Even Americans who are already vaccinated against COVID are now starting to dig their heels in to resist F. Joe Biden’s illegal vaccine mandate. That is glorious! The Southwest Airlines pilots and air traffic controllers who called in sick cost their bosses millions of dollars in lost flights – and Southwest’s managers have caved and backed down. Courageous resistance is the only way we’re going to defeat the vaccine commies in the end.
If you’re hoping that the courts will save you in the end, I don’t know what to tell you. The resistance to the vaccines is only going to get fiercer from this point on, because of the blazing hypocrisy of F. Joe Biden’s team.
How hypocritical is F. Joe Biden? Try this on for size:
If your employer forces you to get the shot and it harms you or worse, kills you, you have no recourse for compensation from the vaccine companies. You can’t sue them under liability laws because they’re completely exempt. And the federal government won’t compensate you or your family, even if you are forced to take the shot because of F. Joe Biden’s illegal mandate.
Oh, but not so fast. The Department of Labor under F. Joe Biden just issued a bulletin that the federal government is going to provide compensation for any federal workers who become honked up by the vaccine. You can’t make this stuff up! Here’s the bulletin.
Federal employees who get hurt or killed by the vaccines will be compensated. Not military members, obviously. And if military members refuse to take the experimental gene serum for any reason, Biden will give them a dishonorable discharge and force them to pay the government back for their training. And no one will be compensating you if your healthy teenage son has a heart attack and dies on the football field after taking the shot. You’re just not as important as a federal bureaucrat making six figures.
OSHA is getting in on the vaccine hypocrisy as well. Allow me to quote directly from the agency’s latest guidance for large employers that want to force their workers to get the shot:
“OSHA does not wish to have any appearance of discouraging workers from receiving COVID-19 vaccination, and also does not wish to disincentivize employers’ vaccination efforts. As a result, OSHA will not enforce 29 CFR 1904’s recording requirements to require any employers to record worker side effects from COVID-19 vaccination at least through May 2022.”
Let me translate that into plain English. Under an existing federal regulation (29 CFR 1904), employers that force their workers to get the shot are required to report adverse reactions to the federal government. Those reactions are then supposed to be compiled in the CDC’s VAERS system. But since they don’t want to discourage people from getting the vaccine, OSHA is not going to enforce that regulation.
This is a deliberate manipulation of vaccine-related data. OSHA is willfully helping to suppress vaccine injuries and deaths caused by the COVID shots, in order to convince more people to take the shots. Do you feel encouraged by this? I don’t.
Those are just two examples. I could go on, but you get the point. The response from Americans to these mandates has been amazing. Southwest Airlines has shown the way if you work for a company that wants to impose this illegal mandate on you. Organize with your fellow employees and take action. Resist. Tell your boss – as an organized group – that you’ll walk if they don’t back down. Southwest is backing down, despite the mandate.
One of the most inspiring things we’ve seen to date just happened this week, with radio host and Fox News contributor Dan Bongino. He’s battling cancer, so his doctor advised him to get vaccinated and he did. Bongino’s radio show airs on hundreds of stations owned by Cumulus. And Cumulus has announced that it’s going to require its entire workforce to be vaccinated – no religious exemptions, no excuses.
Bongino threw down the gauntlet for his employers on his radio show:
“You can have me, or the mandate, but you can’t have both.”
This! More like this, America!
That’s courage and leadership right there. Bongino is willing to walk away from a multi-million-dollar contract if his employer doesn’t respect the medical freedom and bodily autonomy of their employees. My respect for Bongino went up another notch or two after hearing that.
As I said earlier, the courts are not going to save us from this breach of freedom. We have to do it ourselves, and it takes the kind of guts that the Southwest pilots and Dan Bongino just showed us.