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Joe Scarborough: The Anti-Vaccination Push is Making Dumb People Insane [VIDEO]

Since Americans started getting vaccinated a few months back, the way the pandemic is affecting the country has changed. As the White House said last week, this is now a pandemic of the unvaccinated.

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And the efficacy of the vaccines is clear. Things are going well in blue states where many are vaccinated, though there are still issues with the delta variant. In red states, where far fewer people have gotten their shot, cases are surging. Still, many are refusing to get inoculated. Joe Scarborough took the anti-vaccine pushers to task during his Monday show.

The MSNBC host explained:

“You hear people talking about vaccine mandates as if — again we had the Nazi analogy, every other crazy analogy, they’re going to take away our Bibles. I’m curious of the 300 or so million Americans who got five or six vaccines before they went to kindergarten, did their parents have to trade in their Bibles before their vaccines, did they have to trade in Bibles when they were required, if they wanted to get a public education, to get vaccine for the mumps for polio, for diphtheria — I can name, five, six, seven.”

Scarborough continued, “You hear people talking about vaccine mandates as if — again we had the Nazi analogy, every other crazy analogy, they’re going to take away our Bibles. I’m curious of the 300 or so million Americans who got five or six vaccines before they went to kindergarten, did their parents have to trade in their Bibles before their vaccines, did they have to trade in Bibles when they were required, if they wanted to get a public education, to get vaccine for the mumps for polio, for diphtheria — I can name, five, six, seven.”

Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of MSNBC:



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