More and more the American people are waking up to the grim reality that is COVID tyranny.
The Democrats have stolen an election, cut off your ability to earn a living, and are destroying an entire generation of kid by keeping schools closed — all to “protect” you from the dangers of COVID-19.
Recently, Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio, a Communist, announced a sweeping vaccine requirement for all indoor activity. This marks the first city in the United States to impose such requirements, but many are expected to follow suit.
Law enforcements officers from San Francisco are standing up to such tyranny.
In a Facebook post on Friday, the union wrote that the city”s mandate, which threatens termination for noncompliance, was out of step with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s own mandate, which at least offered regular testing as an alternative:
The SFDSA has always promoted Covid-19 Safety and has given out masks as well as face shields to first responders and the public during the peak of the pandemic. We believe the data and science speaks for itself and that masking works.
The problem we are faced with now is the strict San Francisco Mandate which is vaccinate or be terminated. If deputy sheriffs are forced to vaccinate a percentage of them will retire early or seek employment elsewhere.
The majority of Deputy Sheriffs are vaccinated. Approximately 160 out 700 Deputy Sheriffs are not vaccinated prefer to mask and test weekly instead of being vaccinated due to religious and other beliefs. Currently, the staffing at the SFSO is at the lowest it has ever been due to the past 9-month applicant testing restriction placed on the Sheriff’s Office by the Mayor.
San Francisco cannot afford to lose any more deputy sheriffs or any first responders. If they retire early or quit this will affect public safety even more. We would like San Francisco to be in alignment with the state guidelines which are require vaccination or test weekly.
San Francisco already faces a crisis in law enforcement, with petty crime soaring and Mayor London Breed proposing to redistribute $120 million from law enforcement to social programs (the final budget increased police funding, using the city’s general fund to provide the money for alternatives to policing, rather than cutting police funding directly).
Author: Nolan Sheridan