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A longtime television meteorologist in Michigan was fired by an NBC affiliate for resuing to get the coronavirus vaccine.
Karl Bohnak, after 33 years at WLUC, shared his dismissal in a lengthy Facebook post from Gray Television, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia.
“I am leaving TV6 because the station’s corporate owner, Gray Television, has mandated vaccination against COVID-19 for anyone entering a property owned by the company,” Bohnak wrote.
“Since I chose not to take one of the shots, I was fired,” he said. “Many of you have taken one of these injections, and that is absolutely your right. It is also my right to choose the medical options I feel are right for me. I have authority over my body.”
“I have decided against the vaccine option, first and foremost, because the manufacturers of these injections have absolutely no liability if injury or death occurs after the shot,” Bohnak explained. “I asked myself, would I buy brakes for my vehicle if the brake company had no liability if the brakes failed? No! So, I will certainly not allow a medicine in my body from a company that does not stand behind its product.”
He said he would consider it if the risk of death from COVID were more significant.
“The abrogation of our liberty and freedom under the guise of a pandemic is very disturbing to me,” he concluded. “Hopefully, whether you lean right or left, you are concerned about what has occurred the last year-and-a-half. I just wanted to go about my business, “live and let live”, and keep my mouth shut. But this act by the federal government through corporate America has brought me to a crossroads. Our way of life, our freedom and liberty, is collapsing before our eyes.”
National radio host Todd Starnes commented on the story Monday.
“This guy is spot on,” Starnes told listeners. “He’s right.”
Bohnak joins a growing number of employees in the United States fired for refusing to get the jab.