Officials with the fire department of Orange County, Florida have announced that they are firing one of their Battalion Chiefs because he refused to issue written reprimands to employees that failed to disclose their vaccine status.

In other local fire department news, Osceola county wants to have firefighters, police officers and EMTs to fill in on school bus routes, because the schools don’t have enough bus drivers. This idea is going to be difficult, for the simple fact that none of those workers have a CDL as a part of their job and will first have to get trained and pass the CDL exam.

Additionally, the hourly pay for firefighters, EMTs, and cops is far higher than what they pay school bus drivers. I doubt you will get many volunteers, especially since public safety agencies are busy firing all of their emergency workers.

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confuzzled · October 19, 2021 at 11:12 pm

I thought that was illegal in Florida now. Didn’t the legislature pass something that banned mandates?

    Beans · October 20, 2021 at 1:59 am

    Supposedly, but the left-tard counties, like Alachua, Dade and Osceola, tend to not listen to reason and laws.

      Russell G. · October 20, 2021 at 11:37 am

      Same way with the school masks. Communists in the FL Blue welfare service center enclaves always think they can beat DeSavage.

      Same as Nikki Fried. Now, on that one I’m going to treasure her skinning up her knees real bad in the coming elections.

E M Johnson · October 20, 2021 at 5:38 am

Galt says Hi

TRX · October 20, 2021 at 9:19 am

They might be able to drive the short bus, but a full-size school bus isn’t something you want to hand over to a newbie, particularly when full of children.

What qualifications that might have as drivers, other than already being government employees, isn’t clear. And they’re obviously underemployed if they can be spared…

ChuckInBama · October 20, 2021 at 9:51 am

Seems things are working out just peachy for the covidiots.

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