Across the country, leaders and politicians have been reduced into making threats to Americans who refuse to get the experimental COVID injection.
On the local levels, mayors like Lori Lightfoot have outright told unvaccinated Americans that they are no longer allowed to participate in society.
While the threats have worked to some extent on those who are easily manipulated, many Americans have stood by their own decision.
A new poll finds that 62% of all unvaccinated Americans say they will not get “ANY shots of ANY COVID-19 vaccine.”
Some people still refuse to be pushed around by wannabe tyrants.
Newsmax has more details on the poll:
A new poll has found that 62% of unvaccinated Americans do not ''plan on ever getting ANY shots of ANY COVID-19 vaccine.''
Unvaccinated white men without a college degree were the most likely, at 75%, to say they would never receive a COVID-19 shot. Eighteen percent said ''maybe,'' and only 10% affirmed that they ''definitely will get a shot of one of the COVID-19 vaccines in the future.''
Americans simply do not trust that the government has their best interests in mind.
Why would they?
Biden, Fauci, and everyone else have lied repeatedly.
They lied about lockdowns.
They lied about mandates.
They lied about the vaccine's effectiveness.
They won't stop lying.
When the lies don't work, they resort to threats:
Americans have had enough.
There is no trust in the government.
The Hill with more on America's lack of trust in the government:
A new poll found that unvaccinated Americans' trust in the government has plummeted during the last year.
About 30 percent of adults remain unvaccinated, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF). The group's trust in government dropped from 43 percent to 22 percent in the second half of 2021, according to an Axios-Ipsos poll released Thursday. Among vaccinated Americans, the number decreased from 67 percent to 60 percent.
White unvaccinated Americans reported the lowest numbers of trust in government, plunging from 38 percent to 15 percent, according to the poll. For Black Americans, the number dropped from 55 percent to 39 percent.