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Who do you trust more? Joe Rogan or Dr. Fauci? Don’t answer that question until you’ve heard what Cheryl K. Chumley has to say about independent thought versus obedience.
If anyone has the right to say, “I told you so,” it would be Michael Snyder. He has been warning of our nation’s alarming change in direction toward dictatorship for many years. In his most recent column, he makes another point worth considering–this thing isn’t going to correct itself. We have to quit playing along.
The principle that underlies the hesitation so many feel toward taking the Covid vaccine is a principle of personal autonomy called informed consent. As William Sullivan explains, informed consent is being transformed into coercion of the uninformed. You can’t stand for your rights if you don’t know them.
Given the number of people who’ve been vaccinated who still become infected, vaccine passports seem like a pretty useless idea. Nevertheless, according to Helen Andrews, the U.S. government is plowing ahead full steam to implement them. This is one of the places where we can draw a line and say “no.”
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