COVID-19 vaccine mandates are wreaking havoc across the country as employees are forced to get vaccinated or possibly risk losing their jobs. Employees’ religion-based objections to vaccination are clashing with those mandates, and often, the mandate wins out.
Hunter Creger was suspended from his job at a Colorado-based spacecraft launch service after he refused the vaccine on religious grounds.
“It was awful,” Creger explains. “These are people that I work for, and that I’ve developed a relationship with, and they’re telling me that … . They walked me out the door. They had security walk me out the door because I didn’t want to take the shot.”
Creger joins the show to share his story and to offer advice to others who find themselves in circumstances similar to his.
2 thoughts on “Podcast: Employee suspended from job after refusing vaccine shares his story”
So much for Co-Existing.
they prefer the word compliance. Dictators prefer compliance and control.
Co-exist was only about allowing themselves to infiltrate our minds and souls…..just let the evil in……and suddenly now evil rules. Co-exist is just a transitory stage to allow power, money, sex, drugs, strife, anxiety, impatience to rule our lives…..
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