2021 Sep 18, 6:17pm
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For the third weekend in a row, “F*** Joe Biden” chants are spreading across the country.This time, it happened in deep blue New York City.That’s right…In a city that is supposed to be a Democrat stronghold, thousands began chanting “F*** Joe Biden.”Footage shows thousands of people in Time Square.The chant broke out and began echoing throughout the area.Watch below:1000s gather at Time Square in NYC for the World Freedom rally the protest against the mandatory shot and chant " F×CK JOE BIDEN "#FREEDOM #JoeBiden #NYC pic.twitter.com/GXs9FvMpdc— Leeroy Johnson (@LeeroyPress) September 18, 2021No way!! Now NYC rises.1000s take over Time Square in NYC for the biggest protest against vaccine mandates and Vaccine Passports seen in the USA. #NYC #Corona #freedomrally #Together #NoVaccinePassportsAnywhere pic.twitter.com/7OVhkycgYP— 'Sikh For Truth'. (@SikhForTruth) September 18, 2021As of this writing, it appears that no major media outlets are picking up on this story.We will continue to post updates as the day progresses.We expect the chants to spread at college football games like they did the previous two weekends.Stay tuned.
‘We Have a Communist Takeover’: Thousands of NYC Firemen and Police Officers Defy Vaccine Mandates in Largest Protest YetBY ENRICO TRIGOSO October 26, 2021New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s mandate last week for all city workers to get COVID-19 vaccines gave rise to even more protesters standing up against what they see as a violation of freedom of choice and a communist takeover of the country.
Covid didn’t crash the health-care system…Alex Berenson 40 min ago 151But the vaccine mandates might.Because it’s all about public health, you savvy? Not a toxic mix of ego and politics that has run completely off the rails despite mountains of contrary evidence. PuBLic HEaLtH!
New York City Firefighters Vow to Fight COVID Vaccine MandateThe New York City firefighter’s union vows to take all steps possible to stop the city mandate that would require firefighters to obtain a COVID-19 vaccination by October 31 or be sent home without pay.Andrew Ansbro, president of the Uniformed Firefighters Association (UFA) of New York City, which represents city firefighters, said 45% of the city’s firefighters are unvaccinated.