Vaccination clearly doesn't prevent transmission; if benign instances of transmission, even among vaccinated healthy populations, are still frantically portrayed as "outbreaks" requiring harsh interventionist action, the "crisis" will never be over

10:15 PM · Sep 17, 2021

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that´s the plan!!!!
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The crisis will never be over as long as we refuse to do any real lockdowns.
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someone take this mans joint from him
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Anybody can get Covid, but vaccinated persons usuallly don't get severly sick.
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Awe your followings are patting you on the back, but everyone outside of the Ivy League is doing whatever they want anyway so 🤷🏿‍♂️🤷🏿‍♂️🤷🏿‍♂️
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Just another way to keep people in this country in a perpetual state of fear.
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Don’t forget divided against each other! 😎
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That seems to be the plan. At least until the 2022 election. What else to they have? Bidenflation. Border crisis. Stranded Americans. There you go. . . Take your best shot.
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Well there is the side effect of those who are unvaccinated: the hospitals can't handle the influx of covid19 patients. And there is the often overlooked occurrence of death. Which is not only a disruption to you but to society.
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