Mitch McConnell on 'America's Newsroom': We're not going to shut down government

HOUSE FREEDOM CAUCUS ASKS MCCONNELL TO FORCE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN OVER BIDEN’S VACCINE MANDATE

MITCH MCCONNELL: 好, I think there’s good news. Multiple courts have pushed the pause button on these government vaccine mandates. There’s a decent chance the courts will strike them down. Secondly, next week we’re going to have a vote on the vaccine mandate, prohibiting that regulation from going into effect. I think it has a decent chance of passing the Senate. I don’t think shutting down the government over this issue is going to get an outcome. It would only create chaos and uncertainty, so I don’t think that’s the best vehicle to get this job done. I think the courts are likely to get it done or we’ll pass [它] early next week freestanding, a measure to overturn the government mandateWe’re not going to shut the government down. That makes no sense for anyone. Almost no one on either side thinks that’s a good idea.

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