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    Vaccination Races

    Anti-vax Republican states like Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas are being crushed in percent citizens fully vaccinated by:

    Dominican Republic
    Puerto Rico
    Mongolia
    Uruguay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    Vaccination Races

    Anti-vax Republican states like Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas are being crushed in percent citizens fully vaccinated by:

    Dominican Republic
    Puerto Rico
    Mongolia
    Uruguay
    And Vermont.
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    I believe that this story was on ABC news yesterday, if so, why and who is intimidating the people from getting their vaccine??? The Church?????

    People in Missouri are wearing disguises to secretly get vaccinated: doctor

    Dr. Priscilla Frase of Okarks Healthcare told ABC News that she had seen more than one person in disguise.

    https://www.rawstory.com/vaccination-disguises/
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    And Vermont.
    I imagine Vermont is beating the other 49 states.

    But it says something about Republican state leadership that they are letting themselves get crushed by Dominican Republic and Mongolia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpet View Post
    I believe that this story was on ABC news yesterday, if so, why and who is intimidating the people from getting their vaccine??? The Church?????

    People in Missouri are wearing disguises to secretly get vaccinated: doctor

    Dr. Priscilla Frase of Okarks Healthcare told ABC News that she had seen more than one person in disguise.

    https://www.rawstory.com/vaccination-disguises/
    There are Neoconferate parts of Missouri where getting vaccinated or socially distancing is seen as overt support of Biden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    There are Neoconferate parts of Missouri where getting vaccinated or socially distancing is seen as overt support of Biden.
    That is absolutely insane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    There are Neoconferate parts of Missouri where getting vaccinated or socially distancing is seen as overt support of Biden.
    You are absolutely right. Still have many friends there, and esp. in the rural redneck regions, that's exactly what it is -- disloyalty to Der Gropingfuehrer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    There are Neoconferate parts of Missouri where getting vaccinated or socially distancing is seen as overt support of Biden.
    California also. Every square inch east of I-5 with a total population of 2000. They have had anti-vax billboards up that predated covid.
    They listen to a steady diet of I hate liberals on the religious a.m radio channels. I sometimes drive from San Diego all the way to Redding
    just to get away and catch some trout. You wouldn't believe the shit they digest. Cuckoo for Cocoa puffs weird. I feel like I've traveled back in time
    70 years.

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    https://issuesinsights.com/2021/07/2...ve-been-told/?

    The administration points to state immunization rates as proof that anti-vaxxers on the right are to blame for the problem. “State vaccine rates fall along red, blue divide,” is how The Hill reported it.

    But wait a minute. The states with low vaccination rates also tend to have larger minority populations. And blacks are the least likely racial or ethnic group to have been vaccinated, with Hispanics the second least likely, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
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    In a combat situation it is about 16 times better to do something useful and violent right away than to wait and figure out something even more useful and violent later.
    “whenever you put your faith in big government for any reason, sooner or later you end up an apologist for mass murder.”

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    Here's a weird reason not to get vaccinated.


    Trump-loving Arizona GOP state senator calls COVID vaccines 'the Mark of the Beast' in unhinged rant

    On Monday, far-right Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers posted an attack on vaccination efforts on Twitter, suggesting that advocates of COVID-19 immunization are Satanic.

    https://www.rawstory.com/vaccine-mark-of-beast/
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    Hello Trumpet,

    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpet View Post
    I believe that this story was on ABC news yesterday, if so, why and who is intimidating the people from getting their vaccine??? The Church?????

    People in Missouri are wearing disguises to secretly get vaccinated: doctor

    Dr. Priscilla Frase of Okarks Healthcare told ABC News that she had seen more than one person in disguise.

    https://www.rawstory.com/vaccination-disguises/
    Peer pressure is strong in the cult.

    If all your friends are Trump supporters and anti-vax, and you even consider going against that?

    You might as well be cutting yourself off from your own world.

    For some, the thought is unbearable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmarterthanYou View Post
    https://issuesinsights.com/2021/07/2...ve-been-told/?

    The administration points to state immunization rates as proof that anti-vaxxers on the right are to blame for the problem. “State vaccine rates fall along red, blue divide,” is how The Hill reported it.

    But wait a minute. The states with low vaccination rates also tend to have larger minority populations. And blacks are the least likely racial or ethnic group to have been vaccinated, with Hispanics the second least likely, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
    The determinative factor appears to be who is running the state government and the vaccine rollout program. Not ethnicity. Where Republicans are in charge of state government, vaccination rates founder and roll out programs fail.

    Washington DC is a majority black population, and their vaccine roll out program exceeded Biden's goals, and is blowing the doors off anti-vax Republican states.

    The American citizens of Puerto Rico are overwhelming Hispanic, and they are absolutely blowing the doors off Republican-led states. Puerto Rico is even beating California for that matter.

    Even a southern state which has a large black population, but happens to be run by Democrats, Virginia has a good vacine rollout program and high rates of vacination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    Vaccination Races

    Anti-vax Republican states like Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas are being crushed in percent citizens fully vaccinated by:

    Dominican Republic
    Puerto Rico
    Mongolia
    Uruguay
    The Deep Republican South is at serious risk of losing the vacination race to Morocco and Cambodia.

    Vaccine rollout programs in Lithuania, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates are absolutely blowing the doors off vaccine efforts in the Republican states.



    https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vac...untry=OWID_WRL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    The Deep Republican South is at serious risk of losing the vacination race to Morocco and Cambodia.

    Vaccine rollout programs in Lithuania, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates are absolutely blowing the doors off vaccine efforts in the Republican states.



    https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vac...untry=OWID_WRL
    The Republican South is also at serious risk of losing the vacination race to black Caribbean nations and territories:

    Barbados
    Antigua
    U.S. Virgin Islands
    Saint Kitts and Nevis

    And Republican states are getting absolutely smoked by the Himalayan nation Bhutan.

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