From Sea to Shining Sea This Biden Policy Is About To Create Another National Crisis
There is one thing Biden is good at, doing a terrible job and he’s about to create another national crisis.
From sea to shining sea there is about to be a shortage of public servants. Polices officers, firefighters, correctional officers, and even teachers are leaving their jobs because of vaccine mandates.
It has been reported that around one third of New York City’s fire department is ready to be placed on unpaid leave due to Mayor DeBlasio’s vaccine mandate. A total of 26 firehouses in the city have closed because they are refusing to comply with DeBlasio’s order.
The FDNY reported that six stations in Manhattan, nine in Brooklyn, three in Queens, four in the Bronx, and four Staten Island closed “due to no manpower.” Now the city is begging for volunteers sending out an email to fill the place of up to the 4,000 workers that may be terminated.
“Good morning all,’ the email read. ‘We need to start identifying members of the service who are active volunteer firemen in both Long Island and Upstate counties in anticipation of the impending shortage for the FDNY due to COVID-19 vaccine mandates. On a voluntary only basis operations is looking to have qualified members on standby to backfill firehouses if necessary.Please get back to me as soon as possible with rank, years of fire service and training qualifications.”
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is warning the county that a “mass exodus” is about to occur because of a county mandate.
“I have repeatedly stated the dangers to public safety when 20%-30% of my workforce is no longer available to provide service, and those dangers are quickly becoming a reality,” Villanueva said in a prepared statement that he posted on social media last week. “We are experiencing an increase in unscheduled retirements, worker compensation claims, employees quitting, and a reduction in qualified applicants.”
As a result crime is rising including the homicide rate in the county.
The US is also beginning to face a shortage of correctional officers who are fed up as well.
“There are dozens of reasons to leave and very few to stay,” said Brian Dawe, national director of One Voice United, a nonprofit supporting corrections officers. “Understaffing, poor pay, poor benefits, horrendous working conditions. … Officers and their families in many jurisdictions have had enough.”