Omicron-Specific Vaccines, and the Push for More Madness
At what point do we push back against the incessant need to vaccinate, especially in the wake of Omicron?
I don’t think anyone would argue that the COVID vaccine rollout has ever been a clean endeavor. From the beginning the vaccines have been rife with controversy, even starting with the initial rollout where social justice ideology seemed to have been used to dictate who would be allowed to get the first vaccines.
A few months later we found that these vaccines may not be as “safe and effective” as they appear, and the widespread, mainstream media narrative attempted to shut down any dissenting opinion on that matter.
Take into account that these vaccines came out right when a new variant, Delta at the time, became the most prevalent variant, and we can see how contrived these vaccination campaigns are when we have to wish for the adequacy of a vaccine that targeted a no longer circulating strain of the virus.
That takes us to now, where all across Canada truckers are protesting the push for vaccine mandates.
It provides an image of hope that these tyrannical policies will eventually change, but the doubling down by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau highlights the fact that many of these policies and evocations of “science” are extremely antiquated in the wake of Omicron, and unfortunately are continuing to be pushed.