I'm guessing they'll require all employees to bring in proof of vaccination/the vaccination card everyone gets.My place of business is a Gov contractor and is implementing "jab or termination" by Thanksgiving. We just found out this morning. Not sure what's going to happen. How does anyone know whether you've gotten it or not? I thought there wasn't supposed to be a "list"?
Almost a month later, Fauci went on CNN’s State of the Union, to downplay the definitiveness of such a mandate:“We have not yet gotten to the point of requiring vaccinations on domestic flights. But everything is on the table. We consider these things literally on a daily basis.”
That would be a change, as the Faux-ci loves to weigh in on most everything that has to do with your freedom and liberty. Fauci was recently burned because of his holiday diktats. After saying in early October that it was “too soon to tell” whether Americans could have a normal holiday, he received proper pushback on social media, causing him to sing a different tune:Dr. Anthony Fauci says he does not expect a vaccine mandate for Americans flying domestically in the near future.
“It’s always discussable. We always wind up discussing it,” Fauci said Sunday on CNN’s State of the Union. However, he continued, “I don’t see that immediately.”
Fauci first floated the idea of vaccine requirements for domestic flights last month during an appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press, and has since said he would support the idea during various media interviews. But he sounded a slightly different tune over the weekend.
“I don’t want to say support or not. I think it’s a decision that’s made by input from a number of parts of the government, including public health,” he said.
“I don’t want to be weighing in, because we wind up then having people taking things out of context,” he said, adding the relevant bodies “have everything on the table.”
Oh, we plan to; vaccinated or not. Thank you so much, Lord Fauci for approving our plans!“I will be spending Christmas with my family,” Fauci told CNN. “I encourage people, particularly the vaccinated people who are protected, to have a good, normal Christmas with your family.”
So this sudden shift on domestic airline vaccine mandates is just another day in Fauci-world. As one of his chief antagonists KY Sen. Rand Paul (R-Hero) often points out, Fauci lies:On Monday, Fauci argued that his comment from the previous day had been “taken completely out of context.”
“I was asked, ‘What could we predict for this winter for like December and Christmas?’” he claimed. “I said, ‘We don’t know because we’ve seen slopes that went down and then came back up. The best way to assure that we’ll be in good shape as we get into the winter would be to get more and more people vaccinated.’
“That was misinterpreted as my saying we can’t spend Christmas with our families, which was absolutely not the case,” Fauci insisted before lamenting: “The way all of the other disinformation goes around, you say something talking about a landmark of a time, and it gets misinterpreted that I’m saying you can’t spend family Christmas time, which is nonsense. You can.”
On the one hand, Fauci has to toe the party line on the vaccine mandates being inflicted on businesses by the Biden administration:
On the other hand, he stuck his finger in the wind, and realized it’s not blowing in favor of these mandates. Southwest pilots are leading the way in giving their own middle finger to these company mandates, as my colleague Nick Arama reported here and here.Several major U.S. airlines are requiring that their U.S. employees be vaccinated against COVID-19, including American Airlines, JetBlue, United, and Southwest. In late September, United Airlines – the first of the major airliners to make COVID vaccines a requirements – said it was prepared to terminate hundreds of employees who chose not to take the shot.
And this pilot lays out firsthand why it matters that someone stand against these mandates sooner, rather than later.
Yup, the race is not going well and resistance is stiffening. I'm still at about 35% jabbed Americans. The voices are becoming more strident as the big fail becomes impossible to ignore. Eventually the flock will catch on.It was always a race against time for the evil trio; getting as many people to be "vaccinated" as possible as soon as possible
the resulting deaths start and independent researchers find out what's actually in their jab.
Right now they are applying tremendous pressure with the "no jab/no work" campaign.
But resistance is starting to build.
2022 is going to be hell on Earth.
Still waiting and waiting for that to start.Yup, the race is not going well and resistance is stiffening. I'm still at about 35% jabbed Americans. The voices are becoming more strident as the big fail becomes impossible to ignore. Eventually the flock will catch on.
Remember, they are already lining up the new narrative when the Jab Juggernaut fails. It will probably include a False Flag that will totally knock the country back on its heels. That's what it's going to take to keep the sheep from turning into a pitchforks-and-torches mob.
I wish this had started back when we had to start being treated like criminals at the airport after 9-11. THAT is when we should have nipped this shite in the bud!I hope it spreads like wildfire, even to the point of shutting down every major industry in this country. Maybe that's what it's going to take to send a message to this tyrannical administration. And if we all have to experience some inconveniences and discomfort for a bit, so be it. All of us here should already be set to shelter in place if need be.
Just wait until American Airlines joins in. Fun times!
I'm pretty sure Gov Abbott's new EO signed today prohibiting entities mandating the Covid-19 vaccine is going to put an end to this. I'm pretty sure Southwest Airlines is home-based in Texas.Drudge finally woke up LOL
CHAOS AT SOUTHWEST
PILOTS FIGHT VAX
Southwest Air Pilots Seek to Block Covid Vaccination Mandate
Southwest Airlines denies that pilot "sick out" drove weekend of delays
Photo: Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images
Dallas-based Southwest Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights over the weekend, leaving passengers stranded across the country.
Why it matters: The mass cancellations come after its pilots asked a court to block the company's new COVID vaccine mandate.
Between the lines: Airline insiders and conservatives are are wondering if the cancellations are part of a "sick out" in response to the vaccine policy.
The other side: Southwest said the cancellations and delays were caused by "disruptive weather" and air traffic control "issues," though no other airlines were impacted so dramatically.
- Southwest's pilots' union said the cancellations were not part of a planned labor demonstration.
- More than 25% of the airline's flights were canceled on Sunday per the FlightAware tracker.
- "We can say with confidence that our pilots are not participating in any official or unofficial job actions," it said in a press release. "Our pilots will continue to overcome SWA management’s poor planning, as well as any external operational challenges."
Ben's thought bubble: I was traveling home from San Diego on Saturday and made it through the nightmare, even with two flights cancelled. My tips:
- The airline is usually proactive with customer support on social media, but as cancellations and delays mounted, its Twitter account was silent on the topic for more than 24 hours.
The bottom line: If you’re flying on Southwest soon, pack some patience.
- Customer service agents also work in the Twitter and Facebook DMs of a lot of airlines' social media, including Southwest. They’ll get to you WAY quicker than waiting on hold.
- Go to the airport if you can't rebook online or if hold times are ridiculous.
- Patience and kindness always get you farther than anger and raised voices.
- Offer extreme flexibility if you can, like paying for your own hotel on an overnight layover.
National Public Radio covered the story this morning (West Coast broadcast). I was a bit surprised they finally got around to it. Nice to learn NPR is good for something besides deterring burglars.I’m very happy (and, truth be told, a bit relieved that things are beginning to rock and roll a little bit) that this example of the backlash from ‘going woke’ is so large, so public and so in-your-face as to get everyone’s attention even without MSM coverage.
They're not "striking". They are using up all their accrued vacation and personal leave time--which under Union rules they have a perfect right to do, apparently at any time they please--while they still can. As noted above--they can't do that once they're fired---they just lose it all. The fact that taking the time that they have earned essentially ALSO allows them to PROTEST (silently) the mandate--is just icing on the cake.If the Air Traffic Controllers, who are Federal employees, walked off the job, they may well be fired. It happened to one of DH's cousins back when they walked out during the Reagan Administration. We passed along a warning to the family that you can't strike against the Fed and would be fired, but I guess the cousin didn't believe it would happen. It did.