandate and the doctor mandate, Roberts and Kavanaugh joined with the liberals to allow the nurse mandate,” DeSantis began.
DeSantis then vowed to protect Florida workers, saying “in Florida, we protected the nurses, so we have people that are working. But in other states, they fired nurses who were not vaccinated.”
“I called a special session of the legislature in November and we provided protections so that, in Florida, you’re not going to lose your job over these shots,” DeSantis said about fighting back against Biden’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers. “You have the right to work,” he added.
As for John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh, Ron DeSantis said they “did not have a backbone on that decision,” adding “that’s just the bottom line.
Of course, John Roberts began selling out to the Left in 2012 when he voted to uphold Obamacare’s individual mandate as constitutional.
Since then, he’s also voted with the Left on issues ranging from abortion to the census to transgenders.
Even though Brett Kavanugh wasn’t appointed until 2018, he began drifting to the Left on day one, even voting to uphold Obamacare and uphold the Centers for Disease Control’s coronavirus pandemic eviction moratorium.
And Governor Ron DeSantis is calling out both John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh for not having the “backbone” to stand up against the radical Left and issue rulings based on the Constitution instead of intimidation.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.