The CDC Totally Reverses Course, Ends Apartheid Against 'Unvaccinated,' Drops Restrictions And Core Policies
#unvaccinated trends on Twitter as the formerly despised group gains sudden glory
“Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.”
I want to ask you all to do something. Go to Twitter, and punch in #unvaccinated.
It’s trending on Twitter. I was moved and wanted to share some of them. Naturally, like you, I can’t understand it when we are not being relentlessly bashed and beaten.
It feels to me like that is over. It feels to me like this is happening because the body count is simply too high, the guilty, genuinely, finally, at long last— afraid. Those of us who resisted the shots were severely abused, cast out, vilified, and fired.
I think we will soon be discussing reparations and healing. And I will not back down on that and say nothing much happened. It most certainly did. It will heal those who were abusive to friends and family to say they see it now and that they’re sorry. The healing process will take many years.
Without a shadow of a doubt, we have been vindicated. And we must own that.
Razorback @razorback11111Victorian premier 05/09/21 “It’s not going to be safe , for people who are not vaccinated to be roaming around the place spreading the virus, that’s what they’ll be doing” https://t.co/uno43oDCTx
Peter McCullough, MD MPH @P_McCulloughMDJaxen with Bigtree, NSW Smalley analysis govt data. Risk of hospitalization dose dependent on number of mandated products. 37 x more likely to be hospitalized. Could be confounded by frailty and other factors, but dose dependency striking new finding C/W immune imprinting. https://t.co/gdUNr5tRke
From this piece in The Defender by Megan Redshaw.
“New CDC COVID guidance ditches distinctions between vaccinated and unvaccinated
“This guidance acknowledges that the pandemic is not over, but also helps us move to a point where COVID-19 no longer severely disrupts our daily lives,” the CDC’s Greta Massetti said in a press release.
“Here are the biggest changes to the CDC’s guidance:
Unvaccinated people now have the same guidance as vaccinated people.
Those who are exposed to the virus are no longer required to quarantine regardless of vaccination status.
Students may stay in class even if they’ve been exposed to COVID-19.
Six-foot social distancing is no longer recommended.
Contact tracing and routine surveillance testing of symptomatic people are no longer recommended in most settings.
No, the unvaccinated are vindicated.