Nurse says vaccinations
Daily Beast: A Texas judge has thrown out a lawsuit against a Houston hospital that suspended 178 unvaccinated employees who refused to get anti-COVID-19 jabs. The issue, according to this nurse is that vaccines cause miscarriages, based on “Doctors” and “Studies” that prove this. Of last count, 43 people, mostly women, had miscarriages sometime after being vaccinated. Statistics show that between 15 and 20 percent of all pregnancies in the US end in miscarriages.
Around 170 million Americans have been vaccinated. Do the math. We did. The stats are clear. You are more likely to be struck by lightning in a submarine than to have a miscarriage due to COVID vaccine.
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A federal judge threw out a lawsuit filed by employees of a Houston hospital system over its requirement that all staff be vaccinated. In a scathing ruling, he found the lead plaintiff's claim that the vaccines are “experimental and dangerous” to be false.https://t.co/FdVwAO9Uqv
— Jon Cooper 🇺🇸 (@joncoopertweets) June 13, 2021
The lawsuit was filed by 117 of those employees, led by a nurse named Jennifer Bridges. Judge Lynn Hughes ruled that the group had no case and that their arguments were not valid.
A judge tossed out lawsuit by Hospital employees that refuse to be vaccinated
From a public health and clinical care perspective, this is clearly right
Hospitals need to keep patients safe. Vaccinated staff is critical
Happy to see a federal judge agreehttps://t.co/5Pz1TdWbmP
— Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH (@ashishkjha) June 13, 2021
“She [Bridges] is refusing to accept inoculation that, in the hospital’s judgement, will make it safer for their workers and patients in Methodist’s care,” Hughes wrote in the decision.
Judge dismisses lawsuit filed by Houston hospital employees who refused covid-19 vaccine https://t.co/WDvW5YwDij
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) June 14, 2021
“This is not coercion. Methodist is trying to do their business of saving lives without giving them the COVID-19 virus. It is a choice made to keep staff, patients, and their families safer.”