We should all emulate Patrick Henry, putting liberty and our freedom
above false security, even at the cost of our jobs or even our lives
Don’t comply: Numerous major hospital systems across the nation are abandoning the mandates that require employees to get the COVID shots or be fired because they have discovered that almost one third of their workforce are willing to walk away rather than get the shot.
The resulting staff shortages would then make operations in these hospitals impossible.
Facing serious staffing shortages, some of the largest and most prominent hospital systems in the United States, including HCA Healthcare Inc., Tenet Healthcare Corp., AdventHealth, and Cleveland Clinic have been forced to backpedal on their COVID-19 jab mandates in hopes of retaining crucial employees, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday
Townhall reported that University Hospitals in the Cleveland, Ohio area also recently announced the reversal of its jab mandate for hospital workers.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the major hospital systems have been forced to reevaluate their coercive COVID-19 jab policies after needed healthcare industry employees, especially nurses, chose to quit rather than get the experimental injections.
The article also notes that about 30% of the medical workforce is refusing to get the jab. No wonder these hospital systems are backing down. They can’t operate if they lose almost one third of their workforce.
This percentage also tells us a great deal about the COVID shots themselves. If almost one third those in the medical field are willing to lose their jobs rather than get the shots we have to wonder at the safety and usefulness of those shots. Those in the medical profession are most likely to have the best information about these shots, and apparently a large percentage have found them wanting.
Putting aside the value of the shots, these mandates are absurd for many other reasons. For example, these same healthcare workers worked unvaccinated for almost two years during the height of this epidemic and no one saw any problem with this. Why should getting the shot suddenly so important that these same dedicated workers must be fired if they refuse it? This makes no sense.
Second, if we are in the middle of a terrible epidemic (something that, based on the data, can certainly be questioned), doesn’t it seem ridiculous to fire one third of all healthcare workers and thus cripple your hospital system? It would be like shutting off all water to one third of the population, merely because you think the water might possibly be contaminated. Better to have those people die of thirst than give them water that might be tainted and that they could easily sterilize by boiling it first.
That these hospitals systems are backing down from this idiotic mandate policy is a sign that stupidity can be defeated. All Americans need to do is to stop complying with these mandates and lockdowns and mask requirements. If enough people begin acting like free citizens then the control freaks in our midst will find their power evaporating.
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