Dan Bongino says it’s either him or the vaccine mandate, take it or leave it.
The popular conservative radio host told Cumulus Media, the company that produces his radio show that he is prepared to quit if they enforce a vaccine mandate on employees.
The Washington Examiner reports:
“You can have me, or you can have a vaccine mandate, but you can’t have both,” he told Cumulus Media on his radio show Monday.
Bongino is vaccinated but said he was standing up against the company’s “political decision” so that people without platforms could make a “private and personal medical decision.”
“I have no intentions of letting these guys get let go, get harassed, because they made a private and personal medical decision on only one of the biggest issues of our time,” he said. “There is a real thing called natural immunity. There is an even realer thing called freedom and liberty. This is a constitutional republic. People have the right to make their own medical decisions.
President Biden’s vaccine mandate has forced hundreds of employees to make the decision to get the jab or lose their jobs. While many employees simply decided to get the vaccine rather than face unemployment a number of workers have bucked up against the mandates calling them unconstitutional and cruel.
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