90% of San Diego Police Officers Are Opposed to the City’s Covid Vaccine Mandate

October 20, 2021 in News, Video by RBN Staff


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A recent poll of more than 700 San Diego Police officers showed that 90% are opposed to Covid-19 vaccine mandates and about 65% of them said they would consider leaving their jobs if the experimental shots are required. The City of San Diego is experiencing a surge of violent crime under the leadership of Democrat Mayor Todd Gloria. The Mayor and the San Diego City Council enacted the dangerous vaccine mandate that will terminate 1,000 city employees, putting the citizens of San Diego in jeopardy, leaving the city open to rampant violence and crime. The mandate will terminate about 500 San Diego Police Department officers, 100 San Diego Fire Department firefighters, 20 radio 911-Dispatchers and several hundred civilian employees including trash collectors, city maintenance workers, librarians, water plant engineers, and dozens of other categories of employees who make the City of San Diego function daily.

Excerpt from an article written by a San Diego police officer:

The city is clearly not in its collective right mind. City leaders have not considered the fiscal impact of losing 1,000 employees. The average employee with 10 years of service has approximately $100,000 in their respective retirement accounts. These accounts are managed by the city like a bank manages a customer’s account. The money is played in the stock market in hopes of capital gains, with the city benefitting.

Imagine if one thousand employees take their retirements upon termination. Then image if those employees file class action lawsuits for Civil Rights violations and wrongful termination. Can the city really afford that financial burden? It would likely be in the hundred of millions of dollars.

At a time with increased homeless population, rising crime, including gun-related crime, gang-related crime, shootings, stabbings, and rampant drug use on the streets, the City of San Diego will be in ruins if a thousand employees are cut.

Losing 500 police officers, 100 firefighters and 20 911-Dispatchers will increase response time and cause very long delays when citizens call for help. Police will not have the staffing to respond to property crimes including burglaries, vehicle thefts, and trespassing.

San Diego is currently experiencing violent crimes in its tourist locations like the Gaslamp District, Balboa Park, Belmont Park and Petco Park. The city will likely raise taxes to offset the lack of tourism.

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