As the tyrannical vaccine mandates begin to affect a larger swath of people across the county, there are more heroes stepping up to resist. This week, Washington State head football coach, Nick Rolovich, was fired after refusing to comply with the governor’s vaccine proclamation. Joining the head coach in his defiance of tyranny are assistant coaches Ricky Logo, John Richardson, Craig Stutzmann, and Mark Weber. In the same state of Washington, a State Trooper of 22 years signed off for the last time saying, This is my final sign-off after 22 years serving the citizens of the state of Washington, I’ve been asked to leave because I am dirty,” and, “And Jay Inslee can kiss my a**.” Finally, Dan Bongino announced on his radio show Monday, that Cumulus Media would have to choose between their vaccine mandate and his show.
“I’m not really happy with the company I work with right here, I believe these vaccine mandates are unethical. I believe they’re immoral. I believe they don’t take into account the science of natural immunity due to a prior infection. I believe they’re broad-based and don’t take into account an individual’s circumstances of why they may or may not want to take a vaccine. And they’re antithetical to everything I believe in. So, I’ll say again, I’m not going to let this go. Cumulus is going to have to make a decision with me — if they want to continue this partnership or they don’t. But I’m talking to you on their airwaves. They don’t have to let that happen. And I wouldn’t mind if they didn’t. Because it’s really unfortunate that people with a lower profile than me, who don’t have 300-plus stations, have been summarily either shown the door or been put in really untenable circumstances because they simply want to make a medical decision by themselves.” Bongino then promised to revisit the mandate situation every day until it reaches a resolution.
These are just a few examples of some of the more high-profile cases of pushback against the latest wave of COVID tyranny. There are, of course, many more unknown and unnamed men and women across the country and the world risking it all to save their freedom. These people are heroes. They are paying a very heavy price now, so that the next generation may have the ability to live free. They have no guarantee of success or any hope that their actions will improve their own circumstances. Just as when the US was founded, all these heroes have is a “firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence.”