Just a day before a vaccination mandate for healthcare workers is set to take effect in New York State, Governor Kathy Hochul attended a service at the Christian Cultural Centre in Brooklyn, telling the parishioners God wants them to be vaccinated.
“Yes, I know you’re vaccinated […] but you know, there are people out there who aren’t listening to god and what god wants […] I need you to be my apostles, I need you to go out and talk about it and say, we owe this to each other. We love each other. Jesus taught us to love one another. And how do you show that love, but to care about each other enough to say, please get vaccinated because I love you,” Hochul insisted.
Interestingly, the governor shows her ‘Vaccinated’ necklace with a big proudness announcing that she wears it every day. Sounds credible but how about the cross? So, has the ‘vaccination’ new kind of religion already replaced traditional Christianity? Hochul seems to confuse people, mixing all together in the attempt to get more vaccinated ones.
This speech was given even after one religious exemption has already been made. A federal judge on Oct. 12 was promised to consider a legal challenge arguing that such exemptions are constitutionally required. So, currently, for this reason, a nurse practitioner at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, Brittany Jane France, was granted a temporary religious exemption so is continuing to work for now. However, this is left behind the Hochul’s ‘awareness’, as she claims any rule of religious exemption is not familiar to her.
American TV host, Tucker Carlson, couldn’t leave the issue without comments and gave strong words opposing the Hochul’s stance.
Not much the NY governor has managed to influence people around, as most of the comments to her video are as follows: