Over the past two years, the so-called health officials have lost all credibility. They have also gotten ahead of themselves by saying that Americans should just “deal” if the time comes for more COVID booster shots.
Health officials have consistently changed their story on the COVID vaccine, on the necessary measures to defeat COVID. They claimed that getting vaccinated was the key to ending the pandemic, yet new strains materialized.
Health officials also believe they’re above reproach. They have yet to answer for the genuine adverse side effects that some recipients of the COVID vaccine have suffered. They also won’t talk about natural immunity.
In a nutshell, the healthcare establishment is entirely in on this push to force the COVID vaccine on people, willing or not. Now, they’ve got Kroger doing their dirty work, as confirmed by TheBlaze.
Beginning on January 1, 2022, Kroger confirmed it would not provide the previously-granted 14 days of paid leave to unvaccinated workers, should they come down with COVID. That’s not all, though.
Kroger additionally went on record, admitting they’re adding a surcharge of $50 per month that unvaccinated workers without union affiliations will need to pay to get company healthcare coverage.
However, Kroger is offering $100 bribes to workers who consent to take the COVID vaccine. In a nutshell, Kroger is doing this as a means of covertly strong-arming their workers into getting vaccinated.
Kroger’s mindset here is very clear. The company believes that if they withdraw benefits and increase expenses for not vaccinated workers, these workers will eventually break down and get the shot.
It goes right in line with the aims and goals of big pharma, yet, at this point, no one should be surprised.
While Kroger’s policy does not mandate the COVID vaccine outrightly, it seeks to make working as challenging as possible for employees without the vaccine. It’s more or less all the same.
In any regard, Kroger’s heavy-handed approach comes as companies are already struggling with labor shortages as it is. Therefore, some Americans argue that it’s not wise for the company to bully their workers in this way.
There are a lot of people who do not want this vaccine. Across the country and even around the world, there have been various demonstrations against these mandates.
As companies like Kroger continue to make moves such as this, many people will have to consider whether or not they’re willing to let bullies determine their medical choices.