The jr. Senator from Missouri is calling out airlines and their double talk on Cares Act cash as the nation attempts to rise above the pandemic.
Here's his money line . . .
“The Congress provided unprecedented funds to airlines and other companies during the COVID-19 pandemic, on the condition that they did not lay off their employees. Yet according to recent reports, some airlines have been laying off employees who decline to submit themselves to President Biden’s vaccine mandate. This has led to many employees losing their jobs… I now write to call on you to immediately open a complete investigation into the widespread layoffs by major airline companies and legal review of whether these companies violated the terms of their loans.”
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Hawley demands answers on airlines' use of pandemic funds, widespread layoffs from Biden vaccine mandate
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sent a letter to the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery, Brian D. Miller, and acting Inspector General Richard K. Delmar urging an investigation into the widespread layoffs of airline workers who declined to submit themselves to President Biden's vaccine mandate and the potential misuse of CARES Act funds by airlines.