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Not Just Southwest: A Tsunami Of Pushback Over Mandates Is Coming For Joe Biden

by Paul Goldberg
Not Just Southwest: A Tsunami Of Pushback Over Mandates Is Coming For Joe Biden

The media has largely ignored the pushback Joe Biden is receiving or his vaccine/testing mandate.

Just one call out over a weekend brought Southwest airlines to its knees however, it’s not just Southwest Airlines.

Amtrak had to cancel trains because of a “staffing issue,” shipbuilding employees in Newport News are promising to crush production over the mandate.

Workers for the ship building company Huntington Ingalls are furious over the mandate stating they must be vaccinated by December 8th. A letter from COOO Chris Kastner informed employees that if they don’t get vaccinated they could lose their jobs which incited protests.

A group gathered last Friday protesting the mandate and only 59% of shipbuilders are vaccinated. Should Huntington Ingalls follow through with Joe Biden’s mandate it would cripple the shipbuilding industry.

In Washington State there has been “unprecedented” disruptions because of “staffing shortages.”

The Samish, which is one of three vessels serving the Anacortes- San Juan Islands was taken out of service after 28 workers called out.

State Ferries spokesperson Ian Sterling reported that 230 employees have not complied with the State’s vaccination mandate which has crippled the ferry system.

“We still have time before the 18th. We don’t know what the full impact will be and how many people will choose to leave state employment,” Sterling said.

The ferry system is the only “viable way off the islands for most people” and the staffing shortage is going to cause a crisis in the area.

The union representing pilots for American Airlines has warned the company they may end up in the same boat as Southwest Airlines during the holiday seasons if they don’t start accepting exemptions.

“Some of APA’s members are unable to undergo vaccination for documented medical reasons, while others are reluctant to get vaccinated based upon concerns about the potential for career-ending side effects,” read the Sept. 24 letter.

“All of those members are still able to perform their duties as professional pilots,” the letter continued. “To force those pilots out of their positions, rather than offering viable alternatives will have adverse consequences upon their families and the airline industry as a whole.”

Staff must prove they have been vaccinated by November 24 – the day before Thanksgiving – or they can be fired.

OAN reporter Jack Posobiec has learned that the White House is feeling the heat and Secretary Pete’s phone has been ringing off the hook.

There is a massive wave of pushback that is being ignored by the media below are posts from government employees and an airline pilot pushing back.

Written by Staff Writer

October 11, 2021

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