Highly doubt this guy is an authentic human being born from a human female and possessing a soul with a toroidal energy field. I refuse to believe there are actually people out there who are this easy to loathe and detest the existence of. This guy must be a synthetic or something. The string of responses he got on Twitter following his douchy comment was an awesome sight to behold. I hope it makes him feel as worthless and useless as he deserves to feel from daring to make such a pretentious and moral superiority drenched comment.
Since when did our media decide it was OK to railroad and shame other people into going out and getting an experimental gene therapy treatment for absolutely no viable reason? Coronavirus = 99% survival rate. A stat I hate to even cite because then it gives merit to the notion that the virus actually even exists in the first place. When it doesn’t. So even their made-up stats indicate a survival rate that should render the Coronavirus a non-topic instead of the ragingingly despicable reset-PsyOp and vaccine coercion tool it’s been used as. Does this guy represent the kind of individual you want to represent the norm of societal status quo? This guy is a loser and total sellout. My goodness these people suck. You’re not better than anyone for going out and getting a jab. You’re just a total idiot and I will not feel badly for you once your health begins to inexplicably deteriorate after getting your experimental gene therapy that you had no good reason for getting in the first place.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
MSNBC Analyst Mocked For Saying Vaccine Felt Like a “Wave of Euphoria”
It’s not heroin, mate.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
An MSNBC analyst was mocked on Twitter after he bizarrely commented that taking the COVID-19 vaccine felt like a “wave of euphoria.”
Matthew Miller became the latest public figure to aggressively signal his virtue with the apparent belief that having a jab is some kind of Mother Theresa-level act of public service.
“Did not quite anticipate the wave of euphoria and emotion that comes with that first shot. Go get your vaccine, folks. Best feeling you’ll have had in a year,” tweeted Miller.
Given that his description of taking the vaccine was more suited to taking a large dose of heroin, Miller faced almost immediate ridicule.
Journalists and news pundits have developed a weird fetish for posting vaccine selfies, appearing to believe that having someone inject a needle in your arm is a momentous act of moral bravery.
Last week, CNN’s Brian Stelter also faced mockery for calling out Fox News hosts for not sharing their own vaccine selfies.
“It’s really important to see all these TV anchors, personalities, showing themselves getting the shot. We’ve seen a lot of vaccine selfies from lots of folks at lots of different networks, it’s been really inspiring to see,” Stelter said.
“So, I say all of that to make the following point,” Stelter added. “Where are the biggest stars on Fox getting vaccinated?”
Maybe most of them are getting vaccinated but don’t broadcast the fact because getting vaccinated isn’t an achievement.