06/02/2021 / By Ethan Huff
At least 117 employees at Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas are suing their employer for trying to force them to get injected for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
Back in April, Marc Boom, Houston Methodist’s CEO, ordered more than 26,000 personnel across the company’s eight hospitals to get jabbed for the Chinese Virus, or else face “suspension and eventually termination.” Employees have until June 7 to make their decision.
Plaintiffs say Boom’s demand is illegal, especially since all of the injections currently available are “experimental.” Currently, none of them are approved and all of them hold “emergency use authorization” (EUA) from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Threatening to fire employees for refusing to be human “guinea pigs,” the plaintiffs further allege, is a “severe and blatant violation of the Nuremberg Code and the public policy of the state of Texas,” attorney Jared Woodfill, who filed the lawsuit in Montgomery County, is quoted as saying.
The Nuremberg Code, in case you are unfamiliar with it, was crafted shortly after World War II to outline the basic ethical principles that must exist concerning medical experimentation on humans.
“This is my body, this is my choice, and I don’t think employers or anyone should mandate what goes into my body,” says Kim Mikeska, a registered nurse.
Nurse Jennifer Bridges, the lead plaintiff in the case, told the media that she has already happily received “every vaccine known to man,” but that she has specific concerns about Chinese Virus injections, which require further study.
Her lawsuit refers to the shot as an “experimental COVID-19 mRNA gene modification injection,” seeing as how they have not received formal approval from government regulators.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that mRNA injections do not in any way affect or interact with human DNA. However, this claim has long been debunked.
According to Boom, upwards of 99 percent of Houston Methodist employees have already gotten jabbed for the Wuhan Flu. He also says forcing them on employees is perfectly “legal.”
“It is legal for health care institutions to mandate vaccines, as we have done with the flu vaccines since 2009,” Boom is quoted as saying, adding that the jabs are “very safe and very effective, and are not experimental.”
Boom further added that he believes widespread injection across the country “has resulted in the lowest numbers of infections in our country and in the Houston region in more than a year.”
Meanwhile, the CovidVaccineReactions.com website directly counters Boom’s claim that the jabs are saving lives. To the contrary, tens of thousands, if not millions, of people are actually suffering severe adverse reactions, including death, due to getting injected.
Should Bridges’ lawsuit be a success – pray! – it will set a legal precedent for forced employee vaccination to be outlawed. This is what we need now more than ever before to put an immediate end to this ever-encroaching tyranny.
“Would you take an untested vaccine? 117 critical thinkers out of 26,000. That’s not a very promising statistic,” wrote one commenter at RT, pointing out that the problem of forced vaccination seems to be a uniquely Western thing.
“Have you noticed this controversy seems to always revolve around developed nations. Never seems to be too much concern about the majority underdeveloped nations where poverty is the norm. My hat is off the senator Rand Paul taking a stand for his rights. If it’s not broken don’t try to fix it by force.”
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