I have news for everyone:
We can have our cake and eat it too.
That’s right. Everyone who wants a vaccine can and should take it, but for those who don’t want it? They shouldn’t have to take it.
It’s a personal choice.
President Trump has come out as supporting just that. He is encouraging people to get vaccinated in some reports while also maintaining it is a personal choice in others.
This to me is fair and a totally balanced statement. Unfortunately, the authoritarian left NEEDS to put that needle in your arm and tell you what is best for you.
These people do not want to listen, and none of them want a dialogue. They simply want to tell YOU what to do!
Here is more on the story:
The Epoch Times had more on the story:
Former President Donald Trump again endorsed COVID-19 vaccines but said that people should not be forced to get them—likely in response to several states and countries pushing for vaccine passport-type systems.
“The vaccine is a great thing and people should take advantage of it,” Trump told the New York Post on Thursday, but qualified his remarks by saying, “Nobody should be forced” as Americans “have our freedoms.”
“But I strongly recommend it because it’s a real lifesaver,” the former commander-in-chief continued, noting that his administration pushed to develop vaccines against the CCP virus. “I’m all in favor of the vaccine,” Trump said. “It’s one of the great achievements, a true miracle.”
“We’re saving tens of millions of lives throughout the world,” he said. “We’re saving entire countries.”
The CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, also known as the novel coronavirus, causes COVID-19.
The New York Post had more details:
Speaking by telephone to Post columnist Michael Goodwin, Trump said he got his first shot before leaving the White House in January, and his second in Florida, where he now lives. Former First Lady Melania Trump also has been vaccinated, and neither had any adverse reactions.
“Not even a bit of arm soreness,” he said. “It’s pretty amazing stuff.”
Trump remains understandably proud of Operation Warp Speed, the program he commanded that dramatically reduced the time for vaccine research, development and human trials. No previous vaccine had come to market in fewer than five years, while this one went from start to finish in about nine months. The first doses were shipped to the states in the middle of December.