CNN did not like the phrase “My body, my choice,” in reference to COVID-19 vaccines, according to The Western Journal.
“Does anybody in this restaurant think it’s a good idea to take the vaccine?”
“Raise your hand if you think it’s a good idea.”
The diner sat in awkward silence.
“Not one person here thinks it’s a good idea?”
“I don’t trust the government and I don’t trust Biden.”
“They just started rolling them out,” another said.
Rand Paul and Anthony Fauci recently discussed the coronavirus.
“You’re telling everybody to wear a mask, whether they’ve had an infection or a vaccine.
“What I’m saying is they have immunity, and everybody agrees they have immunity,” Paul said, according to CNBC.
“What studies do you have that people that have had the vaccine or have had the infection are spreading the infection? If we’re not spreading the infection, isn’t it just theater? If you’ve had a vaccine and you’re wearing two masks, isn’t that theater?”
Sen. @RandPaul questions Dr. Fauci on requiring vaccinated Americans to continue wearing masks:
“What studies do you have that people who have had the vaccine are spreading the infection? If we’re not spreading the infection, isn’t it just theater?”
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 18, 2021
From The Western Journal:
Fauci responded to Paul’s questions, citing COVID-19 variants and “in-vitro examination of memory immunity” as reasons to continue with virus protocol, according to The Washington Post.
Is the COVID-19 issue politically motivated? By evidence of the discourse surrounding its presence, it appears so.
And if the virus is politically motivated, as many of us suspect, it might not be going away anytime soon.