Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Eric Adams Won’t Change Them, But Admits that Vax Mandates Don’t Work; Brewery Owner Compares NYC’s Vaccine Mandate to Nazi Regime, Jim Crow, and other C-Virus related stories

Eric Adams won’t change them, but admits that vax mandates don’t work
Mayor Eric Adams admitted Wednesday that vaccine mandates don’t work — yet he’s still going ahead with firing city workers who refuse to show proof they got their shots.
“The rule was put in place; to start changing it now would send mixed messages,” he said while lamenting the fact that un-jabbed Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving can’t play at his home arena even though unvaxxed out-of-towners can.
Mixed messages? We’ve heard time and again that vax mandates are a life-and-death question of public health, fending off some new COVID surge. That’s plainly no longer true, if it ever was.
So what’s the point now? New York City’s positivity rate is below 2%, down from an Omicron peak of near 23%. It’s clearly time to rethink draconian COVID approaches
The disconnect between policy and reality here is so glaring that the best Adams can offer in defense is a lukewarm worry that changing it might scramble political messaging. But at least he’s finally, albeit inadvertently, come clean about mandates: They’ve become pure hygiene theater. --->READ MORE HERE
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Brewery owner compares NYC’s vaccine mandate to Nazi regime, Jim Crow:
He brewed up a major crapstorm.
A New York City brewery owner sparked outrage online after comparing COVID-19 vaccine mandates to the draconian policies of Nazi Germany and the segregation-era South. However, he thinks the reaction was overblown.
“Everyone should have a basic human right what they decide to put in their own body,” Josh Stylman, 48, CEO of the popular Threes Brewing, told The Post. He was speaking out against the citywide coronavirus jab policies, which include requiring restaurant and bar patrons to present proof that they’ve been fully vaccinated prior to entry.
The controversy began brewing on Feb. 14 after the beer boss tweeted that “vaccine mandates are a crime against humanity” and “if you are not speaking out against them, you are a conspirator.” In a follow-up tweet, Stylman compared the policies to “early sentiments expressed in the Jim Crow South, Nazi Germany, Stalinism, Maoism, and other dark times in human history.”
Needless to say, many internet viewers were hopping mad over the statements, with several even threatening to “stop buying Threes Brewing.”
However, the restaurateur, who says he’s “pro-vaccine” but “anti-mandate,” said he felt that his statements were taken out of context. --->READ MORE HERE
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