“No vax, no vote,” is the direction this is heading as Sleepy Joe looks to steal the 2022 midterms. Last time I checked, he said he’d never require vaccines because he didn’t have the authority. Now look at where we are as millions of Americans are forced to fall in line, literally just give away their freedom of choice, or lose their livelihood.
It won’t be that hard to force a vax card at the polls. They know this. Sure, you can show a negative test, but that needs to be within 72 hours, blah, blah, blah. You can see how this gets jammed up.
Front line workers I encounter aren’t guests on Fox News nightly talking from the comforts of their homes, saying, “we need to fight.” Easier said than done. What if you actually need to make rent, unlike your friends who spent the summer on the beach, and figure out another way to comply to stay employed? Or got to school, or, or, or….
You know I’ve talked ad nauseam about moving to a Red State. But even if you do, that doesn’t guarantee your neighbor will share the same views. America’s moving in that direction but isn’t there yet. It would be easy for me to say “stand up and fight,” but where will that get you? You need to keep your job. You have a choice. One is to play by the rules and fight to change them in 2022. Guys like Teddy Daniels who are leading the way need to be heard.
Action Line: Fight with reason, not anger. They want you to fight and be angry, so they can take attention away from their debacles like Afghanistan. Don’t play into their hands. Bide your time. They don’t have all the answers, believe me.
P.S. If the vax is so good then why are the vaccinated getting sick? Just asking. Chris Field reports for The Blaze:
University of Georgia football coach Kirby Smart did not get much time to enjoy his Bulldogs’ impressive 10-3 win Saturday over the Clemson Tigers.
Instead, he’s dealing with a COVID spike among players and personnel — on a team that is more than 90% vaccinated, ESPN reported.
What’s that now?
Georgia, fresh off an impressive win over No. 3 Clemson, is set to host the University of Alabama-Birmingham in its first home game of the 2021 season on Saturday, but now multiple Bulldogs are going to be sidelined for a while with COVID, Smart told reporters Monday.
The news of the infections not only has the coach in a quandary about who on his roster will be available to play this weekend, but it also has him concerned since all of the COVID-19 cases are among people who are fully vaccinated on a team where nearly everyone has received the jabs.
“I’ll be honest with you, I’m as concerned as I’ve ever been, because we have three or four guys out with COVID and we have a couple staff members that have been out with COVID here recently,” Smart said, according to ESPN.
“We’re at our highest spike,” he added.
And it’s not because players and personnel are unvaxxed, he was sure to point out, which means he’s concerned for everybody, not just the unvaccinated who have received the brunt of criticism from health experts.
“People are talking about vaccinations, well these are people that are vaccinated,” Smart said, though he did not identify who had tested positive. “We’re talking about breakthroughs, and so that concerns you not only for the players on your team that are unvaccinated, that are playing and not playing, because we want everybody to be safe. But it concerns me for the players that are vaccinated that we could lose them.”
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