CNN’s Don Lemon expressed his frustration with unvaccinated People, accusing them of prolonging the Covid-19 pandemic and saying that it’s time to “shun” them for his or her inaction. Lemon added that they had been “dangerous to the larger good.”
“I believe we now have to cease coddling folks on the subject of … the vaccines, saying ‘Oh you may’t disgrace them. You may’t name them silly.’ Sure, they’re. The individuals who aided and abetted Trump are silly as a result of they believed his huge lie,” Lemon stated, referring to former President Donald Trump and drawing a connection between vaccine hesitancy and false claims that the 2020 election was stolen.
“The people who find themselves not getting vaccines who’re believing the lies on the web as an alternative of science, it’s time to begin shaming them or depart them behind,” he stated.
Lemon was visibly aggravated as he complained about people who’ve expressed hesitancy about getting vaccinated amid fear over side-effects that haven’t materialized. He identified that many people get pictures of issues like Botox to calm down the muscle mass of their faces with out understanding “what’s on this stuff.”
“Individuals speak about, properly I don’t know what’s within the shot. I don’t know what’s in that shot … Are you aware what they get pictures in these days? Of their rear ends. They’re getting pictures to make it larger. They’re getting pictures of their face. They don’t know what’s in Botox. They don’t know what’s on this stuff,” he stated.
“You don’t need to hearken to a minority of people who find themselves being dangerous to the larger good, and who aren’t appearing on logic, cause and science,” he instructed viewers.
You may hear Lemon’s remarks within the video under.
CNN’s @DonLemon: Like Trump voters, we must always name unvaxxed People “silly” and “begin shaming them”
“Or depart them behind. As a result of they’re holding the vast majority of People behind.” pic.twitter.com/6Ga4oQ7kic
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 16, 2021
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