Right-wing pastor and conspiracy monger RIck Wiles has a new, utterly deranged theory for his idling flock of devout followers – that COVID-19 vaccines are a genocidal weapon developed to exterminate giant swaths of the global human population.
“I am not going to be vaccinated. I’m going to be one of the survivors. I’m going to survive the genocide,” Wiles proclaimed on last Friday’s edition of his TruNews propaganda broadcast.
“I am not going to allow the COVID maniacs to convince me to be vaccinated or vaccinate me against my will. I know what I’m reading. I know what I’m seeing. There is a mass death campaign underway right now, and I don’t care what people [say], they can they write any article they want to write about me, they can do everything they can to deplatform me. I’m going to survive a global genocide,” Wiles said.
“The only good thing that will come out of this is a lot of stupid people will be killed off, and I say stupid because they’re not using their brain – their God-given brain – to make a decision for their own good,” added Wiles, who was incensed over a woman who still supported vaccinations after suffering from two strokes as a side effect.
Those sorts of complications, while rare, do not detract from the vaccine’s efficacy. Patients should consult with their doctors to determine which shot or shots suits them best.
“That’s a level of stupidity I can’t even comprehend,” Wiles seethed in anger at the concept of objective reasoning. “Honestly, that’s just so stupid, I don’t even know what to say about it. I don’t have words to describe that level of stupidity. So, if the vaccine wipes out a lot of stupid people, well, we’ll have a better world.”
Instead of receiving an inoculation, the Almighty will protect him and others from the plague, Wiles insisted.
I’m going to survive. I’m going to survive by God’s grace; by his will, I’m going to survive the genocide,” he said.
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