Future President of the United States Ron DeSantis hit another perfect home run today in messaging. It’s brilliant, and of course the libs are having paroxysms of freakout over it. He blasted the CDC’s ineffective and self-contradictory messaging, and he was absolutely right.
“How they handled the J&J I think was a huge mistake,” said DeSantis, “you could have done that in a way that was not going to cause a lot of people to lose confidence.”
“It’s a problem where you’re telling people to get vaccines, and yet people that have been vaccinated for months are wearing two masks,” said DeSantis with a WTH face.
“Okay so, I think the vaccines have been effective,” he said, “so I advocate for it. But I also can’t square if the vaccine is effective why would you need to be wearing two masks like some of these folks are doing? It doesn’t make sense.”
When you tell people it’s important and then tell people that they still can’t go to restaurants or anything then people don’t understand how we’re supposed to think it’s effective. That’s what he’s arguing in this clip and it is very, very obvious and common sense.
“If you get a vaccine, the vaccines are effective, you’re immune. And so act immune,” he said. “If you tell people the opposite, then gee, why, if it’s not effective for them, and if it’s not going to change anything, then what’s the point of going through it?”
He said they’re going to tell people who get the vaccination that they should act immune. And that’s CLEARLY CORRECT.