I’ve already flatly stated that the only way FederalGovCo will be getting their “vaccine” into my personal bloodstream is via physical force, and I was by no means kidding around. There are numerous reasons backing my assessment, some of which have now been rounded up in one convenient place. As I’ve also said, for me the issue boils down to trust: after the last several years’ worth of countless demonstrations of its duplicity, its treachery, its consummate immorality and corruption, do you trust the federal government with your health, likely even your very life?
I don’t, so I won’t. End of story. But there’s another reason I hadn’t thought of, and it may well be the most compelling of them all.
I’m not really avoiding the vaccine due to potential medical complications, or because of the speed with which it was produced.
Personal liberty is not the reason I’m avoiding it, either. I’m not a member of the “don’t tread on me” club. Though I don’t think mandated “vaccine passports” are a brilliant idea, my refusal to take the vaccine is not related to some perceived or real government overreach. I’m not here to take a principled stand against the federal or state governments on this issue. In fact, I’m saving my principled stands against the federal or state governments for issues that really matter, like strengthening libel laws so that lying journalists can finally be shipped off to Guantanamo Bay where they belong.
My primary reason for refusing the vaccine is much simpler: I dislike the people who want me to take it, and it makes them mad when they hear about my refusal. That, in turn, makes me happy.
Maybe it’s petty, but the thought of the worst people on planet earth, those whom I like to call the Branch Covidians, literally shaking as I stroll into Target vaccine-free, makes me smile.
It wasn’t until the sociopathic mediocrity that is the entrenched liberal political class in Washington began bullying normal people into wearing masks, staying home, standing six feet apart from others at all times, mobilizing even less impressive liberal stormtroopers to play the role of COVID-19 prevention Gestapo, and then finally propped up the vaccine as the Holy Grail that would lead us back to “normalcy,” that I finally began to have an opinion on vaccines. And though I don’t know much about the “anti-vaxxers,” I do know that I’m displeased with the way they have been portrayed by the aforementioned GITMO-bound media, simply for harboring opinions that are considered non-mainstream.
So I have decided that because the vile political Left, which I despise in the abstract, wants me to take their coveted vaccine, I simply will not. After the horrifying displeasure of meeting several of their militant COVID-19 restriction enforcers in person over the past year, I have become even more steadfast in my stance.
My newly formed and well-developed opinion on vaccines is this: if those bastards want me to get the jab, I’m not going to do it, because it annoys them.
Perhaps you think I’m being obtuse. I do not care.
Nor should you. From the comments so far, it looks like his plan is working. A like sentiment (via Ace) expressed in somewhat, umm, more direct terms:
🎵Did you ever know that you’re my heeeeeerooo🎵
— DannyTypo♂️ (@DanTypo) April 24, 2021