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HILARIOUS: Watch Ron DeSantis Wriggle and Squirm SO HARD to Not Say ‘Yes, I’m Boosted’
The anti-vax and MAGA political movements are so intertwined that even Donald John Trump, 45th and – had the plan went right – 45.5th – president of the United States got himself in real trouble, REAL trouble, when he said to Bill O’Reilly that he got his booster shot.
When the man who some believe was sent by God, gets in trouble for a booster, there’s little hope for a current politician, wanting current perfect political credibility and one has to be really careful.
Take Ron DeSantis. Ron DeSantis is a graduate of Harvard and Yale (nearly impossible to believe). DeSantis clearly got his booster shot just like anyone who understands the science. One would think that it would help any politician to be perfectly sensible and say “Of course, I did. The CDC has found that it helps boost the immunity and so, of course, I did. I don’t want to end up in Bethesda Medical Center half-dead like another guy I know.”
But Ron DeSantis cannot say that he got boosted or he’ll suffer the same fate as Trump only worse because he’s not Trump, he’s Trump 1(A). But it’s probably best that he not lie about it, either, because no one’s going to end up happy if they hear he lied about it.
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So it is worth listening to a man have to wiggle out of a question to which he could just so easily say “No” if he did not get the booster shot.
“So that’s something that I think people should make their own decisions on. I’m not gonna let that be a weapon for people to be able to use. I think it’s a private matter …”
Vax as a weapon. Wow:
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is directly asked again whether he’s received his COVID booster shot:
“So that's something that I think people should make their own decisions on. I’m not gonna let that be a weapon for people to be able to use. I think it's a private matter …” pic.twitter.com/3GT2jkWda5
— The Recount (@therecount) January 21, 2022
And the best reply we found:
— Reed Galen (@reedgalen) January 21, 2022
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