Yesterday a doctor on MSNBC told Chucky Todd that even though people get the full two dose vaccine regimen, they still shouldn’t travel or stop wearing masks until everyone gets it:
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) December 15, 2020
How exactly does that even make sense? If one has taken the vaccine, then that person doesn’t have COVID and can’t get it. So how exactly does that person pose a threat to others? Either the vaccine works or it doesn’t.
Ted Cruz must’ve thought the same thing, because he suggested this doctor is part of a “bizarre, lunatic, totalitarian cult”:
This is a bizarre, lunatic, totalitarian cult.
It’s not about vaccines or protecting people’s lives—it is instead profoundly anti-science, and is only focused on absolute govt control of every aspect of our lives. https://t.co/ORSgtJoGLZ
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 16, 2020
He’s not the only one. Here’s a few more responses…
The point of the vaccine is supposed to be to get us back to normal. https://t.co/QdkI72y25L
— Dr. David Samadi, MD (@drdavidsamadi) December 16, 2020
First, it was don’t wear a mask.
Then, it was slow the spread.
Then, it was lock everything down.
Then, it was wear a mask.
Then, it was wait for the vaccine.
Now that we have the vaccine, they tell us it’s not going to stop.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) December 15, 2020
Oh ok, I get it. We need a vaccine (twice) with 95% efficacy for a virus with a 99% survival rate but we will still need masks and to quarantine because we can still get it and spread it after that second dose.
It totally makes sense if you don’t think about it. https://t.co/Txb0ILVVgX
— Kate’s Not Gonna Take It (@kate_awakening) December 15, 2020
Skeptical. I need to hear from Dr. Jill Biden. https://t.co/MkAvRPRYMf
— Jon Gabriel (@exjon) December 15, 2020