NY Hospital To Stop Baby Deliveries As Vax-Mandates Cause Employees To Leave

P. Gardner Goldsmith | September 14, 2021
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In what could be a harbinger of things to come, a NY hospital plans to pause baby deliveries due to the vast number of employees leaving because of jab mandates.

Lewis County General Hospital will stop delivering babies after September 24 because too many maternity unit workers have resigned over COVID vaccination mandates.

That’s according to Lewis County Health System Chief Executive Officer Gerald Cayer, who held a news conference Friday in Lowville.

Cayer revealed that nearly one-third -- 27 percent -- of the employees will not comply with disgraced former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s jab mandate for all state-located “health care workers,” issued in August.


How strange that so many people working in health care and medicine should want to steer clear of unproven gene-vector injections that appear to show lower efficacy as time passes. One would think that virtually all people associated with the magic of supposedly uniform “science” would want to march in lockstep behind the corrupt federal government propaganda and not be viewed as obstinate by Joe Biden, or “unliberated” by someone like George W. Bush.

And this could be a harbinger, showing in a state level what soon might come on a nationwide level, as Biden’s September 9-issued jab mandate intends to force not only employers with 100 or more employees to either get their employees jabbed or make the employees get tested every few days, but also Biden wants to force any organization directly or indirectly receiving unconstitutional Medicaid and/or Medicare funds to mandate jabs, period.

Curiously, although many medical facility workers for decades have not questioned the fundamentally flawed idea that the feds can create or operate a federal “medical” program like Medicare or Medicaid, and attach all kinds of ALREADY extant commands for recipients of the cash, and though they have not stood for federalism as originally designed and written into the US Constitution, this -- THIS -- mandate might wake them up.

But it likely will be selective.

As it was in August, when the Supreme Court FINALLY struck down the CDC prohibition of evictions that made it nearly impossible for property owners to collect rent, contemporary Americans who work in or are associated with the federal government seem reluctant to do much more than selectively swat at a few short-term policy prescriptions, rather than the larger, long-term poison of unconstitutional assumptions.

The situation in NY likely will be repeated among other health care workers as they experience Biden’s edicts nationwide. And it’s possible that unions might come into play.

The San Diego, CA, police union is seeing a 45 percent rate of polled members saying they would resign before they would take an mRNA jab.

Yahoo News reports:

Now the American Federation of Government Employees, the largest national federal union, with over 300,00 members, while broadly encouraging all federal employees to get the shot, is taking a hard line with the White House, saying it wants to negotiate with the administration over the mandate. The group made similar calls after Biden’s July announcement.

The storm is coming.

But we cannot be idle. Union opposition and the opposition of people directly or indirectly connected to any of these effected industries is positive, but if Americans want to retrieve some of their lost rights, they must stand up for them.

One cannot count on people like Cayer, of the Lewis County Health System, because, for people like him, it might be go-along-to-get-along. It might be “accept the edicts and try to massage the message.” After all, as reported by NNY360.com:

’Essential health services are not at risk because of the mandate,’ Mr. Cayer said at the top of his prepared statement. ‘The mandate ensures we will have a healthy workforce and we are not responsible for (causing COVID-19) transmission in or out of our facilities.’

…Every salient point of which is incontrovertibly upside-down. The idea that childbirth services aren’t “essential” for health is bizarre. 

To think that a person can continue to try to manage the superficial, shape the rhetoric, as nearly one-third of his employee base stands ready to exit – that’s unhealthy.

But Americans are starting to see through the attempted sorcery.


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