One great reason NOT to

They actually say it. Right out in the open! As if it makes perfect sense!

Yes, this is America, where dedicated researchers came up with effective vaccines for polio, to name one.

Here’s someone who would have been glad to have that vaccine available in 1921.

Franklin Roosevelt's battle with polio taught him lessons relevant today -  The Washington Post

If the vaccine had been available, and mandated, then the people who died or were more or less paralyzed in the decades before it was developed would have benefited.

Of course the people who tell us to get the vax have a right to do so. It’s a matter of public health, and it saves countless lives.

Making sure we “still act free” by refusing to get an effective vaccination during a lethal pandemic is childish, murderous, and beneath contempt.

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