Health Care Workers Protest Mandatory Vaccination - Granite Grok

Health Care Workers Protest Mandatory Vaccination

After the New Hampshire Hospital Association endorsed mandatory vaccination of medical professionals in the Granite State, Dartmouth-Hitchock announced that it would require all staff to get The Jab. Nurses and others have been protesting ever since.

For more than a week, they have stood on the corner across the street from the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center n Lebanon, New Hampshire.

The message is clear. The protest is not anti-vaccine; it’s anti-mandate.

People should be free to choose either way, and that’s no longer the case at Dartmouth Hitchcock. Despite a super-majority of voluntarily vaccinated staff without a mandate, they expect everyone to get The Jab by September 30th.

If they refuse they we assume they will be fired.

A strange move when one of the pillars of the pandemic-mythology has been to worry endlessly about inadequate or overworked resources.

But here we are.

Related: The Jab or Your Job? Meet the NH Healthcare Workers Coalition

It’s Not Just This

Individual health freedom is intricately woven into our individual rights. If you take that away, the cord frays and unravels.

So, this isn’t just about a few or a few dozen or a few hundred people (or thousands) concerned about a health treatment becoming a mandate it is also about the culture it creates.

If we have no right to bodily integrity or medical privacy – the most basic property rights of them all (just ask a pro-abortion Democrat), there is nothing that an employer or the government can’t take from you.

The state needs to erect a wall between everyone and medical mandates, be they public or private, and protests like these are essential to making such an effort possible.

Here’s a video from the protest featuring protesters with some words from Nurses, including Teresa Grinnell and NH House Rep, and RN Leah Cushman.