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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Um, we kinda like lights and power

Tennessee Representative Scott DesJarlais (R-TN-04) announced in a press release that he sent a letter to President Joe Biden regarding his executive order mandating COVID-19 vaccines for federal workers and the effects it will have on Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) employees. 

In early September, Biden announced a new executive order that requires vaccination for employees of the executive branch and contractors who do business with the federal government — with no option to test out. The executive order also called on the Department of Labor to require all employers with over 100 workers to have them vaccinated or tested weekly for COVID-19.

DesJarlais’ press release reveals that some TVA employees are expressing their intent to resign or retire over Biden’s executive order mandating all federal employees be vaccinated.

10 comments:

  1. Except biden never issued the executive order. His handlers refuse to put it into writting because if the do it can be challenged in court.

    If I was the TVA i would say since the order was never issued we don't have to comply.

    Exile1981

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    1. You may be right about the wider-ranging executive order applying to businesses with over a hundred employees, but there is at least one more narrow one. Executive order 14042 was issued September 9 of this year. From my quick read it looks limited to federal agencies and contractors.

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  2. Tennessee needs to forget the Jab mandates, hire the people who are quitting, confiscate all federal property and run the power plants. Time to reduce the feds control over everything

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  3. In his listed alternatives I noticed the boss left out "No". Wonder why?

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  4. The top execs of TVA are the same reptilians as the global elitists, the goal is to disrupt everything to collapse. Remember, they have a shit load of worthless eaters to get rid of.

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  5. nuclear power plants have very strict regulations they operate under. It takes almost 2 years training to be become a reactor operator after spending several years as a field operator. To be a senior reactor operator you need a 4 year engineering / physics degree and 1.5 years (if i remember) before you spend 2 years training to become a senior reactor operator. There is a minimum of 1 senior and 2 operators for every shift. They are limited to the number of hours a week they can work. Without the operators, they shut down the plant. You won't be back online again until you have a full staff.

    I bet Biden didn't think about that when he started his mandate nonsense. The entire nuke industry will have problems going forward. There have to be so many inspectors, inspections, etc. by the gov't. Most of those were former reactor operators. Could become very interesting (and dark)!

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    1. You can bet that the White House has diesel backup generators.

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  6. I gave up on DesJarlais after he voted for red-flag laws. Fuck that RINO piece of shit.
    --Tennessee Budd

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  7. "Um, we kinda like lights and power"

    Stupid peasants, electricity is for us! You lot get to die in the cold and the dark. Well, unless it's summer - then you can die in the hot and the dark.
    - The Elites

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  8. What did they use for light before candles in Venezuela??




    Electricity 🔌🔌🔌
    I here until Thursday, try the veal, and please tip your wait staff.

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