A new San Diego-based app that helps hire unvaccinated employees announced on November 23 that they will expand across the rest of California.
A digital platform called PublicSq. Launched just two months ago, thousands of users and over 320 businesses have already signed up, paving the way for freedom-loving Californians to support the companies that support them.
The app aims to “connect freedom-loving Americans with local communities, trusted information, and businesses that share their values.”
Earlier this month, PublicSq. hosted a job board featuring 65 different businesses that are hiring employees regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status after thousands of San Diegan residents lost their jobs, including nurses, doctors and emergency responders, many of whom are also not. can find work without getting vaccinated. on the October 5 decision of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, according to which all new employees should be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine.
“We still believe in a bright future for California, but we will only achieve that bright future if we say a resounding NO to repressive measures, government coercion and cultural abolition, and say YES to freedom, free speech, and an economy that allows everyone to participate, regardless of their personal medical choices, ”said the CEO and founder of PublicSq. Michael Seifert said in a statement. “We are delighted to provide freedom-loving Californians with a platform to enable them to live their lives based on their values.”
Apart from running statewide PublicSq. has since included a new group feature that will allow users to chat on the app in their communities without fear of censorship, which is a common occurrence that happens on major social media platforms.
“Let Them Choose will create a local group for each California school district on the PublicSq website.” Sharon McKeeman, founder of Let Them Choose, a student advocacy group, said in a statement. “In the past, Facebook stripped us of the platform, and now many families are avoiding important topics for fear of censorship. We are grateful to PublicSq. created a space for open dialogue and local contacts. “
“As a mother who does not use social media, I am very happy to use PublicSq. to connect with other parents in my school district, ”Lauren Hernandez of Huntington Beach said in a statement. “This way we can stay up to date and stay up to date without censorship. This app / website will allow us to work together to protect our children. ”
As the expansion continues, new businesses and features are added weekly, according to the app developers.