Texas – More than 170 Houston Methodist Hospital employees have been suspended for two weeks without pay for refusing the Covid-19 vaccine.
117 employees filed a lawsuit against a Houston-area hospital over its Covid-19 vaccine mandate.
The lawsuit argues the vaccine mandate violates the Nuremberg Code and US statutes that allow Americans to refuse “unapproved” treatments, according to Law & Crime.
The employees are suing The Methodist Hospital, the Methodist Hospital System and Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital.
David Bernard, the CEO of Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital told employees that they can find a job elsewhere if they refuse the experimental Covid vaccine.
“100% vaccination is more important than your individual freedom. Everyone [sic] of you is replaceable. If you don’t like what your [sic] doing you can leave and we will replace your spot,” Bernard told the employees.
The frontline workers at Houston Methodist are pushing back against the CEO because they don’t want to be guinea pigs.
A registered nurse employed at Houston Methodist Hospital said thousands of people were denied requests for medical exemptions for religious reasons.
Jennifer Bridges also said that doctors are being forced from their practices and ultimately left with no choice but to abandon their patients.
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EMPLOYEES SUSPENDED WITHOUT PAY because they REFUSED to take the JAB https://t.co/CMjnPZlpVh
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