"That's not the process of rule-making in the United States"

 




 The CDC went past its authority on mask mandates, and extended the rule for airlines and other forms of mass transit twice because it wanted "more time to do a study that they don't want to talk about," and never gave a reason for keeping the masks, Rep. Byron Donalds told Newsmax on Wednesday.⁠

"That's not the process of rule-making in the United States," the Florida Republican said on Newsmax's "Wake Up America," while noting that he agrees with U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle in Florida, who earlier this week struck down the federal mask mandate for all forms of public transportation.⁠

"If you're going to come out with an order, you have to give the public an opportunity to understand why," Donalds said. "All the CDC was doing here was continuing the extension because they wanted to. They never gave the public a reason. They never gave the airlines a reason. I think the judge's order is appropriate and glad she made the decision."⁠

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 My milkshake... brings all the bees to the car (oldie but goodie)

 

 Alexa... call the police!
"Roxanne plays as I get shot 16 times"