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    Default Republicans Suddenly Coming Out Pro Vaccine

    As Covid cases rise, some conservatives make surprising course correction on vaccine ahead of 2022 midterms

    Republican Gov Kay Ivey of Louisiana: "... it’s time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks ... the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down.”

    Sean Hannity

    FL Gov Ron DeSantis

    Rep Steve Scalise

    AR Gov Asa Hutchinson

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey: “Please get the vaccine"

    SC Sen. Lindsey Graham

    KY Sen Mitch McConnell

    " At the start of a Senate hearing with Fauci this past week, Sen. Richard Burr, the ranking Republican on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, implored Americans to get vaccinated.

    “Covid-19 won’t just go away. We need all Americans who can get the vaccine to get the vaccine,” said the North Carolina Republican, who’s not running for re-election. “If you won’t do it for yourself, do it for your friends and family, for your neighbors and your local community. Do it so your grandchildren can go back to school or so your grandparents can go out to dinner.” "

    "“It’s fairly obvious that that polling must have started to reflect that the American people, (a) believe in the vaccines, and (b) don’t understand why the party of Trump – which developed the vaccine – is now all of a sudden against vaccines,” said Republican strategist Scott Jennings, a CNN contributor. “I have a feeling that politically – that was taking its toll.” "
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    Evidently Karens can't walk & chew gum at the same time.

    Get vaxxed, wear your diapers, lock yourselves up in a cave, come out for 20 minutes of sun, take C, D3, E, Zinc, toss out sugar & carbs and do a little exercise.

    Can you do all that and quit kvetching? Just do it allllllllllllllll. You don't have to pick one or the another. Do it alllllllllll and get on with your life.

    Deaths of vaccinated outnumber those of COVID-19-infected in recent weeks according to VAERS


    Reported deaths in the United States among vaccinated persons over the past decade (VAERS, as of July 9).

    https://vaers.hhs.gov/
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliTalker View Post
    As Covid cases rise, some conservatives make surprising course correction on vaccine ahead of 2022 midterms

    Republican Gov Kay Ivey of Louisiana: "... it’s time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks ... the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down.”

    Sean Hannity

    FL Gov Ron DeSantis

    Rep Steve Scalise

    AR Gov Asa Hutchinson

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey: “Please get the vaccine"

    SC Sen. Lindsey Graham

    KY Sen Mitch McConnell

    " At the start of a Senate hearing with Fauci this past week, Sen. Richard Burr, the ranking Republican on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, implored Americans to get vaccinated.

    “Covid-19 won’t just go away. We need all Americans who can get the vaccine to get the vaccine,” said the North Carolina Republican, who’s not running for re-election. “If you won’t do it for yourself, do it for your friends and family, for your neighbors and your local community. Do it so your grandchildren can go back to school or so your grandparents can go out to dinner.” "

    "“It’s fairly obvious that that polling must have started to reflect that the American people, (a) believe in the vaccines, and (b) don’t understand why the party of Trump – which developed the vaccine – is now all of a sudden against vaccines,” said Republican strategist Scott Jennings, a CNN contributor. “I have a feeling that politically – that was taking its toll.” "
    Perhaps its a result of the life expectancy of the tRump cult followers tanking as the majority of whom are not Americans of color.

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    I don't think blaming is very constructive, so that makes it a delicate matter to discuss.

    Regardless, the fact remains that this is a highly sensitive issue for pandemic and vaccine deniers, and their cooperation is essential in formulating an effective pandemic response,
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    Hello signalmankenneth,

    Quote Originally Posted by signalmankenneth View Post
    Fox is one of the largest tabloids on the planet.
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