NYC municipal workers have started their revolt against Mayor De Blasio’s COVID-19 jab mandate.
50,000+ city workers and their supporters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall to make their voices heard.
But marching isn’t the only way New Yorkers have pushed back against the mayor’s tyrannical dictate.
The FDNY President outright stated he’s not enforcing the COVID-19 jab mandate.
He expects all firefighters to report for work, vaccinated and unvaccinated.
FDNY President says even if his members chose not to COMPLY with the vaccine mandate; they should still report to work. Refusing to be the one to enforce it, as he does not want to put New Yorkers at risk.
Will fight the mandate all the way 😎 pic.twitter.com/rlxYfanYl5
— Rasta Redpill (@RastaRedpill) October 26, 2021
President of FDNY- Uniformed Firefighters Association of Greater New York…
Representing 20,000 Active Duty & Retired New York City Firefighters…
Pledges To Fight The Mandate… pic.twitter.com/tymt233ftf
— Covid-1984 (@NeverSleever) October 21, 2021
President of the FDNY says even if his members opt not to be injected with the experimental co vid vacc ine, still report to work, refuses to be the ones forcing it, and refuses to put New Yorkers at risk, will fight the mandate all the way 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/edMYZgxbCc
— linz (@supergranlinz) October 26, 2021
The FDNY refuses to play vaccine police and segregate their workers over an injection that doesn’t even stop transmission of COVID-19.
It’s a slap in the face to Mayor De Blasio for his attempt to divide New Yorkers.
But firefighters aren’t the only ones starting to revolt against Mayor De Blasio.
NYPD’s largest police union slapped a lawsuit against the mayor for the mandate.
Reports keep swirling of NYC Sanitation not picking up trash.
In my personal opinion, NYC Sanitation is the department that can REALLY bring De Blasio to his knees over the mandate.
As trash piles up, you can use the slogan “Make NYC Stink Again.”
Some may attest that was already the case, but a Sanitation Department in revolt takes the stench to another level.
And the arrival of winter will make snowplow crews essential to ensure the city functions.
The coming days for NYC remain a pivotal moment in the battle against medical tyranny.