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The Inhumanity of Forced Vaccination
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“Don’t you care about your grandma?” horrified vaccine mandate supporters ask the unvaccinated. “Where’s your compassion?”

Right back atcha, former friends. How is it humane to look into the next office, cubicle, across the assembly line, or at your fellow nurse and know that that person does not care whether their friend and colleague loses his or her job. Too bad, friend, you refused to submit, your family deserves to suffer. Lose your home? Oh well! Lose your ability to feed your children? Gee whiz, that’s too bad. You should have submitted. You should make me comfortable and vaccinate.

Tomorrow is the drop dead date to get vaccinated by the Moderna vaccine (second shot) in time for the Biden deadline. Next week will be the drop dead date for the Pfizer. American workers are panicking. So are American businesses.

CNBC reports:

Worried that President Joe Biden’s Covid vaccine mandate for private companies could cause a mass exodus of employees, business groups are pleading with the White House to delay the rule until after the holiday season.

Like Project Veritas exposing a New Jersey politician who wants to wait to impose mandates until after the election, craven business leaders wish to do the same. They don’t care that employees will lose their livelihoods, so long as it doesn’t harm them for holiday season.

Too many Americans for forced vaccination are indifferent to their fellow countrymen and women who face losing their jobs by the holidays if they don’t comply with President Joe Biden’s decree.

OSHA hasn’t created a rule or enforcement mechanism for the arbitrary ruling that companies who have more than 200 employees must force them to vaccinate. But big multinational companies are enforcing the rules under the vague threat of not receiving government contracts.

It’s an employee’s job market in America and because of Biden’s mandates, businesses are losing employees, and many of the most competent, to early retirement or just quitting. Many business leaders are taking a cool stance to the current situation, but may regret their indifference in the near future.

Healthcare workers are suing hospitals in Texas. And in Minnesota.

Raytheon warns of huge job losses.

New Mexico is being sued by a corrections officer.

Employers are facing legal exposure for failing to make exceptions for religious freedom.

Nuclear facilities getting sued.

Literal division in the ranks.

Southwest was going to force vaccines, causing chaos, and then recanted.

The Wall Street Journal‘s editors decried the polarization that the mandates are causing.

States are trying to respond with legislation to either force vaccination or protect consumers from forced vaccinations.

America has seen nothing yet. With a slowdown in consumer goods and parts and pieces that make other goods work being stuck in shipping bottlenecks, American companies losing their workforces will be devastating. Slowdowns, walkouts, and workplace violence (there will be a business place shooting, just wait) are being caused by Biden’s decree.

Meanwhile, COVID marches on and through the vaccinated. The vaccinated can carry the virus and infect their fellow coworkers. So no one is “immune” from the dangers of COVID. They are “mitigated.” Maybe.

Job loss, though, is a real, tangible, concrete, horrible outcome.

A particularly galling aspect of the job loss is that many of the workers worked through the pandemic because their roles were considered “essential.” Now, immune from getting the virus (the case with most police officers, firemen, nurses, doctors, grocery store workers, etc.), they must get vaccinated or else lose their jobs.

Even fully vaccinated and boosted people are getting sick with COVID. Why is this vaccine mandated, then? It certainly doesn’t guarantee protection from getting the illness.

Nothing that’s being mandated at this point by the Biden administration can be said to be grounded in science — he makes the political decree and then the CDC and FDA skitter behind him to rule in ways that he wants politically.

None of this would be happening if it wasn’t politically feasible and if a good portion of the American people disagreed. Unfortunately, too many Americans see their friends, family, and neighbors not as people but as “the other” — obstacles in the way to the world of their own imagination.

There seems to be great insecurity amongst the vaccination mandaters. The vaccine isn’t working like a vaccine and certainly isn’t 98 percent effective as Dr. Fauci promised. Even with boosters, the vaccine may or may not provide the immunity of a flu shot. Maybe. Could some of this absolutism on the side of the vaccine mandate folks be an underlying fear that maybe they are wrong? That maybe the vaccines don’t work as promised and that their own decision to get vaccinated might have been the wrong course? One way those who doubt themselves and their own decisions make themselves feel better is to get as many people as possible onto their bandwagon. There is confidence in numbers and being in the majority. It’s a logical fallacy but it makes people feel better about their own choices.

Today, the FDA approved vaccines for 5-11 year olds — children with zero risk from COVID. The rationale to vaccinate children for whom the virus poses zero risk? Well, to protect old people, of course. There are side effects from the vaccine in children and teens. That’s being dismissed. The fact that a child could still get the virus and pass it along, even while vaccinated, is also dismissed. Who exactly benefits from children being vaccinated? And who will speak up for the children experiencing side effects that can have long-term health consequences?

Here’s what the FDA doctor said about vaccinating children:

A whole generation of children being experimented on. This is not normal.

There’s been a whole lot of discussion of compassion and love for one’s neighbor from the vaccine cheerleaders. They impugn the motivations of those who haven’t been vaccinated. They don’t care about health conditions or medical history or religious perspective. They want submission.

Those who refuse for their own reasons, the vaccine mandaters figure, deserve what they get. Like the liberals who don’t mind that a huge percentage of the black population are now ostracized in New York City, Americans are indifferent to people losing their livelihoods because they won’t get vaccinated. They don’t mind an apartheid America. They don’t mind the suffering they’re visiting upon their neighbors. They don’t see their own inhumanity and culpability in participating in a culture that allows this to happen.

One can be pro-vaccine and anti-mandate. Those who wish to use the government to force their neighbor to have an experimental procedure need to be challenged about their callous disregard. Their inhumanity needs to be exposed and revealed. They may see an empty cubicle across the row from them, but make them remember those who sat there. Their fear and loathing has made them dehumanize even their friends and colleagues. It’s an alarming thing to behold.

Right now in Vermont, 79 percent of inhabitants have had at least one vaccine dose. Yet they’re ranked 16th in cases per 100,000. 8/10 vaccinated, yet people are passing the virus and getting sick. But they’ll be able to work. Meanwhile those with natural immunity who refuse the vaccine will not. This is crazy town.

The wound that will remain that is even worse than COVID or the government mandates is the betrayal of friend against friend, neighbor against neighbor, brother against brother. People won’t forget that those they thought loved them stayed silent as they were forced out of jobs for a vaccine of dubious value against a virus that seems to find a way no matter the actions taken.

Melissa Mackenzie
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Melissa Mackenzie is Publisher of The American Spectator. Melissa commentates for the BBC and has appeared on Fox. Her work has been featured at The Guardian, PJ Media, and was a front page contributor to RedState. Melissa commutes from Houston, Texas to Alexandria, VA. She lives in Houston with her two sons, one daughter, and two diva rescue cats. You can follow Ms. Mackenzie on Twitter: @MelissaTweets.
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