It’s blatantly obvious that Chinese Resident Chou Biah-Dung doesn’t care about servicemen, cops, fire-fighters, small business owners, farmers, ranchers, truckers… you know, the people that keep America safe and operating at least with some semblance of normality.
Sadly, those with mere bachelors or associates degrees or even those horrible folks who only have a *GASP!* high school diploma aren’t the only ones in the Biden crosshairs.
As it turns out, Biden’s mandate will also violate the rights of project managers, nuclear engineers, research techs, many of them holders of PhDs.
Reporter Susan Montoya Bryan of the Associated Press notes that more than 100 employees are suing their Los Alamos National Laboratory contractor (who was outsourced by the Department of Energy) due to the illegal and unconstitutional vaccine mandate by the Biden Administration (emphasis mine);
Workers at one of the nation’s premier nuclear weapons laboratories face a deadline Friday — be vaccinated or prepare to be fired.
A total of 114 workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory — the birthplace of the atomic bomb — are suing over the mandate, saying exemptions have been unduly denied and their constitutional rights are being violated by Triad National Security LLC, the contractor that runs the lab for the U.S. Department of Energy.
It will be up to a state district judge whether to grant an injunction to prevent employees from being fired while the merits of the case are decided. A hearing was underway Thursday.
The lawsuit alleges that lab management has been harassing employees and has created a hostile work environment. The complaint outlines the experiences of many of the workers, including one who was screamed at for not being vaccinated and was told by a fellow crew member that he and his family deserved to die.
Some employees said many of those who could lose their jobs are specialists in their fields and would be difficult to replace in the short term.
Some of the employees who are part of the lawsuit have worked for Los Alamos lab for decades, while others are newer hires who have relocated to New Mexico from other states and countries.
I can’t help but wonder if Biden has some Chinese nuclear specialists ready to fill the vacancies (sarcasm off).
In a late breaking development, television station KRQE or Albuquerque, NM, has cited in a video report (below) that New Mexico district court judge Jason Lidyard has ruled against the plaintiffs.
Attorney Jonathan Diener, who is representing a number of the workers in their lawsuit, stated that they are considering an appeal, presenting evidence to a jury trial, or possibly even working with a mediator to work with the Los Alamos National Laboratory.