Mandate Backfires: United Airlines Kowtowed To Biden Now In Hot Water
United Airlines kowtowed to the Biden Administration and decided that they would enforce a vaccine mandate on their employees.
“We know some of you will disagree with this decision to require the vaccine for all United employees,” United Airlines’ CEO Scott Kirby and the airline’s president, Brett Hart, wrote to employees announcing the vaccine requirement. “But, we have no greater responsibility to you and your colleagues than to ensure your safety when you’re at work, and the facts are crystal clear: everyone is safer when everyone is vaccinated.”
They are now about to lose a lot of their employees because their three major competitors announced they will not impose vaccine mandates on their employees.
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly said that the company is going to urge employees get vaccinated but “would not be changing its position on vaccine requirement.”
“Obviously, I am very concerned about the latest Delta variant, and the effect on the health and Safety of our Employees and our operation, but nothing has changed,” Kelly said in the memo.
Pilots, mechanics & stewardesses fought back. They won. Now, United faces a double risk: lawsuits & losing some of their best employees if they don’t reverse course. https://t.co/gPmJdRlhhG
— Robert Barnes (@barnes_law) August 11, 2021
Oh and here’s a nice tidbit, Pfizer is not mandating their employees be vaccinated either.
Hey, guess which drugmaker does NOT make employees get a Covid vaccine?
And has up to 20 percent of US employees NOT vaccinated?
And is tightening rules but STILL won’t mandate shots?
Hint: it probably made the Covid vaccine you got
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) August 11, 2021
In case twitter censors, independent journalist Alex Berenson below are the screenshots given to him from a whistleblower.