UF Health to Comply With Federal Executive Order on Vaccination mandating all its employees to be vaccinated by Wednesday, November 24, 2021.

What caught my attention is their excuse/explanation for doing so:

The issues UF Health is facing is that Governor DeSantis has called for a special session of the Legislature to counter mandates and has initiated litigation against the Biden administration. UF has let itself a sort of “way out” that really is not if they fire somebody because of the jab.

I truly love that sentence:

In the meantime, thank you for your prompt attention to this matter and for doing your part for the Greater Good as we follow the federal order.

Now the question to be asked is What is the “Greater Good? The health of the people, the rights of the employees of the $1.6 billion of taxpayer’s monies going into the treasury of UF Health?

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

13 thoughts on “UF or when you are a whore of the Fed Gov, you do what your pimp dictates.”
  1. All I can think of is that line from The Incredibles.

    “Greater good?’ I am your wife! I’m the greatest *good* you are ever gonna get!”

    It starts at home and flows out and up from there.

    1. Good point. Pretty much everything done by Mengele, Unit 731, or by the USPHS in the Tuskegee Study was used to advance our understanding of things in the medical or other scientific field and advance the “greater good”, so does that mean UF Health endorses those methods?

  2. The “greater good” is explicitly marxist. God and the US Constitution recognize that we are all sovereign individuals, made in His image. Collective good can only be accomplished by a society of free individuals where all simply mind our own business and work to make our little corner of the world a tiny bit better.

  3. The US govt as it sits today right now.
    Are no diffrent than the GD nazi’s, pol-pot band of boy scouts or any of the other Littlw tyrant bitches.

    Fuck them!

  4. They’ve just named their price.

    So civil suits for violation of civil rights should ask for $1.6B, in compensation.

    Companies can fire people for no cause, but they don’t get to fire people whose religious beliefs (which can and do include the “long-held and deeply personal belief that the Flying Spaghetti Monster thinks the shots are harmful” – yes, really) would be violated by taking the Jab.

    Just like you can’t fire people for being Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Sihk, Wiccan, or any other thing.

    If companies don’t like that, they should move to a country where religious liberty for the individual isn’t enshrined in federal law.

    And if people on the streets and hungry decide to take more active measures than lawfare, well, sux to be a tyrannical corporation working in lockstep with a tyrannical and fraudulent regime, doesn’t it?

    You want to line up with The Man, you ARE The Man.

    That comes with a price tag.
    Hope they got some good corporate security, because it starts getting ugly from here.

  5. Hmmm. I wonder what responses an individual who thought he/she had nothing left to lose, might consider?

    Spicy times appear to be looming.

  6. What? UF? Otherwise known as the University of Beijing in Gainesville.

    Yeah, brilliant move there, but just what I’d expect from UF Health, which has been a huge pack of villainous scum for a long time.

    At the beginning of the Scandemic, when us dirt peoples had to stand 6′ apart, wear masks, act like we’re being loaded on cattle trains, the local Publix just a hop-skip-n-jump from Shands and all sorts of UF Health buildings, the Covidworkers would come off shift in their contaminated clothing and shoes, and go shopping in groups with no masks. Which told me all I really wanted to know about the Covidiocracy as one doc I questioned worked in infectious diseases at Shands and he said normal people had nothing to fear from the Wu Ping Cough.

    Yeah. UF Health… yeah…

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