Houston nurse Jennifer Bridges, who was booted from her position after deciding not to get the COVID-19 vaccine, recently had an interview with Newsmax where she said she “lost her job and livelihood” after not getting the required vaccination, despite being called a “hero” just a year ago for working in the COVID unit of her hospital.
By the way, last year, there was no vaccine while she was working in the unit. Just think about that for a moment.
”I was treated as a hero last year for working the COVID unit,” Bridges went on to say Monday during an appearance on ”The Chris Salcedo Show.” ”And then, another year rolls around, and I get fired in June, because I didn’t want to take the COVID shot.”
”I didn’t feel that had proper, adequate research, and the adverse reactions I was seeing myself in the hospital were too scary. I was not willing to take it. So I lost my job, and I lost my whole livelihood just over the fact I wasn’t comfortable with it,” the nurse said.
As it turns out, Bridges is just one of 150 people at Houston Methodist Hospital who either quit or was fired for not getting the vaccine and obeying the hospital’s mandate.
Gee, with so many new cases of COVID and hospitals allegedly filling up, doesn’t this seem like a really bad time to fire nurses?
Bridges, along with 116 other former staff members, are now suing the hospital due to the mandate and being fired from their jobs, going on to make the claim that the facility violated the “Nuremberg Code,” which prohibits experimentation on human beings without their consent.
The code was created after the sickening atrocities were discovered at concentration camps where Nazis performed experiments on prisoners during World War II.
”Methodist Hospital is forcing its employees to be human ‘guinea pigs’ as a condition for continued employment,” the complaint went on to say. It adds that the mandate ”requires the employee to subject themselves to medical experimentation as a prerequisite to feeding their families.”
Elsewhere, it falsely characterizes the coronavirus vaccines as an ”experimental COVID-19 mRNA gene modification injection,” the complaint continued.
Their suit was thrown out as ”frivolous” by a federal judge in June.
U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes upheld the hospital’s vaccine mandate as not breaking any federal laws.
“This is not coercion,” Hughes went on to say. “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.”
Bridges stated that the case is currently being appealed.
”We are going to most likely go all the way up to the [U.S.] Supreme Court,” she stated.
She said the group also filed a lawsuit in Texas state court to challenge the mandate and has a started an organization called the ”Guardians of Medical Choice” to publish factual information on the virus and the vaccines.
”When we get to the Supreme Court level, which I hope we get to, we can show all our information and our evidence, and they’re going to have to answer to that, and they’re going to have to stand by the Constitution, and then hopefully, we can hold them accountable and save everybody else in this country so they don’t have to lose their jobs as well,” she concluded.