Vaccinated people are the worst. And I say this as a vaccinated person…any chance I can have the juice removed?
The old joke is that a vegan, a cross-fitter, and an atheist walk into a bar…how do you know who’s who?…wait 5 seconds they’ll all tell you…because they can’t help themselves from bragging about how great they are. Covid Vaccinated people have jumped that line and become even more annoying as if anyone thought that was possible.
Never mind the social media posts of idiots bragging that they got the shot or posting their vax cards….that’s nothing compared to the outlandish, idiotic, and uneducated attitudes of the vaxxed.
To be clear, my wife and I got the jab for a couple of simple reasons; we saw what was coming as it relates to mandates, and after 12 years in the army, believe it or not, I’m not the most concerning thing that has been injected into my wife, and that’s saying something. So, we decided to take the plunge together…I mean seriously, if you’re married and can’t agree on getting the same thing put into your bodies, why are you married? We didn’t get the vaccine because either one of us is concerned about the dreaded virus. As it stands right now, as of the CDC report Friday, October 8, 2021, if you’re under the age of 70, you have a 99.95% likelihood of survival if you contract covid, vaccinated or not. These are facts, as reported by the government that few people trust these days, so do the math. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-data/investigations-discovery/hospitalization-death-by-age.html
And I admit that it was, in fact, liberating for a moment, especially a month after we got jabbed when the CDC said that vaccinated people could rip off their masks in perpetuity! How liberating! No more face coverings (which, for the record, my wife and I weren’t wearing anyway, but that’s for another time…)
And then…nope. We’re going to literally make up junk science as we go and say that vaccinated people need to wear masks.
Wait…what? If the vaccine works (and it does), why do I need to wear a mask? If I get a breakthrough case (as will happen with 1% of all vaccinated people for all diseases on average) almost nothing will happen to me. In fact, there’s a .0003% chance I’ll wind up in the hospital if I even contract Covid after vaccination. To put that in perspective, your chance of dying from a lightning strike is .0007 percent, and your chance of dying from a seasonal flu is 0.1 percent. If you’re vaccinated, you have a much greater chance of dying from a hornet, wasp or bee string, a dog attack, a car crash, drowning, sunstroke, or choking on food than you do of dying from covid-19. So why are you telling me to wear a mask? To protect other people? Put bluntly…fuck them. They have access to the vaccine, if they choose not to get it, that’s on them, not to mention that vaccinated people don’t carry the same viral load as the unvaccinated if we do get infected, and oh, let’s not gloss over the fact that masks are meaningless, as professed and admitted to by no less than Dr. Michael Osterholm. https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-251-viral/fact-check-study-did-not-find-vaccinated-healthcare-workers-carry-251-times-the-viral-load-of-those-who-were-unvaccinated-idUSL1N2PX1HH
Unless you’re wearing an N-95 mask (which fewer than 10% of Americans are) you’re not doing a damn thing to protect yourself or anyone else. Sorry kids, but you can’t scream “SCIENCE,” and then only follow the science that you like. https://www.foxnews.com/media/biden-covid-adviser-americans-need-to-wear-n95-masks
But, I digress…
Let’s go back to the beginning…most people who got the vaccine early on, did so to protect themselves…and, without a doubt, the vaccine works. I can’t deal with those of you who claim it doesn’t, you’re beyond helpable…those of you who remain hesitant because you’re uneasy or unsure about the “newness” of the vaccine, I sympathize with. You’re completely misinformed, uneducated, and beyond stupid, but I still sympathize. After all, you’ve been lied to by plenty of people and you’re clearly incapable of doing your own research to prove that the vaccine itself has been in development since 2003. https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/Coronavirus/Community_Resources/Vaccinations/Print-Materials/Fact-Sheets/Development_English.pdf
Those of you who argue the “long term effects,” have the winning argument because, after all, there’s no rebuttal. This is why the climate change fear mongering works so well; demand something horrible will happen years in the future and scaring the living hell out of everyone with absolutely no proof whatsoever and how is anyone to argue that? We all just get to sit here and wait for me to grow a third arm until I don’t.
Either way, those of us who are vaccinated should be the most egotistical, arrogant, cocky, confident sons-of-bitches on the planet because we’ve got this thing licked. And yet survey after survey shows that vaccinated people aren’t willing to be around unvaccinated people…HUH? WHAT? There is literally no sense to any of this, and that’s why vaccinated people are the worst. They proudly proclaim that they’ve done the right thing for society, and yet they entirely dismiss centuries of science and months of provable data that refutes any reason for any vaccinated person to be at all concerned about Covid moving forward. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9975083/Fully-vaccinated-Americans-one-13-000-chance-severe-breakthrough-COVID-case.html
I hate vaccinated people. We all suck. We should have just let the virus wipe out whatever percentage of the population it was going to and move forward from there. Stop bragging about being “vaxxed and relaxed,” and let people live their lives. Between vaccinations and infections, we’re beyond herd immunity and it’s time to stop all of this. You’re no hero for getting vaccinated; you’re either old, immune-compromised, coerced or a god damn lemming. That’s who we are; the vaccinated are a bunch of weaklings who have gone along to get along. Own it; that’s why my wife and I got the shot, just admit why you did; if you’re 90 years old like my father, you absolutely should have gotten the shot, but don’t act like you’re Iron Man. You’re not. You did what you needed to do to protect yourself. And stop with the “greater good argument,” the minute I see any of you on the Southern border stopping the 2 million non-tested, non-vaccinated immigrants from entering this country, I’ll be the first to applaud. I won’t hold my breath.