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TODD: Did you see the ultimatum? So someone typed onto Joe Biden’s Twitter page, “The rule is now simple: get vaccinated or wear a mask until you do. The choice is yours.” So let me de-Bidenize that. “The rule is now simple: get vaccinated or wear a mask until you do. The choice is yours.”

So not only do the people who run Biden’s Twitter page misunderstand entirely being governed at the consent of the governed (laughing), they’re also missing a major point of this. It’s not simple. What if you’ve had the covid and your natural antibodies are, in fact, superior to any — any — injection or vaccination, mRNA or otherwise?

They have broader ability to cover variants. This is being proven as we speak. The immune system that the Good Lord gave us is a great system. So it’s not even that simple. And we’re gonna get to Biden’s dementia, reading these words in a second. In fact, let’s do that.

I found something on Twitter. People are responding to this, people of the left that I would think would be saying, “Oh, okay good, now that’s been settled.” So we’ll get to that in a second. Here is a montage of Joe Biden’s dementia’s emphasizing the ultimatum someone typed on Twitter for him.

BIDEN: When your country asked you to get vaccinated, you did. The American people stepped up. You did what I consider to be your patriotic duty. That fully vaccinated people… If you’ve been fully vaccinated, you no longer need to wear a mask. If you are fully vaccinated, you no longer need to wear a mask! But if you have not been vaccinated, you still need to wear a mask — everyone to get vaccinated.

Find a vaccine site near you. You can go and get vaccinated now. Get the shot! The rule is very simple: Get vaccinated or wear a mask until you do. It’s vaxxed or masked. Get vaccinated! If you’re vaccinated, you can be around the vaccinated or unvaccinated people. But if you’re not vaccinated or not fully vaccinated, you should wear a mask for your own protection or the protection of other unvaccinated people.

Most people under the age of 65 aren’t vaccinated yet. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can take your mask off. If you haven’t been vaccinated, wear your mask for your own protection. If you’ve been vaccinated, you don’t have to wear your mask. But, if you’ve not been vaccinated please wear the mask. Please wear the mask.

TODD: So apparently, they discovered something new about these injections, or they discovered something new about masks — or they discovered something new about Joe Biden’s polling. Even the media couldn’t help him this week. So we go from (Fauci impression), “Well, the masks even if you’ve been fully vaccinated, by which I mean two shots. You’re still a walking death trap for most people.

“Uh, just looking at someone, you might give them had the covid-19 but you could always give them — I forget the name of the made-up movie The Stand by Stephen King. Was that Captain Trips?” To, oh, there’s no problem. But then there’s this.

This is Leana Wen, medical doctor, CNN. a WaPo contributor, visiting indoctrinator at the GW Public Health. That means “professor,” indoctrinator. “I’m shocked by the CDC’s abrupt reversal of their guidelines for vaccinated people. … Otherwise, what’s to stop the unvaccinated from endangering everyone?” Reminder: The covid is age stratified, health-condition stratified, with a 99.87% overall survival rate.

But then I looked at the responses. (sigh) “Exactly my fear! I have been fully vaccinated, but I have bronchitis in my lungs from severe asthma infections. I have no way to protect myself from those refusing vaccines. I am worried and I’m still worried about my risk level. It’s very scary.” I understand that you feel trapped about this or feel traumatized.

And maybe don’t wear a cloth on your face — building a dark, warm, moist space that might cause an infection like that. This is Kasie Hunt. I just thought this was a rando on Twitter. Turns out she is the NBC News apparatchik on Capitol Hill. Sure. She writes. “So…what do I do with my child who’s too little for a mask now that these rules have changed and I have no idea if the people in, say, the grocery store are telling the truth about their vaccination status?

“Is it safe to take him inside? For people without childcare this seems [pleading face emoji].” This response: “My grand babies haven’t been in a public place since last March. The 15 month old, never. Going to keep with this until the virus is all but gone. Yes, it is hard.” Uh, children are at a statistical zero risk of dying from this. They are literally 150 more times likely to die from the flu.

You know what they are, in fact, very much at risk of? Becoming shut-ins their entire life and having anxiety and being unable to deal with human beings or to form friendships or to resolve conflict. You have stolen the public life of a 15 month old until the virus is all but gone? Man, I hate to be the bearer of bad news. I probably shouldn’t even say this. The Spanish flu is still in the air. It’s never gone way.

We simply developed immunities to it. The Democrats have been so good at scaring their victims that they can’t be unscared. So for those of us who chose to stay levelheaded in all this, this is good news for us. Now, the Maha was very, very clear from the very beginning of these selective lockdowns, long before we had the data prove they’re medically useless and deadly. And Rush insisted all of us demand — and very quickly. And that we never accept the technocratic dystopian of a new normal.

RUSH: “We’ve never done anything like this for any other virus that has ever happened. We have never shut down the country like this for practically anything!” I can’t separate all of this. There are people benefiting from this politically. That, to me, is sick.

But then that’s their modus operandi: Benefitting from the pain of others. That pain creates dependency, which prompts votes for Democrats. But mostly it is I’m just not sure that it’s been necessary to stop the virus, because it hasn’t. And then I read they’re finally being honest. This was not…

The lockdown, the shutdown, never was intended to stop the virus. It was never intended to slow the growth of the virus. All intended to do, they say, was to flatten the curve, slow the infection rate. Not end it. Slowing it is only going to extend it. But they said we had to slow the infection rate.

I’ve looked at history. I’ve look around the world in pandemics, and I haven’t seen this procedure that we are employing here as having ever successfully beaten back a virus. Can you blame me for being suspicious? I mean, if this were the recipe, okay, there’s a runaway virus in our country.

Immediately we need to shut down, 22 million to 30 million people need to stop working, their jobs need to be shut down and ended, their businesses need to be closed. You can’t find for me anywhere in world history where that has been a way to defeat a virus.

And yet we are doing it. And now when anybody talks about ending it and opening up, look what happens to those people. They’re targeted, finger pointing, blame, shame, how dare you, you’re killing people, you’re putting millions of people at risk.

TODD: It’s extraordinary to say, but Rush was far more on point and right than perhaps even he knew. The lesson is from the lockdown during the Spanish flu a hundred years ago, where you could be shot for leaving your home. The county sheriff could say, “Get back in your house,” and if you said no, he could say, “Okay, I’m gonna shoot you,” and do it and get away with it. It didn’t stop the virus. It can’t.

Furthermore, face coverings were mandatory across the country. The technocrat of his time who pushed all that response wrote an apology letter to the American people that none of this worked. So you get people like Leana Wren. We mentioned her, the MD, contributor to CNN/WaPo. She’s panicked because some people might happen be vaccinated and not wearing a mask.

Incidentally, Team EIB just pointed this out to me. Greg just pointed this out. She’s the immediate past president of Planned Parenthood who, from memory, I believe she’s the one who was forced to resign because she would not say that men could get pregnant. So just turn to her for all and everything science, particularly related to the human body and human biology. Oh wait. She actually can speak common sense, but just not on this virus.

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