r/HermanCainAward HCA Historian Nov 26 '22 Take My Energy 1

Political polarization peer pressured people to pass on procuring proven prophylactic - The peer pressure compilation part 2 Meta / Other


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u/stokedchunk Nov 26 '22

How many people took that MD’s advice to not get vaccinated because he’s a doctor? How many deaths did he cause?


u/FailResorts Nov 26 '22 Starry

Also the “I don’t trust medical professionals anymore”. My sister in Christ, you refused to get the vaccine, social distance, or wear a mask. Did you ever trust a medical professional?


u/C3POdreamer Nov 26 '22

Or when they di, it's Senator Rand Paul an eye doctor who created his own board vs. Dr. Fauci, an immunologist and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.


u/maxreddit Nov 26 '22

Seriously, Fauci has decades of experience in infectious diseases and even saw through the AIDS crisis under """ St. Ronny""" and they'll still trust an eye doctor who isn't actually an eye doctor or just some non-schooled anonymous malcontent on the internet with the spelling and grammar skills of a heavily concussed kindergartener over him!


u/doctormalbec Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

I got my PhD in immunology in 2012. Throughout my time in grad school (and before and after, of course)l, he was always viewed as an absolute expert. I saw him speak as a keynote speaker at several conferences between 2007-2012. It saddens me to see him discredited by people who didn’t even know who he was until the pandemic.


u/jewdy09 Nov 27 '22

Fauci would fit in my pocket, but God damn does he give me a lady boner. Just thinking about him working ~90 hours a week in 2020 to get the job done and how the rubes want to repay him for that and his lifetime of keeping Americans safe absolutely boils my blood. You’d think the fact that their lord and savior Turnip didn’t fire him would suggest maybe he isn’t the Marvel Universe villain they are trying to portray him to be.


u/Sexy_Squid89 Team Unicorn Blood 🦄 Nov 26 '22

Yeah and you know the second something bad happens she'll be screaming at the paramedics to save whomever.


u/JeromeBiteman Nov 27 '22

FFS, if I didn't trust the jab, I'd mostly stay home, wear a mask when going out, social distance, get my groceries at curbside, and do Christmas over Zoom.

But then, I'm not a loon.


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u/November13Charlie Team Bivalent Booster Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

Seventy percent of the U.S. has had the original vaccine, but the antibody protection wanes over 3-6 months. Plus the virus has mutated to escape the vaccine protection, but only 11% of the population has gotten the bivalent vaccine, according to the CDC.


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u/CatsPolitics Team Moderna Nov 26 '22

Citation or GTFO. You’re trolling.


u/November13Charlie Team Bivalent Booster Nov 27 '22

Thanks for having my back, Cats!


u/DramaticEar6379 Nov 27 '22

Show your evidence.


u/November13Charlie Team Bivalent Booster Nov 27 '22 edited Nov 27 '22

Triggered much? I didn't rag on you. You asked for someone to explain why the death rates for vaccinated and unvaccinated are basically the same now, and that's what I did. I guess your question was rhetorical, you didn't really want an answer. It's a lie that protection wanes in a month. Cite your source regarding negative protection. The new bivalent vaccine has an efficacy of 40-60%.


u/DramaticEar6379 Nov 27 '22

He is is lazy as shit. He won't provide evidence.


u/November13Charlie Team Bivalent Booster Nov 27 '22

You're right. Because he can't find any.


u/stokedchunk Nov 27 '22

Source: trust me, bro, OANN is exposing the truth


u/DramaticEar6379 Nov 27 '22

You made the claim, Cupcake, provide evidence. I don't mean Facebook evidence.

You are not only a troll, you are incredibly lazy.