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Faith & Liberty is sounding the alarm on the executive order signed by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul, which declares a “disaster is imminent” due to “current staffing shortages in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.”

Those shortages, of course, are caused by Hochul’s vaccine mandates for healthcare workers.

As of Wednesday, more than 75,000 healthcare workers in New York refused the shots.

Hochul said there would be no religious exemptions, however a federal court issued a restraining order against her since New York cannot ignore federal law.

Faith & Liberty said these are some of the reasons healthcare workers are refusing the shot:

*A New York man died 25 minutes after the shot. First responders helped this 70-year-old man “within seconds” of his collapse.
*A 51-year-old New York woman complained of “loss of movement in both arms and lefts…one hour after administration of the second dose of Modernace.” After falling asleep, she “never woke back up.”
*The morning after a 51-year-old man received the shot, “he was found in his room lying face down on the floor and unresponsive.” He was pronounced dead less than 24 hours after his shot.
*And there are 15,386 other reported deaths and 726,963 adverse reactions from the shots.

“These numbers represent a fraction of the actual injuries and deaths,” Faith & Liberty wrote. “For months, these health care workers have been on the front line responding to the adverse reactions from the shots. Now they are being forced to get the shots or be terminated.”

One of the largest healthcare providers in New York is expecting to fire thousands of people for refusing the vaccine. Another hospital has already suspended maternity ward operations.

Faith & Liberty said Hochul visited a nondenominational church and told those in attendance at Brooklyn’s Christian Cultural Center she needs them to “be my apostles.”

She called COVID shots a “gift from God” and that those who refuse the shots “aren’t listening to God and what God wants.”

She reportedly said God “made the smartest men and women, the scientists, the doctors, the researchers — He made them come up with a vaccine. That is from God to us, and we must say, Thank you, God.”

Author: Jacob Hall


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