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Liberals think catching COVID means vaccines work

Mike Campbell

June 30, 2022

The Liberals are quadrupling down on their COVID tweets, wherein they praise the vaccines meant to protect against COVID — after they catch COVID.

Liberals think catching COVID means the vaccine is working
Liberals think catching COVID means the vaccine is working

Earlier this year, we reported how obvious it was that COVID infection tweets from politicians are scripted.

However, none are bested by Liberal MP Carolyn Bennett from Wednesday, who might win the funniest tweet of the year when everything is said and done.

“I have just tested positive for COVID-19. I am feeling fine. I am grateful that my vaccinations are up to date, including my 4th shot. I will now isolate. Teachable moment, make sure your vaccinations are up to date – protect yourself, others and our healthcare system.”

You read that right. Bennett’s received four experimental vaccines in about 12 months to protect her from COVID – subsequently catches COVID – then virtue signals over the “teachable moment” she thinks validates the vaccines.

Naturally, the ratio on her tweet is massive. Within 24 hours of officially becoming a comedian, Bennett’s tweet has earned over 15,000 replies, compared to less than 2,500 likes. 

Teachable moment, indeed.

Recent data from Canada indicates that COVID deaths are occurring disproportionally higher among individuals who have received at least three vaccines.

Nonetheless, Trudeau’s Liberal’s just extended the travel restrictions on unvaccinated foreigners and quarantine restrictions for unvaccinated Canadians.

Moreover, Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos says they need to “transition” away from ‘fully vaccinated’ meaning two doses, suggesting ongoing booster requirements in the future.

And Health Minister Tam has warned that a 7th wave is coming to Canada in the fall.

“The pandemic is not over,” Tam said while speaking to MPs at the Commons health committee. “We think that it is very likely that we will get some more viral activity in the future, and we can’t predict exactly how big the next wave is, but I think we need to prepare.”

Unfortunately, despite waning vaccine efficacy, it doesn’t look like COVID vaccine worship is going anywhere.

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