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Tucker Carlson Says Military Vaccine Mandate Meant to Weed Out Men with High Testosterone

Vaccines allow people to get COVID and get sick like a flu, but not even have to consider going to the hospital. This presumes a vaccinated person feels sick at all. Most vaccinated people, by far, don’t know that they have the COVID virus (The delta variant seemed more committed to ensuring that even the vaccinated got a taste). We at this site have simply come to the conclusion that the MAGAs continue to refuse the vaccine because they like their odds, and it’s a great way to trigger the libs.

There are a lot of MAGAs in the military. Upon entering the military, these men and women get a serious recipe of vaccines, including even the plague – which is kinda medieval and cool – but we never heard a complaint. They only complained upon being ordered to get the COVID vaccine. After all, how were they supposed to trigger the libs if they were fully vaccinated?

MAGAs like Tucker Carlson can’t come out and say that they’re refusing the vaccine because it pisses liberals off, so they have to come up with other utterly insane justifications. On Monday night, Tucker gave it his shot at the most insane yet. Biden and the military want to weed out “Christians” and “high testosterone” men. Yep.

This quote is worth reading in its entirety because on one level, it is hilarious, on another it is terrifying.

“The fighting strength of the military is young, healthy people, virtually all of them at extremely low risk of dying from COVID. In fact, to this day, only 46 members of the entire U.S. military have died from the coronavirus over the last year and a half.

Who said dying is the only measure? It is awfully tough to fly your helicopter with a fever of 103 and a bit of dizziness. The vaccine keeps one from getting so sick. Additionally, we can foresee a situation at night, when our military personnel move silently toward the target, but the guy who refused the vaccine starts coughing loudly, mission blown and now the troops are in greater danger. We know this without any military training at all.

“Su1cides, by contrast, kill many, many times more. In just a few months last year, 156 service members killed themselves. “So, military su1cide is an actual crisis that the Pentagon might want to address. Lloyd Austin might want to look into that. But, no, that would get the Democratic Party nothing.

STFU, Tuck. President Obama and the military under both Trump and Biden recognize su1cide as a huge problem and have spent huge (and appropriate) resources fighting the problem. It is not an “either/or” situation and we would hope that even Tucker’s audience could figure that out. Su1cide is perhaps the biggest after-action issue in the military and it’s being addressed as such.

“The point of mandatory vaccination is to identify the sincere Christians in the ranks, the free thinkers, the men with high testosterone levels, and anyone else who doesn’t love Joe Biden and make them leave immediately. It’s a takeover of the U.S. military.” – Tucker Carlson, last night.

Name one sincere Christian religion that prohibits vaccines. Name. One. Name one thinker that thinks he or she is better off without the vaccine. The fact that most MAGAs are fundamentalist Christians doesn’t make it a means to identify Christians. The vaccine does not lower testosterone, but can we make an observation? Let’s pretend for a moment the vaccine does lower testosterone (it doesn’t). The men with high testosterone are the ones with some left to spare! It would be the guys with lower amounts that might say “Huh, uh, nope, gotta keep all I got. I’m barely getting by, sir.”

Oh, and it’s not exactly hard to bump testosterone levels right back up. There’s special deodorant at the pharmacy, and some stuff in vials that jab right on in (They’ll take that jab, damn it). They can get it from a doctor or any fitness club near you.

JFC, Tuck, if you simply must be anti-vax, can’t you do it better than this?

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Jason Miciak is a political writer, features writer, author, and attorney. He is originally from Canada but grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He now enjoys life as a single dad raising a ridiculously-loved young girl on the beaches of the Gulf Coast. He is very much the dreamy mystic, a day without learning is a day not lived. He is passionate about his flower pots and studies philosophical science, religion, and non-mathematical principles of theoretical physics. Dogs, pizza, and love are proof that God exists. "Above all else, love one another."


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