Well, it seems that despite the Supreme Court striking down the vaccine mandate imposed by the Biden administration, many companies will still force their employees to be jabbed.
Now, that is their business to decide what they want to do and I will give them the props that they are doing it based on their own volition and not cause the government forced them to do it.
However, that does not mean I need to support their attack on medical freedom.
Many companies that were pretty much already known to be woke such as Nike and Apple were all about the mandate.
Now, there is word that the popular brand Carhartt also decided to uphold their COVID-19 jab requirement for employees.
Given their target market, Carhartt’s policy to mandate the experimental COVID-19 injections for workers comes as a surprise.
Carhartt just put themselves on the going out of business notice. Do they realize their base is blue collar conservative working class. Buh bye Carhartt. pic.twitter.com/GvmagwmQeg
— LiberalsHaveNoClue (@DemsAreCrap) January 18, 2022
CEO Mark Valade sent an email to all Carhartt employees and it now has circulated across social media and ruffled feathers from long-time customers.
— ELIJAH SCHAFFER 🇺🇸🇦🇺 (@ElijahSchaffer) January 18, 2022
I spend thousands a year on @Carhartt hoodies, jackets & winter gear. Today that ends. I guess I am looking for alternatives. Seriously, this is insane given their target market. I am done purchasing any of their stuff and giving them thousands in free advertising. pic.twitter.com/kyHaNwlO6c
— TheQuartering (@TheQuartering) January 18, 2022
Does @Carhartt even understand that this opens them up to lawsuits? They don't have daddy government to cover their asses if an employee has a bad reaction or if they want to fire someone for refusing. pic.twitter.com/5z15zIBhcI
— Natalie F Danelishen (@Chesschick01) January 18, 2022
Of course, medical tyranny supporters rejoiced over Carhartt’s policy to mandate the COVID-19 jab for its employees.
I've always liked Carhartt gear. Might be time to buy some more. pic.twitter.com/o9zj1AxiJ8
— John Schwartz (@jswatz) January 18, 2022
Wow @Carhartt I’m impressed and I will be purchasing from a company that cares about protecting all its workers. Thank you for not making this issue political & for believing in science. We need more companies like yours! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/Vs4ae9s4Nl
— Babetta 📎 (@babettalane) January 18, 2022
Proud to support good corporate citizens like Carhartt. pic.twitter.com/pD1Myhn6er
— Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈 (@Amy_Siskind) January 18, 2022
Detroit Metro Times wrote:
According to a copy of an email that was sent on Friday from CEO Mark Valade to all Carhartt employees, the company is moving ahead with its mandatory vaccination policy, which went into effect on Jan. 4 and requires all workers to be vaccinated by Feb. 15.
“We put workplace safety at the very top of our priority list and the Supreme Court’s recent ruling doesn’t impact that core value,” Valade wrote, according to the leaked email. “We, and the medical community, continue to believe vaccines are necessary to ensure a safe working environment for every associate and even perhaps their households. While we appreciate that there may be differing views, workplace safety is an area where we and the union that represents our associates cannot compromise. An unvaccinated workforce is both a people and business risk that our company is unwilling to take.”
Valade is the great-grandson of company founder Hamilton Carhartt, who founded Carhartt in Detroit in 1889. Metro Times reached out to Carhartt to confirm the authenticity of the email.
“Carhartt made the decision to implement its own vaccine mandate as part of our long-standing commitment to workplace safety,” the company said in a statement. “Our recent communication to employees was to reinforce that the Supreme Court ruling does not affect the mandate we put in place.”
The statement continued: “Carhartt fully understands and respects the varying opinions on this topic, and we are aware some of our associates do not support this policy. However, we stand behind our decision because we believe vaccines are necessary to protect our workforce.”
Carhartt claims an unvaccinated workforce is a business risk they’re unwilling to take.
However, the experimental COVID-19 injections don’t stop the contraction or transmission of the virus.
Big Pharma is putting employees at risk of life-threatening side effects, such as thrombosis and myocarditis.
So, how exactly is mandating the COVID-19 jab providing Carhartt a safe working environment?
Well, it doesn’t.
The bottom line is that Carhartt chose to be woke instead of supporting medical freedom.