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Sean Hannity Thinks People Should Quit Their Jobs Over Vaccine Mandates, But Says That Isn’t His Calling

Sean Hannity Thinks People Should Quit Their Jobs Over Vaccine Mandates, But Says That Isn’t His Calling

Most of the hosts on the Fox News network are likely vaccinated. While some have refused to share their status, the networks restrictions on unvaccinated people would make it hard to work if they weren’t.

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Sean Hannity is vaccinated. He revealed his status in July, urging his viewers to take COVID seriously. Since then, though, he’s been doing his best to create vaccine hesitancy in his audience.

Last night, the Fox host went out of his way to praise people who have quit their jobs over vaccine mandates. Ironically, he said that he isn’t willing to do it himself.

Hannity told viewers:

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“The COVID disaster? They’re causing it. And if you think the economy disaster is bad now with talk of inflation, stagflation, you know you think the supply chain crisis is bad now. Just wait till all these people in all these professions start leaving the workplace because of Joe’s mandate and their unwillingness to work with employers. 

I’ll tell you what my fear is. And it has nothing to do with me. I don’t have a problem. I can retire tomorrow and I don’t have to work another day in my life. I don’t want to, you know? But that’s not what — I don’t think my calling is to quit. For whatever reason, God gave me a big mouth. All right. And I think he expects me to use it. So I’m trying every day to use my big mouth and I love doing it, and it’s an honor to be here every day. I’m humbled that you listen. I’m humbled that you watch at night. I can’t do this without you and your support.”
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