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The left can never be accused of not standing up for their rights or the rights of others. Within a heartbeat, they are quick to mount a soapbox and shout out the virtues of one’s rights, as given under the Constitution. Yet, when it comes to taking the COVID-19 vaccination, and the right to choose, suddenly those defenders of rights disappear. They then expect or rather demand complete submission, so get in line shut up, and get vaxed. But wait, not so fast. That’s not the way it goes. Rights just don’t go away when they get in the way, and then reappear when favorable to your point of view⏤do they?
After months of in-depth discussions about COVID-19, and the push to get individuals vaccinated, one of the hosts of “After Dark with Rob and Andrew” reveals that he took the plunge and got jabbed in the arm. Following several consultations with his primary physician, and doing his extensive research, he made the decision that was best for him. While he had no adverse reaction to the vaccine, having taken it doesn’t make him feel any more immune from the virus than those individuals not vaccinated.
Rob and Andrew, have always stood by the premises that getting the vaccine is a personal choice and that no one should be forced to get it.
In addition to the vaccine discussion, the hosts call out the media’s obfuscation of Biden family scandals, including Politico’s acknowledgment that the risqué content and emails on Hunter Biden’s laptop are, in fact, his and not Russia disinformation. They also tackle the concept of “white privilege” as defined by the left, and how liberal men, not just white men, appear to benefit from it in Biden’s Administration.
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