Friday, April 23, 2021

Johnson's anti-COVID-vaxx campaign disregards 7,400 dead constituents

GOP US Senator and self-declared lethal libertarian-of-sorts Ron Johnson leap-frogged other legacy and contemporary competitors for Worst Wisconsin Legislator, Ever by saying during the historically brutal COVID19 pandemic he keeps minimizing that he saw "no reason to push vaccines on people," and "what do you care if your neighbor has one or not?," The Associated Press reported.

Johnson, who has no medical expertise or background, made the comments Thursday during an interview with conservative talk radio host Vicki McKenna. Contrary to what medical experts advise, Johnson has said he doesn't need to be vaccinated because he had COVID-19 in the fall. 
Below are some of the multiple thousand of reasons gathered from credible sources which explain why people need to be encouraged to get the vaccine.

And which also explain why Johnson 

should immediately resign from public service because he is endangering the public he's openly not serving.

* Most-recent Wisconsin COVID19 case data published by The New York Times:
Total Wisconsin positive cases, 654,681. Total deaths, 7,438.
Total positive COVID19 cases in Winnebago County, Johnson's home county: 17,918, up 137 in the previous 10 days.


Anonymous said...

Measure for Measure, Act 2, Scene 2
... : But man, proud man,
Drest in a little brief authority,
Most ignorant of what he’s most assured,
His glassy essence, like an angry ape,
Plays such fantastic tricks before high heaven
As make the angels weep; who, with our spleens,
Would all themselves laugh mortal.
In modern language:
But give a proud man a little bit of temporary authority and he forgets what it means to be made in God’s image. Instead, like an angry ape that mimics people’s behavior, he does such incredibly grotesque things before high heaven that the angels, if they were human, would either weep or die laughing.....

Anonymous said...

Thank God for the media.

Because everyone can see Rojo's ideas for what they are: stupid, dangerous and ignorant.

Anonymous said...

According to the recent Wall Street Journal articles Russia has a very aggressive disinformation campaign underway in the US about the vaccines and other Covid protective measures. So "Red" Johnson spouting this stuff now would appear to be following the orders of his boss. The boss in Moscow for whom Johnson suddenly canceled all Fourth of July plans and raced over to Moscow for a secret meeting along with several like-minded elected GOP members of Congress