Conservative radio show host Dan Bongino is facing an uphill battle with Cumulus Media this year.
Cumulus instituted a vaccine mandate for all of its employees back in August.
Bongino, who is vaccinated himself due to his own battles with cancer, says that he does not believe the vaccine should be mandated.
He called the mandate “unethical” and “immoral.”
Furthermore, Bongino is considering walking away from his show completely due to his beliefs.
He delivereed what sounded like a clear ultimatum on his radio show on Monday, where he spoke candidly to Cumulus Media.
“You can have me, or you can have a vaccine mandate, but you can’t have both,” claimed Bongino.
Several other radio hosts for Cumulus Media have already quit or been terminated due to their refusal to get the experimental injection.
Newsmax has more on Bongino's comments:
Conservative talk radio host Dan Bongino on Monday threatened to quit Cumulus radio network, which syndicates his Fox Nation program, over their plans for a COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
"You can have me, or you can have a vaccine mandate, but you can't have both," Bongino, who is vaccinated himself, said on "The Dan Bongino Show." "I grew up without a lot of money. ... I'm not leaving those guys behind."
Here's more on Bongino's ultimatum to Cumulus Media from the Washington Post:
Several Cumulus radio hosts have already quit or been terminated because of a stated preference not to be vaccinated for personal or medical reasons, and Bongino is threatening to join them. Though the host’s team says that he has been vaccinated on the advice of his doctors because he has Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Bongino is objecting to a mandate on behalf of rank-and-file employees who don’t want to get vaccinated.
“I’m not really happy with the company I work with right here,” Bongino told listeners on Monday. “I believe these vaccine mandates are unethical. I believe they’re immoral. I believe they don’t take into account the science of natural immunity due to a prior infection. I believe they’re broad-based and don’t take into account an individual circumstances of why they may or may not want to take a vaccine. And they’re antithetical to everything I believe in.”
“So, I’ll say again, I’m not going to let this go,” Bongino added. “Cumulus is going to have to make a decision with me — if they want to continue this partnership or they don’t. But I’m talking to you on their airwaves. They don’t have to let that happen. And I wouldn’t mind if they didn’t. Because it’s really unfortunate that people with a lower profile than me, who don’t have 300-plus stations, have been summarily either shown the door or been put in really untenable circumstances because they simply want to make a medical decision by themselves.”
Hopefully, Bongino stands by his ultimatum.
More people need to stand up for the rights of their fellow Americans who are being unfairly targeted due to their refusal to take an experimental injection.