President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate has alienated people across the employment spectrum.
Navy SEALS, truck drivers, healthcare workers, even the eggheads at Google are pushing back against this authoritarian push to forcibly push needles into Americans’ arms.
As of the moment, a federal judge has agreed and the Biden administration has halted the effort until the courts can sort out the initiative’s constitutionality.
Still, many companies and government agencies have fallen into line and are demanding that workers comply – or else. Los Angeles is among them.
Yet a Los Angeles firefighter wanted to make sure his displeasure with such a mandate came through loud and clear.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the unidentified city firefighter was handed a letter demanding his compliance with a mandatory jab.
He then responded “by dropping his pants and wiping his buttocks with the letter, leaving fecal matter on the document,” the Times reported.
“He then dropped the letter on the ground.”
In a bit of an understatement, the Times added, “The alleged incident underscores the deep resistance among some within the Fire Department over the city’s mandate that employees be vaccinated.”
The incident apparently caused division with the ranks.
The City Stentorians of Los Angeles, a group that represents black city firefighters, said its members, some of whom witness the act, were “sickened and disgusted by this horrific display of unprofessionalism.”
The Stentorians also complained that the Fire Department’s administration had not condemned “this act of blatant disrespect and harassment.”
The Times noted that the firefighter is on paid administrative leave while the city investigates the incident.
A city official told the paper that city staffers have three options: get an exemption, get the vaccine, or get fired.
The Stentorians asserted the incident was a fireable offense.
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