Lara Logan: “The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA was established in the 1970s to inspect workplaces and establish standards to prevent industrial accidents. But starting this summer, the Biden administration gave OSHA a new role.
Joe Biden told OSHA to start hiding information from the public to promote the COVID vaccine. Until this summer, OSHA required employers to retain records of any worker who suffered a serious side effect from the vaccine.
Then in June, OSHA’s guidance suddenly changed to this quote, OSHA will not enforce federal record recording requirements that require any employers to record worker side effects from COVID-19 vaccination. That was a major change, especially since we’re still learning so much about these vaccines and their possible side effects.