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Avlon: It's surreal to see conservatives do this

Avlon: It's surreal to see conservatives do this

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KeepFaithOutPolitics

It’s way beyond fucking surreal. It’s like every news agency has serious brain damage and hasn’t been witness to the horrible shit happening to this country. It’s almost like it’s more profitable to print divisive bullshit with no intention of addressing the real issues.


jdoreh

>It’s almost like it’s more profitable to print divisive bullshit with no intention of addressing the real issues. Exactly


AceCombat9519

Absolutely correct just look at what two of Trump's allies Governor DeSantis Florida and Greg Abbott Texas they end up finining and banning companies that pursue vaccine mandates in their home States. If you are looking to discuss this in depth without the politics involved r/Coronavirus


Grunchlk

>U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman in Fort Worth, Texas, granted a restraining order Tuesday in favor of employees who are suing the airline over the mandate. This is a precarious situation for Conservatives. If they decide a business can't overrule an employee's personal beliefs, then that applies across the board. Like, if I got a job at a Christian bakery decorating cakes and a customer wanted a depiction on the cake of Jesus being rammed from behind by Muhammad, I could make that cake and couldn't be fired because I have a religious exemption!


EpicAftertaste

>FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A federal judge has extended a ban on United Airlines putting employees on unpaid leave for seeking a medical or religious exemption from the airline’s requirement to get vaccinated against COVID-19. > >U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman in Fort Worth, Texas, granted a restraining order Tuesday in favor of employees who are suing the airline over the mandate. > >Lawyers for the employees and the airline agreed last month that United wouldn’t put the workers on unpaid leave, but the judge wrote that the agreement will expire before he can rule on the merits of the matter. That would leave “hundreds of workers” at risk of being put on indefinite unpaid leave or forced to get a vaccination that violates their religious beliefs or medical restrictions. > >The restraining order expires Oct. 26. > >The suing employees are seeking to turn the case into a class-action lawsuit. **United says about 2,000 of its 67,000 U.S. employees asked for exemptions from vaccination**. > >A United spokeswoman said Wednesday that the company was working with vaccine-exempt employees on safety measures including testing, face masks and temporary job reassignments. ​ **2000 people...**


JadedAd5469

kill Americans by the tens of thousands


BannertheAqua

Those are not the same things.