United Airline Pilot Suing Over Vaccine Mandate

Captain Sherry Walker, a pilot with 30 years of experience. She is taking United Airlines to court over the vaccine mandates which started on August 6 and do not allow for any exceptions not even religious exceptions.

She has stated that this process is “onerous and potentially not legal, depending on how that turns out in court,” since it does not allow for religious exemptions protected under Title VII of the US Civil Rights Code.

Walker highlighted how the only “reasonable accommodation” the airline corporation offered to the workers was unpaid, indefinite leave, which she said “basically amounts to self furlough.”

Thankfully, a court gave the airline employees a victory in September: a temporary restraining order from this “accommodation,” so that for two weeks they could keep working normally. “Within 12 hours of that agreement, they [United Airlines] reneged on that,” she added.

Walker stated that Airline Employees 4 Health Freedom will continue to move forward with lawsuits. The airline pilot is taking a bold stance against medical tyranny and thankfully she is not alone 2,000 other United Airlines employees have joined the suit, suing the company over the vaccine mandate.

Walker is also the co-founder of Airline Employees 4 Health Freedom (AE4HF) an organization started to represent and support the thousands of airline workers who want the right to choose and push back against jab mandates in the workplace.

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