Earlier today on his radio show, Dan Bongino vowed to quit if Cumulus Media, the company that carries the Dan Bongino radio show on hundreds of stations, continues enforcement of their COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Cumulus’ vaccine mandate was issued back in August, and people are now getting terminated over it. Over the weekend Cumulus terminated Tron Simpson, a weekend host of Newsradio 740 KVOR for refusing the company’s mandate. That comes after a number of employees were denied vaccine exemptions for medical and religious reasons.
In response, Dan, who is vaccinated, issued an ultimatum to Cumulus: “You can have me or you can have the [vaccine] mandate. But you can’t have both of us.”
“Have these companies ever thought of that? The countless numbers of moms and dads who are sitting at the kitchen table explaining to their kids that they may have to move out? That their dad may not have a job because a bunch of people in the C-suite thought it would be a good idea to sit around and play pretend Dr. Fauci for a second, and jam something into their bodies that they don’t want to take?”
He reiterated: “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. 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.”
Currently twelve states ban COVID vaccine manatees to differing (and often disappointingly mild) extents: Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Utah. While Cumulus is headquartered in Georgia, the mandate ban there only applies to those employed by the state, and those who conduct business with the state.
Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros