The latest politician to compare government vaccination efforts to Nazi Germany is Josh Mandel, a Jewish Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Ohio.

In a video Thursday protesting President Joe Biden’s upcoming requirement that a large portion of private sector employees either get vaccinated against COVID or get tested weekly, Mandel instructed his social media viewers not to comply with the requirement.

Mandel said the White House was "trampling on our freedom, trampling on our liberty, trampling on what I took an oath to defend when I joined the marine corps."

"Joe Biden - I'm not even going to call him 'President' Biden, he's not - is creating a constitutional crisis."

He said he hoped the Supreme Court would "do the right thing and stand up for our freedom and liberty."

He added, however, that if it doesn't, “I call on my fellow Americans: Do not comply. Do not comply with the tyranny, and when the Gestapo show up at your front door, you know what to do.”

Mandel is among the latest in a lengthening list of public figures, including Republican lawmakers, who have compared vaccine mandates and other public health regulations to the Holocaust and Nazi Germany.