In Phoenix, Arizona, healthcare workers and supporters of medical freedom rallied against mandatory vaccines at the Arizona State Capitol.
Banner Health which is Arizona’s largest private employer and Honor health have both announced that proof of vaccination will be a requirement of employment.
If employees cannot show proof of vaccination by November 1st, they will be terminated. Honor health was Arizona’s ninth-largest employer in 2019, with 11,919 employees to Banner’s 44,718.
Over 50,000 people will be coerced into taking this experimental vaccine if they want to keep their jobs.
On Wednesday, nearly 1,000 healthcare workers, including nurses in their scrubs rallied against medical coercion in over 100-degree heat and high humidity, after the heavy storms. Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake spoke at this event and reminded those on the frontlines that we live in the United States of America, not Communist China.
After her speech, Lake told :
When I heard about this rally being held by brave nurses and medical professionals who are willing to risk their livelihoods to stand up against tyranny, I wanted to do whatever I could to support them.This is not a position that anyone wants to be put in, but these kind of mandates threaten our freedom and liberty in ways we’ve never seen before.Some estimates came in at over 1,000 in attendance by the end of the rally and I can tell you from being there that the vast majority were nurses.Having that many show up in the middle of a weekday in the July heat made it a huge success. People are ready to stand up and fight for their freedom, even if it means losing their jobs.
I think we will be successful if we continue to put the pressure on. These mandates are creating two classes of citizens and it’s time to call this what it is, medical coercion.
Kari Lake has put medical freedom at the top of her platform on her website. To her, this is “liberty vs. tyranny”.