MSNBC’s wackiest whack job, Joy Reid, recently claimed—on air—that Fox News “doesn’’t care” if its “viewers and fans” die. She came to this conclusion because Tucker Carlson and several other Fox personalities are not in favor of government-mandated forced insertion of an experimental gene therapy into citizens’ bodies. She added, “They don’t give a damn” and said all Fox cares about are “clicks.” As usual, Reid did not quite think this one through. If a company’s patrons die off, it is generally not good for business. If Fox’ viewers and fans died, it would get far fewer “clicks,” Joy. Maybe lay off the magic mushrooms for a while.
Not to be outdone, CNN political commentator Ana Navarro-Cárdenas recently tweeted: “Unless you have a LEGITIMATE medical reason, if you’re not vaccinated, I don’t want to see you, talk to you, work w/you, socialize w/you or know you. It’s enough. Your ‘personal freedom’ is holding the rest of us hostage. It’s selfish and stupid.” She sounds like quite a gal. Tolerant, open-minded, inclusive, loving. All the things liberals claim to embrace. She doesn’t even want to know anyone who hasn’t submitted to rank government coercion over their own bodies? That’s good for the rest of us, I guess. (Bet she’s a big proponent of “Our bodies, our choice” when it comes to abortion, however.) One’s “personal freedom,” i.e. natural right to sovereignty over one’s own body as granted by the Creator and imbued in our founding documents, is the only thing that keeps people from being arbitrarily imprisoned or executed at the whims of dictators and tyrannical governments. Deeming those precious individual freedoms “selfish” is the single most preposterously selfish mindset one could have. Navarro-Cárdenas, like Reid, is a hypocrite of the highest order, a self-important wannabe tyrant—and utterly repulsive.
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