Brandweerhoof dagvaar Oregon vir mandaat teen entstof teen koronavirus, sê dat hy bereid is om werk op te offer

“Ek was in die nooddiens vir 28 jaar lank besluite neem wat elke dag mense se lewens beïnvloed,” hy het gesê. “Ek kan beslis 'n besluit neem oor wat ek in my eie liggaam sit.”

OREGON TROOPER SUSPENDED FOR OPPOSING COVID VACCINE MANDATE TELLS INGRAHAM: ‘I HAVEN’T DONE ANYTHING WRONG

In reaction, the state warned Williams that if he does not comply with requirements by Oct. 18 that he must get rid of all workers he employs. The chief was adamant about not allowing this to happen.

I’m willing to lose my job over that,” he stated.

Williams’ attorney Rebekah Millard joined the conversation, stressing that Oregon’s law isn’t just unconstitutional, but it also simplydoesn’t make sense.

I think it’s pretty low bar to say our laws, our regulations, our mandates have to at least make sense,” sy het gese. “If someone has natural immunity that’s better than an injection could give you, then it doesn’t make sense to go and require them to get a vaccine on top of that. That’s what the lawsuit’s about.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has yet to reach out to Williams personally on the matter, even though the fireman has served the people of Oregon for nearly thirty years. Williams’ message to the governor is tolet people make their own decision.

This is not about science. This is about power,” hy het gesê. “And the people have had enough. And I’m not going to put up with it anymore.

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