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Looks like the Biden Administration has
thrown in the towel on boosting vaccination rates.

So much for boosting vaccination rates

Apparently the Biden Administration has thrown in the towel on boosting vaccination rates. Today the White House confirmed that the CDC would be releasing new guidance on indoor mask requirements for certain vaccinated people.

Now, I’m sure the White House doesn’t mean to screw over their own attempts to boost vaccination rates. In fact, I’m certain they have no idea that such a backward step will do so.

Overall, their push to get Americans vaccinated has been plagued with mixed messaging and contradictory statements — not to mention completely insane ideas. So this is probably more a case of par for the course than it is a deliberate decision to give up on getting Americans vaccinated.

For those who remain reticent about getting the vaccine, the CDC’s decision, however limited it might be, is just one more confirmation that getting vaccinated doesn’t make a **** bit of difference.

Back in May when the CDC announced that vaccinated people would no longer have to wear a mask, for a brief time there, the Biden Administration promoted that news in hopes of boosting vaccination rates.

They openly played it up as an enticement to get the unvaccinated to get the shots. Vice President Instagram Model posted a picture of herself (of course) with the message “Get vaccinated or wear a mask until you do.”

They were really hopeful enticing free citizens into believing they would no longer be ordered behind masks was just the ticket for boosting vaccination rates. And now the CDC just pulled the rug out from under them.

Once again, Americans will ask, “What’s the *******’ point of getting vaccinated?!”

The White House can’t blame vaccine hesitancy on “misinformation” on Facebook or Fox News. It’s the administration's constant flip-flops and mixed messaging, along with the breathless, panic-**** peddlers in the media, that are driving this bus.

In fact, I’d lay money that the CDC’s reactionary decision to order some vaccinated Americans back behind masks is motivated more by the constant media hysteria over the less deadly delta variant than anything remotely based on “science.”

Honestly, I cannot understand why a majority of people give Biden high marks for his handling of COVID. He’s been inconsistent as he!!. And more often than not his definitive statements about the virus aren’t just misleading, they’re flat-out false.

Like last week during the sparsely attended “CNN Town Hall” in Ohio. Biden actually said that if you get the vaccine, you can’t contract COVID. That’s not at all true. There have been breakout infections among those who have been vaccinated – including six of those idiot Texas Democrats who went scampering to DC two weeks ago.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1418017801437073411

With messaging this bad, is it any wonder they’re having trouble boosting vaccination rates? Honestly, it doesn’t surprise me in the least.

It also doesn’t surprise me that the White House is trying so **** hard to lay the blame on social media and Republicans. They’ve crapped the sheets so badly, and like Democrats always do, they need to find someone else to blame.

Today’s announcement by the CDC on top of everything else is only adding fuel to the fire.

"I came, I saw, I surrendered"-Joe Biden

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And Republican Gov. Kay Ivey rejects calls for mask mandates, even for unvaccinated kids in public schools, a measure recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics, and now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Ivey says she's done all she can to get the pandemic under control, and is growing frustrated with people who won't get inoculated.

"It's time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks not the regular folks. It's the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down," Ivey told news reporters last Thursday. "These folks are choosing a horrible lifestyle of self-inflicted pain."

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