The half-mick Jew Bill Maher has pushed back against the radical Jewish terrorist Max Rose regarding the coronavirus booster shot, saying: “I don’t want the booster.”
We’ve reported on Rose, a former Congressjew, in the past, noting his radical Jew nature and desire to force horrible suffering on the goyim:
- Aggressive Jew Congressman Max Rose Demands Whites be Classified as Terrorists
- Virulent Jew Max Rose Demands the Irish Engage in Man-on-Man Anal
It’s not surprising that Rose is a radical vaxxer, given that the vaxx is the biggest Jewing of all time.
Rose appeared this week with Maher on his show “Jewy Jew Time with Bill Jewface.”
Rose was in shock when Maher told him he never even wanted the vaxx in the first place. He went on to say that millennials don’t want the vaxx and don’t think they need it, saying, “They’re probably right.”
This is way off-script.
“I tell them, ‘I didn’t want it either, I took one for the team,’” Bill said, to the approval of the audience. “But, every eight months you’re going to put this shit in me? I don’t know about that.”
“Maybe I don’t need one. I don’t want a one-size-fits-all. My body may be different from your body.”
Max Rose, a furious and angry Jew monster, replied, “Yeah, I lost you man. That’s crazy!”
“My body isn’t different from yours?” Maher said, wondering at the boldness of his countryman Jew.
Rose answered, “Stop. You’re trying to be cute and you’re rolling the dice.”
It’s “rolling the dice” to not get the booster, because The Science, i.e., the Pfizer corporate office, told you you need this third shot of the same vaxx before the next round of vaxx even comes out! Pfizer’s corporate policy is the word of Yahweh!
Eventually, Rose went full commie-Jew, and said it’s “very dangerous to enter into a conversation here about personal responsibility.”
“The truth of the matter is that this is a matter of collective responsibility.”
These are the Jews of our lives.
They are on top of us, pushing down on us like boulders, crushing our souls like bones.
In point of fact, I do not think that Maher’s position of “I took the vaxx but I only wanted one” is going to be very popular. Every vaxxer I’ve seen is a vaxx cultist who is excited to get more and more vaxx, just like daddy Jew says he should.