Kamala Harris: It is wrong to fire Kellogg’s workers on strike, but ok to fire doctors, nurses, and cops

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U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris promotes the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, in Charlotte

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris this week criticized the Kellogg company after union workers once again rejected a contract offer by the company. After the union decision, the company announced it will instead opt to replace the striking workers with new hires.

Harris said it is wrong to fire those workers.

“It is wrong to fire workers for demanding better treatment and wages. Our Administration is concerned about Kellogg’s plans to permanently replace their workers who are currently on strike. Workers in America have the right to demand better,” Harris said.

Under the Biden-Harris administration Harris, a backer of President Joe Biden’s workplace vaccine mandate fully supports firing doctors, nurses, cops, firefighters and teachers who worked throughout the entire pandemic, with public contact rates and in close order with others during the entire bulk of the 2020-21 pandemic, prior to vaccinations being available.

After being asked to work under extremely dangerous conditions during the pandemic in the pre-vaccine era, those workers are being threatened with losing their jobs, just months after being declared heroes for their sacrifices during the pandemic. Many in those fields made the ultimate sacrifice during the height of the pandemic in order to serve and protect their community, putting themselves on the front line of the pandemic.

Now, they are being treated worse than Democrats treated Vietnam veterans returning from the warzone in the 1960s and 1970s, forgotten, ignored and unappreciated.