Joe Biden’s mandate for a vaccine is “stalled,” according to reports.
Millions of Americans aren’t willing to accept the new drug.
The Labor Department is working to find a way to make vaccine mandate “workable.”
Private companies are also forcing employees to get the vaccine. These include some of America’s most prominent employers like Walmart and Disney. It doesn’t matter what their reason for hesitation is.
Meggan Gray, a news anchor at WLOX TV in Biloxi, Mississippi has been working as a news anchor for WLOX TV for fourteen years.
Gray Television owns the station and mandated that its employees receive the COVID vaccination by Oct. 1.
Gray opted not to receive the drug, Western Journal reports.
Gray, who had been co-host of “Good Morning Mississippi” for 14 years, said farewell to her colleagues on Sept. 30.
“And I just felt that I owed it to you,” Gray stated. “To take a moment while I had an opportunity to say thank you for allowing me into your homes for the past several years.”
Choking up, Gray said, “I’ve had a wonderful, 18-year career here, and I’m very grateful for every moment of it. Thank you so much.”
“Before we go any further, I want to make it clear that I am not here for the purpose of sparking debate about the vaccine.”
“I respect an individual’s decision to get vaccinated. I believe one of the greatest things about being an American is enjoying certain rights, including those pertaining to personal health decisions,” she wrote in the post to social media.
“Before GrayTV mandated this vaccination policy, I made an informed and prayerful decision not to get the vaccine, mostly because I had already survived a case of COVID-19.”
“(There are other, more powerful reasons that led to my personal decision.) I know there will be people who disagree with me or do not understand my reasons.”
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“That is fully understood because that is a protected right they enjoy. Moreover, it is a personal decision for each American; but in my opinion, a forced decision to decide between a vaccination and the livelihood of an individual is a dangerous precedent.”
Her “decision was difficult because I knew it would impact me and my family. My choices were either I follow the mandate and get vaccinated, or I lose my career at WLOX.”
she wrote: “Please know, I tried everything possible to keep my job, including offering to be tested on a weekly basis” – “My requests were denied.”
“It hurts saying goodbye; it hurts parting on these terms. However, I know in my heart it is the right decision for me and my family,” she ended with. “I may have lost my job, but I preserved my integrity.”