The mainstream media has finally discovered Fox News personality Tucker Carlson’s vaccine status and they are gleefully reporting it to the world. They’re like a dog that has finally caught the car it chases every morning while barking at it.
Okay… you caught the car, pooch! Now what?
If anything, trumpeting the fact that Tucker Carlson is unvaccinated will likely make more of the “vaccine hesitant” even more resolute in not participating in this mad science experiment themselves. After all, Tucker probably knows something, right?
Carlson was in California this past week to launch the second season of his documentary series. He attended a church event in San Diego, and when asked about the second COVID booster shot (the fourth in a never-ending series), he told the audience:
“I skipped the first three, I’m not getting that one either.”
The media has been furious with Carlson since forever, but they’ve been particularly mad that he’s never before revealed his “vaccine status.” He simply refused to answer that question on basic principle, when the rest of the media world was compulsively sharing their private medical information with the public like a bunch of weird cultists.
But ah-ha! Now that Carlson has finally revealed his vaccine status, the media can run around proclaiming him to be an anti-vaxxer. Which he is not. Carlson has had a ton of vaccines throughout his journalistic career – far more vaccines than probably many of his critics. When you travel to tropical African countries to cover a civil war while carrying a rifle and embedded with “peace negotiator” Al Sharpton (of all people!), you get a bunch of vaccines first.
If you didn’t know that Tucker had ever carried a rifle in a tropical war zone while following Al Sharpton around, I highly recommend his book, “The Long Slide.” It’s a hoot!
Tucker Carlson’s vaccine status is not anyone’s damn business except for him, his doctor and his wife. When the New York Times demanded that Tucker reveal his vaccine status to the world a year ago, his response to that idiot reporter was pure comedy gold:
“When was the last time you had sex with your wife, and in what position? We can trade intimate details!”
You have to wonder, though, whether the reporter even understood his response. Probably not.
Tucker elaborated at the church in San Diego on the reasons why he has refused to get a COVID shot:
“I look at these people, like, this just does not make sense at all. And I have no idea what’s up here, but whatever you’re telling me… it’s just not true.”
That’s pretty much how millions of Americans feel about the shots and the people in charge. Health officials and political figures across the world have lied to us repeatedly about every single thing about COVID, the shots, and the measures that were supposed to “protect” us. At every step of the way, they’ve lied. No one has ever apologized for getting it wrong or for lying, and they never will. So, why should any of us trust them any longer?
The shots have caused more than 700 elite professional athletes to collapse in the last year with heart attacks, myocarditis and pericarditis. Italian swimmer Mariasofia Paparo dropped dead of a heart attack this week, at the age of 27; she had just gotten engaged to be married, but then her COVID vaccine killed her. Little girls as young as 5 are developing vaginal ulcers 48 hours after being administered the second Pfizer dose.
Yet they keep insisting that the shots are “safe and effective.”
The politicians ban you and I from safe and useful treatments for the coronavirus – while they continue to use those treatments for themselves. Joe Biden has now banned shipments of monoclonal antibodies to all 50 states, for example. Then when a super-spreader event at the White House got everyone from Nancy Pelosi to Kamala Harris sick, they all recovered quickly. And they refuse to answer whether they were administered monoclonal antibodies for their treatment. Their silence tells us the answer.
Anyway, the entire world now knows Tucker Carlson’s vaccine status – and maybe that’s a good thing. If someone with Tucker’s media footprint saves just one life by being hesitant about the vaccines, isn’t that worth it?