New Poll Pokes Holes in Liberal’s Claim It’s Republicans Who Are Vaccine Hesitant

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The liberal media has done its best lately to paint Republicans anti-science and anti-vaccine monsters who are selfishly letting COVID-19 run rampant. Democrats have claimed that it must be Trump supporters that are still hesitant to get the vaccine for a virus that has an overwhelming survivability rate however, that’s just not true.

According to Townhall:

And to feed the moral superiority complex of liberal America and coastal snobs, they peddle a fake narrative about how vaccine hesitancy is only with Republicans and maybe the religious. Remember, liberals are learned, people. They don’t believe in God. They’re smarter. Yeah, and then Kaiser dropped this nuke, which surprisingly CNN covered [emphasis mine]

A lot of attention has been spent on Republicans being the problem, leading to calls for former President Donald Trump to address the group.

A look at the data reveals that the vaccine hesitant group, however, are not big Trump lovers. They’re actually likely not to be Republican. Instead, many of them are people who are detached from the political process and didn’t vote for either major candidate in 2020.

The most recent Kaiser poll helps illustrate that the vaccine hesitant group doesn’t really lean Republican. Just 20% of the group called themselves Republican with an additional 19% being independents who leaned Republican. The clear majority (61%) were not Republicans (41% said they were Democrats or Democratic leaning independents and 20% were either pure independents or undesignated).

Let’s not forget the many Democrats who sparked vaccinate hesitancy while Trump was in office and he was touting the success of Operation Warp Speed.

The jig is up, it’s time for the liberal media to stop trying to turn Americans on their own neighbors over their personal choice whether to receive the vaccine or not. Will the liberal media stop peddling the incessant lies? Probably not.



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Flying High
Flying High
4 months ago

There is more to it than believing in God. According to the Bible God sent His only Son into the world to die for our sins. Thus we have to confess our sins to Jesus and ask Him to come into our heart and life. So just believing in God is the easy part, the Devil or Satan believes in God but will not confess that He Satan is a sinner. Thus he will burn in Hell for ever and ever throughout eternity. So will any human who doesn’t confess they are sinners and ask Jesus into their heart and live for Him.

Annie Oakley
Annie Oakley
4 months ago
Reply to  Flying High

I’m 90% sure, that satan is a demo! So,demonicRATS, change your ways, repent, and accept our Lord in your heart and life, OR BURN! Your choice!

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Jawad
Jawad
4 months ago

The vaccine is not yet thoroughly tested for long-term safety and efficacy NOR approved by FDA. Therefore all who take it are generously volunteering as human subjects quite analogous to guinea pigs. Information is also now coming to light about the untoward adverse effects attributable to the vaccine, which the Government is not disclosing, perhaps even sweeping under the carpet. As these ill effects become known, it does not enhance one’s confidence in Big Government, Doubting or even questioning the vaccine is not a function of political persuasion.Of course, the Democrat by definition tends to exhibit blind faith in Mega Government, so it stands to reason that more Democrats will accept the vaccine if Government mandates it.

Song
4 months ago

The new surge WAS caused by the Dems because they let the illegals flood in and sent them, in significant numbers throughout middle America to spread the contagion. Thanx old man.

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