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Lin Wood Has Finally Concocted A Conspiracy Theory To Explain Donald Trump’s Vaccine Boasts

Lin Wood Has Finally Concocted A Conspiracy Theory To Explain Donald Trump’s Vaccine Boasts

The cognitive dissonance necessary to balance an anti-vax belief system with the hyperloyalty that Donald Trump demands from his fans is incredible. Over recent months, many public figures have been forced to find one way or another to deal with the fact that Donald Trump is boasting about his role in the production of COVID-19 vaccines, when they themselves have been pushing anti-vax narratives. Some of the former president’s most loyal supporters have even criticized him for promoting vaccination.

WASHINGTON, DC – DECEMBER 08: US President Donald Trump greets the crowd before he leaves at the Operation Warp Speed Vaccine Summit on December 08, 2020 in Washington, DC. The president signed an executive order stating the US would provide vaccines to Americans before aiding other nations. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

For Lin Wood, reconciling Trump’s vaccine push involves deciding that God is using the vaccines as a convenient tool to kill off liberals, while protecting His (according to Lin) chosen people.

This clip, barely more than a minute long, takes an incredible number of twists, even passing through a question of free will and determinism, but ultimately, Wood decides the vaccines are “an act of evil that’s gonna be used by God to do good,” because “Who’s taking that vaccine? All the liberals.”

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He goes on to claim that 1 in 3 people will die from the innoculation, and to suggest that naturally, this will affect liberals more. “There will be some good people who go, but God will protect his children.”

All of this Wood produces to answer his own initial question: “Why is Trump pushing the vaccine? That’s the big question on everybody’s mind. Trump’s not a vaccine guy.”

Wood has one thing right. There are definitely a lot of Trump supporters who are trying to figure out why their favorite candidate would push the vaccine, when he has expressed distrust in vaccines, and has downplayed the severity of the pandemic.

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