Why can’t we ask questions about vaccines?
For the record, I didn’t need the POTUS to tell me to get vaccinated, or to wear a mask. Given his performances in corrupting our country and its culture, I’ll pass on his mandates.
My doctor recommended the shots, so I got them.
When a sign at the door says “Masks Required,” I wear one, unless I don’t really need to enter.
Ever since Uncle Joe took control of our personal health, I’ve been asking myself some really scientific type questions, because I believe religiously in truthful science. Like, if someone has already had the Wuhan Flu, don’t they have stronger immunity than us obedient vaxxers? So why do they have to be vaccinated? Is it safe for them to do that?
Despite the infallibility of our government’s health declarations, I’m told the virus is much tinier than the holes that let air pass through most masks. Imagine what kind of obnoxious and viral molecules can pass through the decorator skivvies and skinny jeans on the sweaty jumbo waddling in front of you in the checkout line.
Better hope there are no Wuhan molecules in those noxious fumes. You may have your mask on and vaccine papers with you, but it’s now possible to get infected anyhow. Officially, the vaccine and masking were certain to protect us, until they didn’t anymore.
I think it’s great that people are confident in getting vaccinated. It’s nice if they feel safe wearing a cloth mask. But why aren’t we allowed to ask questions?
— Jack McWherter, Cherokee