Biden’s paralysis was the worst-case scenario that might have occurred.
At first, I assumed it would be a little nuisance that would pass quickly.
After a federal appeals court in Florida stopped the federal government’s mask requirement for public transportation, I filed an appeal as soon as I could, despite my confidence that the decision would be overturned. After all, the Biden administration did not refuse to carry out the mandate.
Within days of Donald Trump’s appointment of a 33-year-old Central Florida judge who previously worked as a clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, critics began questioning how a 33-year-old Central Florida judge who previously worked as a clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas could decide what is best for the nation’s aviation industry.
In the same way, Kathryn Kimball Mizelle’s decision was criticized.
When Biden threw a punch, the airlines immediately stopped enforcing the mandate on some planes. The Transportation Security Administration and Amtrak followed suit.
According to my estimation, the time had come. It’s a puzzle why people can go without wearing a face mask in places like sports stadiums and restaurants, yet they must still wear one on planes, even if the air filtration systems have been upgraded. Even though the mandate was meant to expire in two weeks, it was repeatedly extended in a “kick-the-can” fashion.