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January 1, Biden Pledges Help After Thousands of Unvaccinated Health Care Workers Fired



President Joe Biden announced he’s deploying military doctors and health care workers to aid hospitals amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, as hospitals experience staffing shortages after thousands of employees lost their jobs for failing to comply with vaccine mandates.

“We’re mobilizing an additional 1,000 military doctors and nurses and medics to help staff hospitals,” Biden said during the COVID-19 Response Team’s call with the National Governors Association.

“FEMA is deploying hundreds of ambulances and EMS crews to transport patients. We’ve already deployed emergency response teams in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Vermont, New Hampshire, and New Mexico. We’re ready to provide more hospital beds as well.”

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) “declared a state of emergency over the omicron variant and called in the National Guard to assist with nursing homes,” Fox News reported. Hochul said state hospitals that exceed 90% capacity could be ordered to cease performing elective procedures to focus on COVID patients.

In August, disgraced former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) announced a vaccine mandate for health care workers. According to Fox News, 31,858 have since been terminated, furloughed, or forced to resign for failing to comply with the mandate.

“The total number of inactive employees in the state due to the vaccine mandate sits at 37,192, as of Dec. 21,” the outlet reported.

Earlier this month, Ohio hospitals halted vaccine mandates following a surge of hospitalizations. Gov. Mike DeWine (R) called in 1,050 National Guard members to assist hospitals.

“We’re pretty much running full steam 24 hours a day, particularly with ICU as high as it’s been, it really takes a toll on our caregivers,” said John Palmer, Ohio Hospital Association director of Media and Public Relations.

“The bottom line is: We want to assure the American people that we’re prepared. We know what it takes. And as a — as this group of bipartisan governors has shown, we’re going to get through it by working together,” Biden said during the call.

However, the connection between the staffing shortages and terminations was not lost on critics, who called the problem “government created.”


Termination of unvaccinated health care workers backfires as Biden pledges help amid COVID surge



  1. CharlieSeattle

    December 30, 2021 at 9:01 pm

    Presidential Orders, Memoranda, Mandates are NOT law and can be ignored. ……………………….PERIOD!

    The Emancipation Proclamation is not just a memorable speech; it is also the most well-known executive order in history. It provided that all slaves in the rebellious states “shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free” almost two years prior to Congress’s ratification of the 13th amendment.

    Only the later passage of the 13th amendment made it a Law!

    However, it had no power as the Civil War was still in doubt. It was a sly PR move to make the blacks rise up, drop their shovels and flee, greatly harming the Confederate cause. That back fired a bit as most Union Troops were fighting to preserve the Union NOT free the Souths slaves! The Emancipation Proclamation was the first instance of, MISSION CREEP, a gradual shift in objectives during the course of a military campaign, often resulting in an unplanned long-term commitment. …Fast forward to Afghanistan and 20 years of nation building!

    Abraham Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation on September 22nd, 1862. It stipulated that if the Southern states did not cease their rebellion by January 1st, 1863, then Proclamation would go into effect. When the Confederacy did not yield, Lincoln issued the final Emancipation Proclamation on January 1st, 1863.

  2. CharlieSeattle

    January 1, 2022 at 4:53 am

    Hey Biden! Hire drug addicts to help out. They know how to inject ………drugs!

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