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100 Cody Residents Protested Against West Park Hospital

By: Robert Berry

About 100 citizens showed up across the street from West Park Hospital in Cody, WY

Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. to protest the federal mandates that will apply to their jobs on December 5th.

Hospital workers from around the area; Cody, Lovell, Worland and Billings are very concerned about losing their jobs if the Biden Admiration gets their way with “vaccine” mandates.

One of the protest organizers we spoke with said that there could be as many as 300 WPH employees that are unwilling to get the “Jab” to save their livelihood. Their private Facebook page is said to have over 1600 members. People from inside the hospital were observed taking photos of the group. Many drivers honked their horns in support as they passed by.

All this in light of the disastrous “Special Session” of the Wyoming legislature that has just ended in Cheyenne.

Lawmakers kept a heavy presence of police handy and did not allow the public to enter the people’s capital while leadership and rinos wasted every moment they had. According to Frank Eathorn, Chair of the State Republican Party, “No meaningful legislative action was taken to proactively challenge Biden’s overreaching vaccine mandates.

There were many freedom-loving legislators championing bills to make a stand and challenge the overreach. However, they were overridden by other legislators less concerned with preserving the people’s constitutional rights and more concerned with preserving the ability of big corporations and government entities to accept federal handouts of COVID money.

They opted to roll the dice and rely on litigation only.”

While peaceful, concerned, hardworking Wyomingites fear for their jobs, our state government does nothing.

Wyoming News Syndicated
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