We’re now just openly talking about an apartheid type system for the unvaxxed.
Remember: this is the same week we are hearing that the vaccine actually doesn’t even work against the “new variant,” and we’re going to have to undergo a massive new vaccination program in order to fight these “new variants.”
The US will soon see surges in cases of the highly infectious Delta variant of Covid-19 in areas where vaccination rates are low, Anthony Fauci has predicted, calling resistance to vaccination “sad” and “tragic”.
Such resistance is particularly strong among Republicans: a Washington Post-ABC News poll released on Sunday found that 86% of Democrats but only 45% of Republicans have received at least one shot.
The same poll found that a third of adults who had not had a shot said they would not or probably would not get one. Of those respondents, nearly three-quarters said officials like Fauci were exaggerating the risk posed by the Delta variant. A little more than three-quarters believed they had little or no risk of contracting Covid-19.
Fauci, Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, has served seven presidents since 1984 as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He spoke to NBC’s Meet the Press.
Asked if the Delta variant was more lethal than others and if he was concerned it could cause a spike in cases as society reopens, he said: “I don’t think you’re going to be seeing anything nationwide, because fortunately we have a substantial proportion of the population vaccinated. So it’s going to be regional.”
Fauci also said Americans could be confused as Delta cases rise.
“We’re going to see … almost two types of America,” he said. “You know, those regions of America which are highly vaccinated and we have a low level of dynamics of infection. And in some places, some states, some cities, some areas, where the level of vaccination is low and the level of virus dissemination is high – that’s where you’re going to see the spikes.”
On NBC, Fauci was asked about this “clear political divide”. He said: “We do have a countermeasure that’s highly, highly effective, that’s the reason why it’s all the more sad and all the more tragic why it isn’t being completely implemented in this country.
“And whatever the reasons, some of them are ideologic, some of them are just fundamentally anti-vax or anti-science or what have you. But, you know, we just need to put that aside now. We’re dealing with a historic situation with this pandemic. And we do have the tools to counter it. So for goodness’ sakes, put aside all of those differences and realise that the common enemy is the virus.”
None of this even makes any basic sense, and the only way they are getting away with it is that no one is allowed to question any of it. There is a full ban on the internet.
The only voice allowed is the mainstream media and the government, which are in 100% agreement on absolutely everything – or at least on 96% of everything generally, but 100% on the coronavirus.
Here’s the question: why can’t the unvaxxed and non-trannies have their own space?
Why can’t we break the country in two?
Why do these tranny-obsessed, immigration-obsessed, mad vaxxers want to live with us normal people?
I’ve heard my entire life that there is such an event as a “peaceful divorce.”
Why are both parties not suggesting this?
I mean, if we’re at the point where we’re already talking about apartheid, and the people who support vaxx and the people who don’t are already mostly geographically isolated – surely, this should be a topic of discussion on the table?
Is that also being censored?
If so: why?
If the vaxxers are this afraid of the unvaxxed, it is clear that they would be just as excited about a divorce as we would be, no?