A Coronavirus Vaccine Won’t Work if People Don’t Take It

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If you won't get vaccinated, then any business has the right to exclude you, and it has nothing to do with your skin color.
 

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If you won't get vaccinated, then any business has the right to exclude you, and it has nothing to do with your skin color.
It's racist to deny a black anything, sir!

Do you have any awareness of your surroundings?
 

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Covid Vaccines: What Would Jesus Do?

No major world religion has prohibitions against vaccinations. Even Christian Science, a sect known for favoring prayer over medical intervention for illness, encourages its adherents to follow public health guidelines, including vaccination mandates. Curtis Chang, a former Christian pastor, created the website Christians and the Vaccine to explore, and try to allay, objections to vaccines on various grounds. In a conversation Monday, he told me that Christian Scientists are OK with vaccines because they believe in Christ’s profound message to “love thy neighbor as thyself.”

“The vaccine effort has been plagued by falsehoods of all kinds,” Chang wrote in a recent New York Times essay. “The religious exemption from vaccine mandates for Christians is the latest lie.” The Catholic Church agrees: “It is morally acceptable to receive Covid-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process,” declared the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Pope Francis has said getting vaccinated is “an act of love.”

Russell Moore and Walter Kim of the National Assn. of Evangelicals have urged their followers to get the shots: “Indeed,” they wrote, “the vaccines are a cause for Christians to rejoice and to give glory to God.... By getting vaccinated as soon as our time is called, we can actively work for what we have been praying for — churches filled with people, hugs in the church foyer, and singing loudly the hymns we love.”

https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2021-09-22/what-would-jesus-do-get-vaccinated
 
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The daughter of an unvaccinated man who died of COVID-19 says Tucker Carlson and misinformation 'played a role' in his vaccine hesitancy​

Katie and Evan Lane spoke to "New Day" about their father, 45-year-old Patrick Lane, who recently died from the virus.

"He watched some Tucker Carlson videos on YouTube, and some of those videos involved some misinformation about vaccines, and I believe that that played a role," she said.

Both Katie and Evan are vaccinated, and Katie said that her father said he "wished he was vaccinated" during his final call with his wife.
 

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So an opinion writer for the LA Times, writing an opinion piece, cites random anonymous "public health officials" to say that this particular demographic is the least likely to get vaxed.

Hmmmmm..... sure, seems legit
 










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I've been saying this for 6 months. Just imagine if the last guy had pushed for this kind of totalitarianism. Not just a single impeachment, perhaps even a double secret impeachment
Is that the same as all the “secret pardons” he gave? IALTO
 

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Early signs that the vaccines may suppress our ability to fight cancer.....yipes.

 







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Indeed.

That's why you don't do policy based off a small, angry group of protestors. 1) they may not actually be representative of a larger population, and 2) they may not even follow through on their threats!
 


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Funny, idiot Libs like Broke can never figure out if they are pro-corporation or if they are pro-working class. I guess it makes it easy when someone just tells you who you are supposed to care about for each particular situation.
 

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Pro-workers means you support the demands of the vast majority of workers to not have to be exposed to their dipshit colleagues who refuse to get the vaccines.
 

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Covid Vaccines: What Would Jesus Do?

No major world religion has prohibitions against vaccinations. Even Christian Science, a sect known for favoring prayer over medical intervention for illness, encourages its adherents to follow public health guidelines, including vaccination mandates. Curtis Chang, a former Christian pastor, created the website Christians and the Vaccine to explore, and try to allay, objections to vaccines on various grounds. In a conversation Monday, he told me that Christian Scientists are OK with vaccines because they believe in Christ’s profound message to “love thy neighbor as thyself.”

“The vaccine effort has been plagued by falsehoods of all kinds,” Chang wrote in a recent New York Times essay. “The religious exemption from vaccine mandates for Christians is the latest lie.” The Catholic Church agrees: “It is morally acceptable to receive Covid-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process,” declared the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Pope Francis has said getting vaccinated is “an act of love.”

Russell Moore and Walter Kim of the National Assn. of Evangelicals have urged their followers to get the shots: “Indeed,” they wrote, “the vaccines are a cause for Christians to rejoice and to give glory to God.... By getting vaccinated as soon as our time is called, we can actively work for what we have been praying for — churches filled with people, hugs in the church foyer, and singing loudly the hymns we love.”

https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2021-09-22/what-would-jesus-do-get-vaccinated
The LA times for sure knows what Jesus would do.
 


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Progs probably won’t respond to this post.
Natural immunity to the original genome is basically worthless at this point.

He only won't get sick, in as much as he wouldn't have gotten sick to Delta with no immunity anyway.
 

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Progs probably won’t respond to this post.
It’s a very respectful answer to the question. I agree with him that if you test positive for antibodies, this should be considered equivalent to having taken the vaccine. Not sure how often they would need to test, but it is a much better approach than periodic testing for the virus itself.
 

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The LA times for sure knows what Jesus would do.
"Dear Lord, Please deliver us from the scourge of Covid."

"Uh...I gave you scientists who developed a vaccine."

"Dear Lord, Please deliver us from the scourge of science."
 
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So an opinion writer for the LA Times, writing an opinion piece, cites random anonymous "public health officials" to say that this particular demographic is the least likely to get vaxed.

Hmmmmm..... sure, seems legit
That’s why this is the free board.
 

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Progs probably won’t respond to this post.
I got Covid in the spring and wouldn’t have taken the vaccine for the same reason except that it made it easier to get to Maui. Data shows that people who had Covid still have so many antibodies after a year that you will probably have immunization for years. Some even predict it may be a lifetime worth of protection.
 

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In case you haven't figured it out yet...you're being played.
Truman Show?

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I agree with him that if you test positive for antibodies, this should be considered equivalent to having taken the vaccine.
Nope. Inferior immunity.

Especially if it was to the original genome, or even Alpha.
 




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