Why are the most radical nutcases always on the likes of MSNBC & CNN these days?
Some of these television hosts have clearly lost their sanity and Joe Scarborough’s latest rant is a horrifying example.
In response to pushback against vaccine passports for the COVID-19 jabs, Scarborough spews vile insults and hatred for those who are hesitant on taking an EXPERIMENTAL vaccine.
He calls skeptics idiots who should stay in their basements, under a rock, or inside a cave.
And says you have the “right” to get COVID-19 and die.
Then, Scarborough has the audacity to compare vaccine hesitancy to not following the teachings of Jesus.
Here are some clips of this raging lunatic’s disgusting rant:
These are the kind of people who would have zero qualms demanding your papers in an authoritarian regime.
Scarborough doesn’t respect the rights of anyone else and his vaccine ignorance is off the charts.
Maybe someone should send him the VAERS reports of how many people have passed away with COVID-19 vaccine complications or suffered severe side effects.
But psychopaths like these don’t care what happens to you.
They care about their own insecurities and don’t mind stealing the civil liberties from those who choose to do their own research.
Unfortunately, this radicalized mindset on mainstream media leads to the polarization of the COVID-19 vaccines.
The ones who refuse the vaccine simply don’t want to inject toxins into their body and risk the unknown short and long-term side effects.
Another reminder for the psychos like Scarborough….
The COVID-19 vaccines are EXPERIMENTAL, DO NOT have FDA approval, and ZERO long-term trials & studies have been conducted on them.
Those who choose to take these vaccines are the test subjects.
But Scarborough wants to ostracize critical thinkers and COVID-19 vaccine skeptics from society.
Zero Hedge reported:
As the Biden Administration works with the private sector to develop a standardized way for Americans to prove their status (an effort that’s being led by airlines and their consultants), MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, a frequent and early GOP critic of President Trump, wants Americans to know that if they don’t support vaccine passports, then they’re “an idiot” and a “moron” who should probably “crawl back to your cave.”
We imagine Scarborough’s corporate sponsors, who are depending on the scheme to entice people to get out and consume.
Republicans and civil liberties advocates have criticized vaccine passports as s step toward “totalitarian communism”, and even Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has vowed not to let them become a requirement in the state of Florida.
But that apparently didn’t occur to Scarborough as he chided Americans for “following conspiracy theories” and for living in “ignorance and stupidity.”“They’re being stupid, they’re following conspiracy theories…they don’t understand because maybe they’re such morons,” he thundered. “If they don’t want to take the vaccine and they want to die, that’s their right as Americans. They can live in ignorance and stupidity.”
“Our government, our sports teams, our concert promoters damned well better put together something where you can show your vaccine receipt,” he said.
“This anti-science idiocy, you know, let them do that under a rock or in their caves,” he added, concluding that “the time to try to reason with these people has long passed.”
Scarborough was instantly blasted online for his rant, which some called out as “totally unhinged.”
With enough enthusiasm from the private sector, the US government may only step in to ensure standardization. Speaking to reporters on Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that “we want to drive the market toward meeting public interest goals.” The government “is not viewing its role as the place to create a passport, nor a place to hold the data of citizens,” Andy Slavitt, a White House Covid-19 adviser, added during Psaki’s briefing.
Of course, views on vaccines are much different in Europe, where Germany on Tuesday is reportedly planning to bar the AstraZeneca jab, limiting to only patients under the age of 60. The effort follows publication of new research purporting to link the AstraZeneca jab with rare, but deadly, blood clots that have occurred in a small number of patients. The EMA and WHO haven’t denied a connection, but continue to insist that benefits of the jab far outweigh the costs.