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Ted Cruz says a vaccine mandate is 'authoritarianism,' but he supports them in Texas

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement When he was running for president in 2015, Sen. Ted Cruz pledged to fire around 150,000 federal workers , outright eliminating the Department of Education and IRS. But now he is advocating for unelected bureaucrats in Washington, at least when it comes to their right to resist a life-saving vaccine in a pandemic.
"President Biden's new vaccine mandate for federal employees is a brazen example of how the Left is politicizing science in the service of their authoritarian instincts," Cruz said in a press release on Thursday .
The Texas Republican is himself vaccinated...
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