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gunteh 4 points ago +4 / -0

Care to elaborate? I'm confused at this point, as a unvaccinated person, to what ADE means for people like me.

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gunteh 5 points ago +5 / -0

I guessed that as soon as they said this vaccine was leaky, that this could happen. Now what's going to happen for us who plan to stay unvaccinated? Is is going to be worse for us?

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gunteh 18 points ago +18 / -0

He's a squish, he's all talk but no walk.

Michigan is a hotbed of voting irregularities, and makes Arizona and Georgia look like amateurs in comparison.

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gunteh 0 points ago +1 / -1

Trump's election was stolen, that's the crime of the century, if not the worst crime in American history. Let's see you work on that one next.

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gunteh 0 points ago +1 / -1

Complying with the Federal Government is as close to complying with commies as it comes. At least I only comply with Capitalists I like.

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gunteh 29 points ago +29 / -0

I haven't abandoned Trump, but I won't be giving you an upvote either.

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gunteh 0 points ago +1 / -1

I've been to two restaurants that asked for physical proof of the coof vaccine. I walked out, but many stayed. It's coming, whether you like it or not. The only way to overcome it is either do all business online (make Amazon RICH in the process), or get arrested for trespassing at every single establishment I want to do business with. It's gotten so annoying.

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gunteh 0 points ago +1 / -1

I'm curious why you even put on masks to enter Federal buildings. Doesn't that show compliance as well?

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gunteh 1 point ago +2 / -1

I had plenty of favorite spots that required stupid rules. Everyone knew it was stupid, and they had to go along or face losing their health and liquor licenses. But I still had to comply to get in. Am I supposed to boycott establishments I loved because they're afraid of losing their license?

And yes, there are businesses in my area operating without a business license because they had that revoked to resist the mandates. Those businesses might not be able to survive crippling fines a year from now, when on paper it shows they operated a business without a permit for more than a year.

There won't be very many survivors in my area. It's either comply or get annihilated.

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gunteh 1 point ago +2 / -1

You try shopping or doing anything around and getting kicked out of every store because they have a "no masks no service" policy. Many restaurants are asking people at the host desk to show their vaccine papers before getting to sit down. That's not a handful, that's like 95-99% of all businesses. My realtor asked me to put on a mask, as they knocked on my door, and told me they won't represent me unless I wear a mask on in my house.

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gunteh 10 points ago +10 / -0

Banned from all platforms as the RINOs said, "It's a private businesses right to choose who goes on their platform and who isn't allowed on their platform."

Now all those cucks are still on the platforms shilling for vaccines, globalism, and ignoring the Great Steal.

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gunteh 39 points ago +39 / -0

Some people are brokent clocks: right twice a day.

Alex Jones has been right time and time again, his timeframe is just ahead of ours. His yesteryear conspiracies are our modern truths.

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gunteh 1 point ago +1 / -0

They usually follow up with vaccination records requests. It's pretty obvious what they're asking for, although they are opening themselves up to being liable for everything else.

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gunteh 1 point ago +1 / -0

They're trying to figure out what their liability will be. Most likely, many are already vaccinated, and therefore regardless of if you respond or not, be expected to be asked more probing medical questions in the near future. Get ready to find another job if necessary, or line up some really good lawyers if you plan on staying.

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gunteh 9 points ago +9 / -0

I would like to see the physical ballot numbers versus what the certified totals are. That in and of itself will tell me if the rest of this is circus or if Trump has a fighting chance.

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gunteh 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have to assume common sense is in short supply these days. Just because it makes sense to us, doesn't mean it won't happen from a legal standpoint. I would've preferred if the business just stayed out of it and not opened that slippery slope.

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gunteh 2 points ago +2 / -0

Imagine this scenario:

After the whole MeToo movement, my company passed out a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual harassment. Before that, it was taken at a case-by-case basis based on police reports, or documented proof.

Now, every accusation must be treated as if it is a serious accusation. I know someone who was accused of harassment, then was put on three days paid suspension while they investigated. Nothing was found, and the employee was allowed to return, but everyone in the office had already gossiped about it and the employee left a few months later as the office gossip swirled around his cubicle for the rest of his miserable time there. Great guy, good worker, but probably said something buzzed at an after-hours party of coworkers.

The company opened itself up to legal responsibility by stating that it was proactively ensuring sexual harassment is given zero-tolerance.

By taking responsibility for COVID safety protocols in the office, why wouldn't a company be responsible for all the other contagious diseases that spread around the office? Wouldn't this open them up to further lawsuits from people who caught the flu from a coworker?

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