Dozens of hospital workers in Houston are about to lose their jobs.
Why? Because they have not yet agreed to have a needle stuck in their arms.
More than 170 employees at the Houston Methodist Hospital have been suspended, with termination right around the corner, because they missed a vaccination deadline.
To make matters worse, the hospital’s CEO is now trying to publicly shame them for, as Democrats love to say, making a decision regarding their own body.
But It’s Different
The same people that advocate for abortion, saying the government cannot tell women what to do with their bodies, are now trying to justify terminating employees for deciding not to take a medication.
HMH CEO Marc Boom, after the suspension was announced, stated, “It is unfortunate that today’s milestone of Houston Methodist becoming the safest hospital system in the country is being overshadowed by a few disgruntled employees.
“I know that today may be difficult for some who are sad about losing a colleague who’s decided not to get vaccinated.
“We only wish them well and thank them for their past service to our community, and we must respect the decision they made.”
A lawsuit has already been filed against the hospital by 117 of these employees, claiming they should not be forced to take an “experimental” vaccine.
One of those employees, Jennifer Bridges, a nurse at the hospital, stated, “We will fight this all the way to the Supreme Court. This is wrongful termination and a violation of our rights.”