Sheer Madness – Health care workers fired, National Guard now doing bus driving and health care


We learn that one in five so called “migrants” is sick according to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas here.

The migrants are strewn throughout various military bases here in the U.S. We can assume the medical units of the services are taking care of said migrants. If the military is not stressed enough, we now call on the National Guard to leap into the breech and take care patients because of the deliberate firing of possibly tens of thousands of health care workers.

Capt. Buddy Davis at local hospital in Port-au-Prince


Those in the National Guard I would assume have their own day jobs that are medical in nature. The States calling up the National Guard simply move the chess pieces on the board. Who is going to fill the jobs that they leave once they are called up? Add to that, the National Guard are now bus drivers too.

Bus driver shortage has states looking to National Guard to transport kids to school

Ohio is far from the only state dealing with this shortage. Last week, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker activated up to 250 members of the National Guard to drive school buses throughout the state as needed.

New York hospitals fire, suspend staff who refuse COVID vaccine

NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) – New York hospitals on Monday began firing or suspending healthcare workers for defying a state order to get the COVID-19 vaccine, and resulting staff shortages prompted some hospitals to postpone elective surgeries or curtail services.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio told a news conference the city’s hospitals were not yet seeing a major impact from the mandate, adding he worried about other areas of the state where vaccination rates are lower.

Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo suspended elective inpatient surgeries and had stopped accepting intensive-care patients from other hospitals as it prepares to fire hundreds of unvaccinated employees, a spokesman Peter Cutler said.

Cutler said the decision to curtail some operations would inconvenience patients and hurt hospital finances. Elective inpatient surgeries bring in about $1 million per week, he said.

Sheer madness. The Governor of New York and Tucker Carlson’s take. Health care workers were willing to sacrifice all when no one understood anything about the Covid virus. This is the thanks.

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34 Responses to “Sheer Madness – Health care workers fired, National Guard now doing bus driving and health care”

  1. A Lady of Reason Says:

    The Covid insanity must end! We need to take a stand as a country against the Left’s Covid tyranny…

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  2. Bullright Says:

    We now have a gov’t that declares you have an unalienable right to kill a baby in the womb, damn the scientific evidence, and says if you don’t get a shot you can’t work or can’t eat out, and restricts where you can go. They can pull your humanity card at any time. But baby killing is a sacred right.

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  3. Baysider Says:

    Oh gee, it is NOT the job of the national guard to drive school busses!!! They are out of their minds. We were warned in January that once vaccinations got to 20% there would be variants- fueled by a big no-no , vaccinating in a pandemic. These warnings came across the board from pro and anti vaxxers, including one working on developing one! We did it and now we have a bigger mess and are pushing for more of the same thing that got us here.

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  4. Linda Says:

    As someone who was deathly ill in 2019 from Covid (read that right) and who gets tested for antibodies every 4 months (btw, if you get a positive antibody that means you had Covid), take it from me, even the vaccinated are getting sick at a faster rate then the unvaccinated—I refuse to be vaccinated. To blame the unvaccinated, is truly horrible and sickening. OH, I had a 3 hr wait yesterday at the ER, (hurt my wrist, no not at work). Our hosp. here in little ole podunk western NY is suffering bigly AND we are part of the Univ. of Rochester system. These folks went from heroes to zeros thanks to our governors madness. As for being treated by an unvaccinated person, I am fine with it. I totally believe in herd immunity, period. I am afraid We the People have been sold a false bill of goods in regards to this vaccination over this covid madness, and I offer no apologies for feeling this way. We went from 2 weeks to stop the spread to now 2 years and being told the vaccination will keep you safe and you won’t get it too now, “Oh, well, it will only lessen your symptoms.” These nurses and doctors worked in the worse of the plandemic without being vaccinated and now are getting fired for not being vaccinated, to which it makes no sense. Horrible human beings to force this on folks, you (in general terms) sure don’t want to see my other vaccinations/immunizations –but you sure want to force a experimental one on me to work/have a job? Nope, no thanks. Ok, rant over, grin.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Everyone should have free will regarding the issue. It is yet to be determined just how dangerous this vaccine is. We do know that the virus has a penchant for killing off the old and infirm.. Pick your poison.

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      • Linda Says:

        yep…and you might want to check on SEC. 21004.adjustment of civil penalties—that was slipped into the massive spending bill. It boils down to every working American will have to be vaccinated with no exemptions. Its scary, truly it is. I suppose folks who are on SS will be next? I don’t kn ow.

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    • Bill H. Says:

      You are right about not needing the vaccine if you have been ill with the disease, but why are you being tested for antibodies? Antibodies are a transitory, short term, component of the immune response to a viral infection, and are shed by the body once the infection is defeated. The fact that you have no antibodies does not mean that you have lost your immunity, it merely means that your immune system has defeated the disease and that antibodies are no longer needed. If the virus is reintroduced, the long term part of your immune system (“memory” b cells stored in bone marrow and undetectable in a normal blood test) will immediately create as many antibodies as needed to prevent you from becoming ill.

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      • Linda Says:

        well, I had the virus back in 2019 (yep) and have entered a program thru my dr.’s office to be tested so often, here it is 2 yrs later, I still have antibodies. Honestly, I think it has to do with blood types, I’m O+, WHICH brings another set of immunity in all in itself. (0 blood types are special etc.)—I just think the American people have been sold a bill of goods-false ones.


  5. markone1blog Says:

    When I was in college for my BA, I remember out-of-state students joining the Texas State Guard to get around the cost of paying out-of-state tuition. However, I don’t remember running into members of the National Guard.

    Was the National Guard set forward as a means to allow former servicemen/women to continue their service on a part-time basis and earn additional benefits? If so, those benefits had better be substantial.

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  6. nrringlee Says:

    My safe guess is this. Just like California, you cannot get a U-haul in NY for outbound traffic. But you can rent one for nearly nothing if you are returning it to a Blue Utopia like CA or NY. Vote with your feet. Flee to liberty.

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  7. 16blessingsmom Says:

    As a New Yorker, and a mom of a nurse practitioner, and 3 RNs, I hear all the hospital talk. Upstate University hospital in Syracuse has closed 22 of their 35 operating rooms. They’ve been understaffed, overworked, underpaid for years now as it is, I worry especially about the cancer center staffing. Since vaccinated and unvaccinated can both still spread Covid, this mandate makes ZERO sense. These health care workers were last years heroes, and I can tell you this: my kids suffered. They saw suffering, they worked their butts off, they sweated in layers of protection, they separated from family for months, wanting to keep us safe. They didn’t see a pay raise, or a bonus, they did what they had to do. For what it’s worth, my kids did choose to get vaccinated, several months ago, because they love their patients, and wanted to do all they could do to keep them safe. They have some co-workers who have HAD Covid, or who have medical issues, or allergies, excellent personal reasons not to vaccinate. For the state to so heartlessly fire these workers, exclude them from unemployment, cast them aside as if they didn’t give their very souls in this last year: tyranny. I don’t know who the new gov thinks is going to replace them, is there a secret contingency of nurses waiting in the wings for her to say, “come hither”? I agree that the National Guard idea is preposterous, who will take the jobs they vacate? It’s awful, and it’s frustrating, and it makes me sick.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks so much for your excellent comment. I also worked as well in healthcare. This is suicidal and will impact the healthcare of the poor patients they supposedly care about. God bless you and your family and your commitment.

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  8. Mustang Says:

    Americans truly are unique in the world. They will respond to quality leadership — if they respect their leaders, trust them, and if their leaders have made a good case for why Americans should follow their lead. Unfortunately, most politicians are piss poor leaders. De Blasio’s brand of leadership, for example, is more in line with that of a feudalistic Japanese Shogun — do as I say, or else. Similarly, Biden’s word of choice is “mandate.” Americans do respond to such examples, but hardly in the way the “leaders” want or expect. Why don’t these “leaders” simply step to the microphone and tell the American people, whom they want to be vaccinated, the truth about Covid and the truth about the vaccine? Well, for starters, the government has yet to say anything truthful about Covid-19. It has been a constant barrage of lies and half-truths. Why aren’t Americans responding? Because Americans don’t trust these so-called leaders. Without trust and confidence, there won’t be any willing followers.

    I don’t have much sympathy for 72,000 nurses and 28,000 teachers. These are the dim bulbs who elected De Blasio and Biden. Let ‘em eat cake. National guard medics are likely also civilian healthcare providers, the people who have already been vaccinated. In this case, calling up the guard simply reduces hospital staff further. Not a very wise decision, IMO … but there you have it: a good example of Democratic Leadership and another lesson in what not to do.

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  9. kidme37 Says:

    I wonder if the morons in New York who vote democrat might consider that to have been a bad strategy. Naw.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. John Says:

    I don’t know which I fear the most … some unvaccinated creep tending to my close-contact health care needs or some national guard goon with little or no real experience … I am, however grateful that we have the Guard to jump into the breech … Imagine what it would be like without them …in dire circumstances I feel that something is better than nothing …and I also believe that there is going to be a lot of this kind of pandemonium until the plague is brought under control … if it is ever brought under control that it —By the way, before I joined the Air Force for 4 years, I too was a National Guard Artilleryman …and I was proud too …and still am … but I would sweat my gonads off if I were called on to work in medicine in a crisis …all they are going to do is to expose a lot of our National Guard troops to covid-19 …. This whole mess has been mismanaged all the way from the Trump administration right through to this present fumbling group on Washington, D.C. Sleepy Joe is making a lot of boo boos … and I fear that a lot of his boo boos are going to have long-lasting consequences.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I wonder how long people will be willing to serve in the National Guard if they are called up for everything and anything. From my view from “the bridge” it doesn’t now seem to make much difference if one is vaccinated or not as far as being a spreader. Here in my retirement community we have more cases per day then we had during the time before we had a vaccine. All are vaccinated. It is raging here in PA with more cases and hospitalizations then we had in months and we have a very high vaccination rate for our state.
      I checked out the local hospital stats. 25 percent of vent patients are vaccinated patients.

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      • John Says:

        I am assuming that 75 percent of those patients you refer to are unvaccinated ..if that correct? The National Guard has always been subject to being called up for anything and everything .. including getting their asses shot off in the korean war –I think service in any military branch has something to do with sense of pride or loyalty to country or patriotism or some such crap as that … that was my motivation anyway –The most dangerous thing I was ever called on to do while in the Guard was to soldier up and direct traffic at the local county fair. I thirsted for blood back in those days but I never spilled any — not my own or anybody else’s either. LOL

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      • bunkerville Says:

        You are correct John. I should have added although we have sick Covid patients so far we have not had any deaths which is the bottom line. Indeed, it is much better to be vaccinated for older folks and those at high risk. No question. I was thinking in my response regarding your concern about being a carrier. The healthcare workers even vaccinated can be likely carriers. If I had Covid and had a natural immunity, a woman wanting to get pregnant I would not consider taking the vax. I think it is a high risk dance…most vaccines get tested for years before rolled out and especially this novel vaccine. I do think there are some excellent new therapies coming down the pike.
        Sounds like you had an interesting military experience! Traffic control can be tough!

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