Americans remain divided in their choice to get vaccinated against COVID-19, with discussion of vaccine mandates from private companies prompting Republican State legislatures to create bills that would give unvaccinated people the same civil liberties as those pertaining to race, gender and religion. While a federal vaccine mandate has been ruled out by Biden administration chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, he has encouraged vaccine mandates be made at the local level. Law Professor at George Washington University and Fox News Contributor Jonathan Turley joins to explains what authority the federal government has when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, the powers of private businesses, the legal challenges vaccine mandates could face and he analyzes the case of former President Trump in his lawsuit against the major Big Tech companies.
This week, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, General Scott Miller relinquished his post at a ceremony in Kabul, bringing the U.S. one step closer to ending the 20-year war. This comes as the Taliban continues to seize more territory throughout the region. FOX News Senior Foreign Correspondent Greg Palkot spoke to us from Kabul about what it’s like on the ground over there, what the people are saying about America’s sudden exit from the country and if they are fearful that the Taliban will once again retake control.
Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America.”