I mean very, very angry.

Unvaccinated cancer patient fired from job at ULA

A cancer patient lost his job at United Launch Alliance in Decatur, after refusing to get the COVID vaccine.

Last year Nickie Greer was diagnosed with cancer and is still taking medicine to battle leukemia.

Greer showed WAFF the doctor’s notes, where he was warned about possible side effects of the COVID vaccine impacting his compromised and weak immune system.

“The doctor who truly handles my treatment, when she found out that ULA was mandating the vaccine, she told me that I may want to give that a second thought. That it would not be good with my treatment and it would interfere with my treatment,” said Greer.

He says for several months, he was granted exemptions, until this week when the last exemption expired on Tuesday.

Greer says he doesn’t want to sue, he just wants businesses including ULA to listen to doctors.

“I don’t have any problem with the vaccine. It’s not that I have any issues, political issues, or otherwise, but I have to choose between my health and a job,” said Greer.

He may not want to sue but I hope he does and I hope his layer burns ULA to the ground and bends Tory Bruno over and assfucks him.

When a doctor says that a person who is immunocompromised due to chemotherapy shouldn’t get a COVID shot because of the risk of side effects, that should trump everything else.

I’ll be honest, I take this personally.  I was both a cancer patient and laid off a couple of days before Christmas (albeit not at the same time) so I have nothing but sympathy for this guy and a intense burning hatred for the people that did this to him.

I hope every single one of them gets a helicopter ride for Christmas, those motherfuckers.

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By J. Kb

6 thoughts on “This COVID injustice had made me angry”
  1. He may not want to sue but I hope he does and I hope his layer burns ULA to the ground and bends Tory Bruno over and assfucks him.
    …with one of those 10′ tall saguaro cacti out of Arizona.

  2. Not only should you not get the vax when you’re on chemo, but my hematologist told me that the chemo would probably render the vax ineffective anyway.

    I waited for about 2 months after I was done with chemo to get it. No problems for me, but I probably wouldn’t have done it if my job wasn’t being so coercive about it.

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