When King George promulgated the "Intolerable Acts," the colonial legislatures played a leading role in organizing the rebellion against the budding tyranny, which eventually led to the creation of our democratic republic. Two and a half centuries later, | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

When King George promulgated the "Intolerable Acts," the colonial legislatures played a leading role in organizing the rebellion against the budding tyranny, which eventually led to the creation of our democratic republic. Two and a half centuries later,

"I waited until July to talk about mandating because I tried everything else possible," he said. "The mandates are working. All the stuff about people leaving and people getting it, you have everyone from United Airlines to Spirit — all these airlines, we're not gonna get ... Ninety-six, 97% of the people have gotten the vaccine. All the talk about all these folks who are gonna leave the military if they are mandated, not true. You got about a 90-some percent vaccination rate. I mean, so the idea is that, look. The two things that concern me. One, are those who just try to make this a political issue."

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