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MSNBC Host Freaks Out After Being Denied Indoor Service Because His Four-Year-Old Was Not Vaxxed

MSNBC Host Freaks Out After Being Denied Indoor Service Because His Four-Year-Old Was Not Vaxxed

“I couldn’t even get my 4 year old vaccinated if I wanted. Everyone else with me was vaxxed and boosted.”

There will come a tipping point, as there always is, with the arbitrary and overly expansive tyrannical measures put in place to combat the Wuhan coronavirus.

Two years of data supports Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ approach to protect the most vulnerable and to treat patients as quickly and efficiently as possible. No masks, no lockdowns, no nothing but targeted prevention and treatment to the most vulnerable.

Meanwhile, other states that have been in restrictive, tyrannical lockdown mode—requiring masks, vax “passports,” and social distancing—are currently seeing far higher cases than Free Florida. Not that you’ll hear this from the mainstream #FakeNews media, of course.

But what happens when an MSNBC host—a leftie of the highest leftie prestige and pedigree—is confronted with, and enraged by, the illiberal illogical Rona lunacy?

My favorite part is when this super-vaxxed and -boosted MSNBC host notes that he’s totally a granny killer and stuff because the vaccines are not actually vaccines (archive link).

He gets it.  Two years in, but he finally gets it.

Will this finally blow the top off the crazy?  I doubt it, but the COVID crazy train is going to derail soon.

After all, when you’ve lost leftie MSNBC hosts . . . .


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2smartforlibs | January 5, 2022 at 5:20 pm

The kid is the safest and sanest of the lot.

Colonel Travis | January 5, 2022 at 5:22 pm

When he goes just as apeshit over the rest of the nonsense out there, I’ll believe he gets it. Right now, it only matters because it’s his daughter. Did he ever throw virtual furniture over anyone else’s kid? Schools? Masks? Lockdowns? Vaccines? I’m gonna guess no and he never will.

What science, data, or public healthy policy or guideline is this grounded in?

“There is no real direction here, neither lines of power nor cooperation. Decisions are never really made – at best they manage to emerge, from a chaos of peeves, whims, hallucinations and all around assholery.

The MSM, Democrats, and academics (BIRM) have to backpedal now — the data on Omicron from Israel and South Africa can’t be kept under wraps.

Let’s be clear; we’re not South Africa and we do have a hospitalization surge right now (certainly in Chicago). But we don’t have a death surge. Omicron is going to blow through and then we just might be done. The MSM isn’t going to be able to use the next variant to scare us.

So much like a polling operation whose last poll the day before the election comes back to reality, the MSM has to begin to acknowledge that the ‘rona is about done. That’s why Ayman wasn’t immediately banned from Twitter for “misinformation”.

    Dathurtz in reply to stevewhitemd. | January 5, 2022 at 7:36 pm

    Of course they can. Every thinking person has known what’s up ever since “with or from” happened. The sheep will continue to baaaaa.

    ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to stevewhitemd. | January 6, 2022 at 4:25 am

    and we do have a hospitalization surge right now (certainly in Chicago)

    Just to that point (which politicians love to drone on about) … so what? Hospitals are not public property. Hospitals do not belong to the government. People pay for their own health care (through our health insurance – and I certainly pay far more than my share for the shitty health insurance I have). It is not the government’s job to determine hospital capacity or who gets treated. Those who pay should get treated. In the event of an emergency – a real emergency, where hospitals are out of beds – then the government(s) can move in by setting up temporary hospitals, like Trump did (even though they went totally unused).

    This point where politicians talk about hospitals and beds running out, as if the government owned the hospitals, really ticks me off to no end.

    Sorry. Pet peeve of mine. … One of them, at least 🙂

      “It is not the government’s job to determine hospital capacity”

      But they do… by issuing certificates indicating that so much amount of health care is needed in a certain geographical region. If you don’t get a certificate saying the government allows you to add more capacity, then… the government doesn’t allow you to add that capacity, regardless of the fact that you’re “private.”

You mean the same journalist that called Chris Kyle a racist murderer while celebrating his death? The one that interviewed and supported both Fauci and Pelosi on the COVID lockdowns? I wouldn’t care what happened to him.

Pasadena Peabody | January 5, 2022 at 5:41 pm

Used to having his own way, a spoiled and pampered MSNBC host complains loudly when he is inconvenienced. He now has a grudge and attempts to discredit those who “wronged” him. I hope it backfires bigly and the restaurant gets even more business as a result.

Aw. Thoughts and prayers, Ayman.
And put your goddamn mask on.

He votes Democrat, he voted for B, so now he is getting what he asked for

I applaud that restaurant for doing its civic duty.

That 4 year old is a walking time Bomb, a super spreader in deed!

Until she is vaxed, he should keep her locked in her room – that’s how much a threat she is to the rest of us . He needs to spend more time convincing her to take the vaccine.

(Transcript from the Fauci-Files)

The restaurant followed the precautionary principle to remain at the forefront of evolving… fluid science, policy, and viable legal indemnity.

They should have denied access to the therapeutically jabbed, who are probable silent spreaders.

    Char Char Binks in reply to n.n. | January 7, 2022 at 10:22 am

    Almost everyone I work with is jabbed, which is probably why I got Covid. Thanks, Fauci! Thanks, Biden! And while we’re at it, thanks, Trump!

Welcome to the party, pal.

Who cares? The idiot got what he voted for.

What bothered me was that they were fine with traveling with all their papers: notes from a Doc, vaxports,,, all kinds of stuff. I have no sympathy, none. Dmn branch covidians.

Let’s see: Restaurants have less seating indoors now, so inside is primo space. A restaurant will put the ixnay on seating kids indoors, for many reasons: kids can be noisy and unpredictable, take longer to eat, and will spend less. Restaurants will want to seat families with kids in the less-desired outdoors seating.

Restaurants will prioritize indoors seating for smaller parties of adults who will spend more, eat faster, not run around and hit each other, not scream with an ear-piercing shriek – but rather eat, and get the hell out of there.

So if the kid isn’t vaccinated, oh, good! Ship ‘em out!

Okay, so pretty much everyone is now in agreement that these are not vaccines. Yet, everyone keeps referring to them as vaccines and being vaccinated and so on. Isn’t that a big part of the problem? It’s like when we caved to not calling Muslim terrorists “Muslim terrorists”. Or caved to not calling the Wuhan flu “the Wuhan flu”. Hello? Is this thing on?

How about we start calling them “poison pokes” or “mystery jabs”, or at least something that is not a misnomer? Or maybe we should just start calling everything what it is not? You know, for clarity.

Char Char Binks | January 7, 2022 at 10:19 am

It’s a shame he procreated.

The vile Dhimmi-crat narcissists are so utterly despicable. These idiots don’t give a damn about their obnoxious totalitarianism and their moronic diktats, until they’re personally inconvenienced by them. Then, they manage to get outraged, experiencing the lunacy and idiocy that the proletariat rabble and peasants deal with on a daily basis.