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January 1, Sorry Joe! New Bill Bans Federal Mask Mandates



In a bold and decisive move, Senator J.D. Vance (R., Ohio) has introduced new legislation aimed squarely at halting the controversial federal mask mandates that have riled up countless Americans over the past few years.

Dubbed the “Freedom to Breathe Act,” this legislation will shield citizens from any future attempts by President Joe Biden or other federal agencies to impose mask requirements on public transit riders and students in schools.

Notably, if it successfully passes and gets signed into law, this protective act will stand firm until December 31, 2024.

Senator Vance, known for his direct approach, did not mince words when explaining his motivation for introducing the bill.

“We tried mask mandates once in this country. They failed to control the spread of respiratory viruses, violated basic bodily freedom, and set our fellow citizens against one another,” he stated to Fox News.

“This legislation will ensure that no federal bureaucracy, no commercial airline, and no public school can impose the misguided policies of the past.”

The proposed legislation spells trouble for federal officials who might entertain the idea of imposing face mask mandates on U.S. commercial airlines, public transit systems, or schools.

Vance’s press release details the far-reaching implications of this bill: it would block these institutions from denying service to anyone who declines to wear a mask and will also prevent the Department of Health and Human Services from setting mask requirements in the face of public health emergencies.

Furthermore, it insists on withholding federal funds on such overreaching restrictions, guaranteeing all federal agencies align with this new direction.

Seemingly anticipating potential resistance, Vance asserted, “Democrats say they’re not going to bring back mask mandates – we’re going to hold them to their word.”

However, this pivotal legislation arrives amidst mounting concerns surrounding a new coronavirus variant named EG.5. Reports from Axios highlight how this strain has caused anxiety among school boards.

Several schools have backpedaled on their previous stances, reinstating mask mandates, or considering more safety measures, including mandatory mask-wearing.

Case in point, the Rosemary Hills Elementary School in Maryland defied the county school district’s voluntary mask policy by reinstating a mask mandate after three confirmed Covid-19 cases.

The school’s approach blatantly overlooks the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines, leading to further confusion and consternation.

While some entities, such as Morris Brown College in Georgia and Hollywood studio Lionsgate, dabbled with temporary mask mandates, their short-lived stances were soon reversed.

Yet, Dr. Anthony Fauci recently urged Americans to heed the CDC’s mask suggestions, contradicting his 2020 remarks where he cast doubt on the efficacy of masks, stating they don’t offer the “perfect protection” many believe.

Bottom Line

In the face of this maelstrom, Senator Vance’s move appears as a beacon of clarity and determination, reminding all of the importance of personal freedoms and the dangers of overreach.

As our loyal readers, we encourage you to share your thoughts and opinions on this issue. Let your voice be heard and join the discussion below.




  1. Charles

    September 11, 2023 at 6:34 am

    The previous mask mandates like any future ones are bullshit. Isn’t it convenient both come as we are going into election times. Just commie democrap election fraud to help them steal elections and gullible fools buy into it. Wasn’t it interesting that during the last SCAMdemic political virus (covid) that there were hardly any reported cases of the flu and almost no one died of anything but covid. But when doctors and hospitals got about $10,000 for each diagnosed case and hospitals got about $30,000 for each covid reported death and doctors or scientists going against liberal government claims were threatened with loss of licenses.

    • Hubert Bouver

      September 12, 2023 at 3:16 pm

      Kudos Charles for bringing the truth into light…


    September 11, 2023 at 6:50 am

    Although I am happy to see this Bill introduced, I would add that it doesn’t go far enough. Why not a total ban, not just for certain locations?

  3. Mary Patricia Mauck

    September 11, 2023 at 11:29 am

    Millions of lives were saved during the mask mandate. There was also a mask mandate during the Spanish Flu in 1918. I guess people cared about each other more back then. Time to think of others.

    • Bob

      September 12, 2023 at 6:10 am

      Bullshit. I’ve had covid twice – you need to learn to blow your own nose, princess.

  4. Mike

    September 11, 2023 at 11:59 am

    Kiss and keep it simple stupid, ban all mandates, in the land of the free, home of the brave. Who gave this idiot government the right to ban anything??

  5. Jerry C.

    September 11, 2023 at 6:04 pm

    I won’t wear ’em. I CAN’T wear ’em. If I wear a mask for more than a few minutes I have trouble breathing (plus, they fog-up my glasses). They’re not effective. They cannot protect you from touch-transfer. It’s very doubtful they saved ANY lives. I tried to wear ’em. I got vaccinated as soon as it was available. I still caught covid twice. I’m high-risk (heart & lungs, 50+). I survived just fine. Overhyped disease and unnecessary restrictions on personal freedoms. You wanna “protect” people? Start issuing everyone full NBC suits. Otherwise, let us go about our lives. I would back mandatory vaccinations if the mortality rate were higher but ineffective mask mandates are useless.

  6. Bill

    September 12, 2023 at 11:50 am

    I agree with Tim no limit ban all location requirements. No more masks ever.

  7. captain blasto

    September 13, 2023 at 12:09 pm

    Makes absolutely NO Difference. Even if a Bill passes, and it won’t – democommies will vote against anything that respects liberty and human decency, all Biden or any other commies pig dem will issue an “executive order.” That will have to be challenged. Dems will back their own tyrant. Even if it goes to the courts, the corruptoids in the judiciary will back the tyrant. On top of that, it does NOTHING to stop the scum governors from pulling their attack on freedom. Face it, this is just a piss poor bit of play acting.

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