Trump was booed By Crowd After He Informs Them He Got Booster Shot.
Ex-Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly claims he had to console Donald Trump after a crowd attending their ‘History Tour’ event booed the former President upon revealing he received the COVID booster shot.
Trump appeared with O’Reilly on the final leg of the Dallas, Texas on Sunday.
“Both the president and I are vaxxed,” O’Reilly opened up during a discussion segment with the audience. “Did you get the booster?”
“Yes,” Trump replied.
Members of the audience began yelling at that moment, prompting Trump, whose administration helped manufacture the three COVID vaccines through Operation Warp Speed, to scold those voicing their opinion.
“Don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t… no, no, no,” Trump responded, pointing a finger and waving his hand at the crowd, dismissing the hecklers as “a very tiny group.”
“You’re playing right into their hands when you’re sort of like ‘oh the vaccine,'” he insisted.
Trump Booed For Getting Booster
In an interview with Dan Abrams on NewsNation, O’Reilly claimed Trump was so dismayed by the crowd’s reaction that he called to discuss it after the show.
“I said ‘This is good for you, this is good that people see another side of you, not a political side, you told the truth, you believe in the vax, your administration did it, and you should take credit for it,'” the former Fox star relayed.
“Because it did save, I don’t know, hundreds of thousands of lives.”
O’Reilly added an element that may have explained Trump’s reaction – the political side to being the man who helped deliver vaccines to the American people.
“I’m trying to tell President Trump, run on your record,” he said. “He’s going to run again, all right.”
Biden’s ‘Winter Of Death’
Still, the interaction between Trump and the crowd is a peculiar development. It is a clear indication that running on the vaccine may not be a good bet if he does decide to enter the 2024 presidential race.
Voters are tired of having vaccine mandates thrust upon them, calls for three shots, then four shots, and warnings of a “winter of death.”
No matter who is delivering the message.
From the Trump perspective – if ever there were a poster President for natural immunity, something those on the right seem to acknowledge while their liberal counterparts dismiss, it’d be Trump.
This September, Trump indicated he would likely not receive the booster shot.
“I don’t think so – I really feel I’m in pretty good shape with respect to that. But let’s see what happens,” he said at the time.
He almost immediately backtracked, adding, “If I feel it’s good, if I feel it’s necessary, I would get it.”
Trump handed President Biden three vaccines, a distribution plan, and an array of therapeutics, but Biden has still failed to live up to his promise to “shut down” the virus.
Biden claimed Trump was responsible for coronavirus deaths during the campaign, calling it “utterly disqualifying.”
“Anyone who’s responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America,” he said.
Now, there have tragically been more deaths this year during Biden’s short time in office, and he smiles and walks away when asked about it.
“From a public health standpoint, I’m very pleased that he did say that and come out publicly and say that he has been vaccinated and boosted,” Fauci said.
“But to get booed for saying that just tells you about the extraordinary divisiveness we have going into this public health issue, which should be devoid of divisiveness,” he added.
Cross-posted from The Political Insider
Notes from the Editor
The problem here is that the vaccine has become so politicized that no one knows what to believe. Add to this the conspiracy theories going around, such as there are nanites to tag people, magnetic markers to track, even such radical ideas that vaccinated people will go to camps and be eaten. None of these paranoid ideas help anyone; each has little basis on facts; instead, they are based on fear.
While much of my political belief is built on libertarian ideology, such as the government not forcing vaccines or anything of this type of nature on people, I also believe in looking to science. Here lies the problem: you have many conflicting reports from top scientists in the field many times, yet they are silenced if their findings don’t agree with the popular opinion. This is not scientific-based; science teaches you to question everything. If you have a conflicting determination, then pass it on; let other scientists repeat your findings or experiment, see if they come to the same conclusion.
There is also an issue with some of us who have personal experience with this disease. I lost my wife to Covid; as such, I am not sure that I am a neutral observer, but I have to fall back to my political beliefs. All data should be available to all. Will some make mistakes, they are not qualified to interpret the results? Of course, it is this way with many things, that is why there are experts, who have conflicting findings, but this should not take away our right to access data. In the past, we brought out experts, let them expose the fake claims, or back up the correct ones in other cases.
This is how a free society should function, we look to the data since most of us will not understand it, we then look to experts, look at how they break down the data in layman’s terms, we then come to our own decisions with what is best for us, but this seems to be no longer the case. We are told by Big Tech and the government we don’t have a right to see where findings are questioned, we either comply with their mandates, or we are punished. This does nothing but brings about rebellion; we don’t like to be forced.
Sadly, this is where we are now. Instead of looking to facts, many refuse to comply due to this being forced on us. Instead of bringing experts to disprove conflicting findings, they silence them and then attack anyone who dares question after hearing these people.
Thus we are where we are now. Trump came out and said that he did not believe in Mandates, but he recommended that all Americans take the vaccine; he also encouraged people to get the booster shot – some got upset and booed this. One has to wonder; if you are going to attack someone for doing something they feel is right, how are you any different from the ones you stand against trying to get you to do something you don’t wish to?
Let’s respect the people who wish to be vaccinated and accept others who want not to be, so long as they are not putting people with high-risk factors at risk. With this being said, some of this protection should be done by the unhealthy, who are at risk, not at the expense of those who have little.
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