October 23, 2021


4 of 10 TSA Agents Still Unvaxxed, Will All Flights Stop Over BidenMandate?


While we wait to see what remains of the United States military after hundreds of thousands of troops who haven’t received vaccines are told to pack up for not adhering to Biden’s executive order (and whether that’s the second China will choose to attack us), we ponder if soon nobody will be able to travel as a couple of weeks from now the Transportation Security Administration might simply disappear.

The TSA shared with CNN that 4-in-10 members of its labor force of screeners and security, remain unvaccinated for Covid-19 merely weeks in advance of a nearing deadline. The deadline for civilian government staff to get completely immunized is November 22– the Monday right before Thanksgiving, which also turns out to be the busiest travel time of the year.

“We have about 60% of our workforce has been vaccinated (sic), that number needs to go quite a bit higher over the next few weeks,” TSA Administrator David Pekoske informed CNN.

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The Nov 22 deadline for being totally vaxxed is only 6 weeks away, but the cutoffs for obtaining the injections are swiftly coming close to passing or, when it comes to the Moderna vaccine, have already passed. An individual needs to receive the whole routine of booster shots and even wait 2 weeks before being thought to be “completely vaccinated”.

In order to fulfill that goal, the last possible date for obtaining the first shot of the Pfizer injection is October 18, while the latest conceivable date for the first dose of Moderna was October 11. According to Pfizer, their vaccination requires a three-week waiting duration in between second and first dosages. Moderna is an even longer wait, clocking in at four weeks. The last conceivable date to get a single-dose Johnson & Johnson injection is November 8, two weeks prior to the November 22 deadline.

Pekoske claimed he’s “very hopeful” that the TSA’s staff could meet the deadline and that there certainly will be no worker shortages…  But due to current conditions that plainly might occur despite their hollow assurances. Government always projects control.

“We are building contingency plans, for if we do have some staffing shortages as a result of this, but I hope to avoid that,” he claimed.

It wasn’t clear what these “contingency plans” are or if they even existed.

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