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The OSHA Mandate May Be Stalled, But The Other Mandates Are About To Suffocate Economic Activity All Over America

Francesco Abbruzzino, The Uncensored Report, LLC



You can thank Joe Biden for the madness that is about to unfold.  As I discussed yesterday, the OSHA mandate that would cover more than 80 million American workers has been officially put on hold, but Biden’s other mandates are still in effect.  So that means that vast numbers of patriotic young Americans are about to be kicked out of the military.  We better hope that Russia and China don’t decide to suddenly make some big moves after our military is ruthlessly gutted.  Countless numbers of federal employees are about to be forced out of their jobs as well, and that includes airport security screeners.  If you plan on traveling by air during Thanksgiving week, you could potentially be facing some enormous delays


As many as 40% of U.S. airport security screeners haven’t been vaccinated for COVID-19 as an immunization deadline for federal employees and the busy holiday travel season converge.


Many Transportation Security Administration workers are resisting the requirement as the Nov. 22 deadline approaches, said Hydrick Thomas, president of the American Federation of Government Employees’ division representing front-line airport security officers.


Who was the genius that decided that the deadline should be right before the busiest travel days of the entire year?


Someone should definitely be fired over that one.


Biden’s mandate for healthcare workers is also still in effect, and the CDC is telling us that approximately one-third of all healthcare workers in our hospitals are currently unvaccinated


Nearly one third of healthcare workers in U.S. hospitals are still not vaccinated against Covid-19, according to research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as tensions escalate over a looming—and contested—nationwide mandate that officials worry will leave the sector with a shortage of critical workers.


So what are we going to do when a third of all of our hospital workers are suddenly terminated right in the middle of a pandemic?


We can’t just pull random people off the street to be doctors and nurses.


Someday soon, you may go to the emergency room and find yourself waiting for hours and hours because there is nobody to treat you.


In fact, we have already been seeing people die in our emergency rooms as they wait for treatment that never comes.


This is America.  This sort of thing isn’t supposed to happen here.


But it is happening.


The good news is that some employers around the country are seeing the light and are now luring new employees with a promise that no vaccine will be required


In the search for workers in this tight labor market, companies have courted new hires with the promise of higher wages, sign-on bonuses, ample vacation time, and childcare.


The latest: “No vaccine required.”


That three-word phrase is popping up across online job listings (sometimes emphatically in all caps and accompanied by exclamation marks) as businesses seek to turn the federal government’s proposed vaccine decree on its head and attract employees — notably those from a talent pool that’s been turned off by or turned away from employers that require a Covid-19 vaccination.


Of course CNN thinks that this is a horrible development, but in their article they also admit that this is working.





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