We all thought it was bad when Joe Biden accused Facebook of killing people, but CNN just took it a step further.
During a recent interview with Biden’s Surgeon General, CNN’s Dana Bash asked if conservative media, specifically Fox News, was killing people.
It was one of the most blatant twistings of the facts to justify a narrative I have ever heard.
Not What They Said
Fox News hosts targeted by Bash, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham, never said that people should not take the vaccine.
The segments they have had discussed the idea of forcing someone to take medicine they don’t want to take or are uncomfortable taking without much research having been done yet.
I have written many times about my own hesitancy as someone that has had COVID, has recovered, and is still testing positive for the antibodies.
We still really don’t know what the impact will be down the road for people in that category and probably will not for some time.
As long as I am testing positive for antibodies, and I continue to get tested on a regular basis, I feel I do not need to even consider taking the vaccine.
At the same time, I am not telling anyone to not get the vaccine because I, like Tucker and Ingraham, believe it is a personal choice one way or the other.
When you add in the fact that, according to the “experts,” once you are vaccinated, you are safe, why are they so worried about people that do not want to get vaccinated?
They are putting themselves at risk, not anyone that has already taken the vaccine, right?
Taking all that into consideration, Bash still asked this ridiculous question…
All Bash is doing is painting a target on the head of people that have not taken the vaccine, for any reason, so, if we really wanted to, we could say CNN is “killing people” with these nonsensical stories that clearly have only one purpose… to continue to help push White House talking points.