An evil act of total desperation – that’s the Democrat model.
From governors across the country to lawmakers in Washington D.C., the Democrat Party has proven itself to be an evil, insidious organization hellbent on controlling every aspect of our lives.
Such was always the case for liberals, but their recent cynical push to increase rate of vaccination made matters far worse — and a lot more evil.
The junior governor of New York Governor Kathy Hochul was in the Bronx over the weekend and made claims that have earned her massive backlash in the Christian community.
Hochul said that Christians who are not vaccinated against COVID “aren’t listening to God,” adding that God wants them vaccinated.
The Democrat notably made the comments one day before her vaccine mandate for health care workers takes effect. The controversial order has already sparked health care worker shortages around the state.
“Yes, I know you’re vaccinated, you’re the smart ones, but you know, there are people out there who aren’t listening to God and what God wants,” Hochul said at a Christian Cultural Center service.
“I need you to be my apostles, I need you to go out and talk about it and say, we owe this to each other,” the Democrat continued.
All we can say is, “WOW.”
The disturbing comments sparked immense backlash from Christians and non-Christians alike who are flabbergasted by the Democrat Governor’s words.
So, when God wants to say something about vaccines, he has Democrats speak for him? Who does he go to when he wants to say something about abortion?
— Bob Lonsberry (@BobLonsberry) September 27, 2021
Hochul is a champion of abortion, which ends innocent human life in the womb.
As reported, Hochul announced Saturday that she could declare a State of Emergency that seeks to increase workforce supply and allow qualified health care professionals licensed in other states or countries, recent graduates, retired and formerly practicing health care professionals to practice in New York State.
Workers who refuse to get the COVID vaccine, and are therefore fired under Hochul’s dictate, will not be eligible for unemployment insurance, with slim exception.
A judge last week extended a ban on Hochul’s order pertaining to health care workers seeking a religious exemption from the mandate.
Doesn’t sound very Jesus-like, does it?
A group of health care workers represented by the Thomas More Society sued the state arguing their Constitutional rights were violated when the state issued a vaccination mandate barring religious exemptions.
The Society argued that the mandate “attempts to nullify protections for sincere religious beliefs granted under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, even though days earlier the state of New York had afforded protection for religious beliefs in its prior health order.”
Attorney Christopher Ferrara, Thomas More Society Special Counsel, called the move “a brazen power grab by people who think they can get away with anything.”
Plaintiffs in the lawsuit against Hochul, and vaccine skeptics in general are not not anti-vaxxers, as the fake news media calls them. These are Americans who favor voluntary medical treatment and informed consent. They are against coercion by the State to take a vaccine if because of religious practices or otherwise.
We predict the Mainstream Media will quickly change their tune now that Black Lives Matter has made a vocal opposition against the vaccine mandates.
After all, this isn’t Communist China. Or has that been their plan all along?
You can watch Gov. Hochul’s speech below if you have the stomach for it.
NY Governor Kathy Hochul goes on unhinged religious rant, says “The vaccine is from God” and “I need you to be my Apostles”: pic.twitter.com/mdc1sPMfB2
— Dr. Benjamin Braddock (@GraduatedBen) September 27, 2021
Author: Asa McCue
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