In a letter to the company's associates, CEO Mark Valade explained that the SCOTUS stay on Biden's OSHA mandates "does not (emphasis his) change Carhartt's mandatory vaccination program, which went into effect on January 4th."
"We put workplace safety at the very top of our priority list and the Supreme Court's recent ruling doesn't impact that core value," Valade added, using careful spin to make it sound as though the Supreme Court does not care about workplace safety.
"We, and the medical community, continue to believe vaccines are necessary to ensure a safe working environment for every associate and even perhaps their households. While we appreciate that there may be differing views, workplace safety is an area where we and the union that represents our associates cannot compromise."
Valade went on to claim that an unvaccinated workforce "is both a people and business risk that our company is unwilling to take."
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The Carhartt brand is (or was) popular among farmers and other rural dwellers, many of whom are conservative who do not support this type of medical fascism.
As word gets out about Valade's position in support of pharmaceutical rape, the company, which has been manufacturing workwear since 1889, is likely to experience a widespread boycott.
"Wow @Carhartt is subjecting their employees to medical abuse," tweeted conservative commentator Elijah Schaffer. "Very bad look. Definitely should stop buying their products if you do."
YouTuber "The Quartering" also tweeted about how he normally spends thousands of dollars per year on Carhartt hoodies, jackets and winter gear, but no longer.
"Today that end," the German dad wrote. "I guess I am looking for alternatives. Seriously, this is insane given their target market. I am done purchasing any of their stuff and giving them thousands in free advertising."
"I get it, product boycotts rarely work and are in general a 'rich man's game.' I don't expect you to throw out all your @Carhartt stuff and post cringe pictures. I won't be throwing mine out either but I'll NEVER purchase another thing & NEVER wear their stuff on video again."
Many others had similar things to say, including one who listed other Made in the USA clothing companies that can be supported instead of Carhartt. These include Duckworth, LC King, Dearborn Denim, Agave Denim, All American Clothing, American Giant, and WSi Sportwear, among many others.
"Carhartt is catching hell on Facebook," another explained. "They will care, because the people who buy their clothing are actually working-class people. Same thing happened to Levi's; Wrangler took over."
Another said he tried to call Carhartt to voice a complaint but that it seems the company does not care what its customers think about this decision, even though it would seem as though the company must now assume full liability for any severe adverse reactions or fatalities that occur as a result of it.
"Evil people behind evil brands may try to walk it back, but understand it's temporary. Understand who you're *really* dealing with that would even attempt to roll with this tyranny. Really play it out in your mind. Do you really understand what's at stake and the type of evil in control who would subject their 'employees' like CATTLE to these New World Order banking elites trying to enslave humanity?" said another.
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