I've always said I'll admit when I'm wrong. This is a big one. I've encouraged everyone to get vaccinated. Today I realized the people who refuse are standing between every American and digital vaccine passports that require frequent boosters cued by political whim. Thank you🙏

5:55 PM · Oct 3, 2021

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For your own well being, I still believe you're better off getting vaccinated if you're over 40 & do not have natural immunity. But for the sake of everyone's personal liberty and autonomy - given the autocratic nature of modern public health - you're making an important stand.
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I will add, by the way, if you were my daughter and you were pregnant, I would encourage you to be vaccinated. Once.
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Right here. This is why we need to stop govt from mandating personal medical care. OSHA will be relying on citizens to turn in their unvaccinated coworkers. And if that doesn't fill you with terror, you have not read enough history. npr.org/2021/10/03/104222703…
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Yes, I agree
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Wow... You're awesome
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Why not encourage most people to get vaccinated but oppose mandates? I think you're throwing out the baby with the bathwater.
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And it's not just that. As explained by Drs. Malone and Vanden Bosche (and many others), mass vaccination with leaky vaccines could be making things worse and put everyone (including our kids) in more danger.
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The real change will happen when vaccinated folks: ✔️ Tear up their vaccine card ✔️ Stand in line for weekly tests with the unvaccinated ✔️ Refuse to attend events with vaccine requirements "Separate but equal" was sustained because too many good people didn't push back.
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Lots of us have to get vaccinated because we don't do prayer.
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