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WATCH: “They’ll Get A Shot Of Their Own,” Stew Peters Threatens, If Health Workers Try To Vaccinate His Family

WATCH: “They’ll Get A Shot Of Their Own,” Stew Peters Threatens, If Health Workers Try To Vaccinate His Family

Stew Peters and DeAnna Lorraine (along with some other right-wing media personalities) have worked up an elaborate fantasy in which they suppose health-care workers will show up at their doors and use physical force to get them (and their families) vaccinated. They propose some pretty extreme responses.

HINES, ILLINOIS – SEPTEMBER 24: Lalain Reyeg administers a COVID-19 booster vaccine and an influenza vaccine to Army veteran Gary Nasakaitis at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital on September 24, 2021 in Hines, Illinois. Today, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky endorsed a booster shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for people 65 years and older, those with underlying medical conditions or those who work in high-risk situations. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

When President Joe Biden began discussing community-by-community outreach to get individuals vaccinated, it was immediately spun by some into a story of government workers knocking on doors and demanding to see proof of vaccination, stripping the noncompliant of their Constitutional rights, and perhaps even using physical force to get vaccines in arms. This, of course, was not the plan.

In the clip below, Peters and Lorraine discuss what they’d do if this ever happened, and Peters promises that anyone who tries to vaccinate his family will get “a shot of their own.”

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Right Wing Watch notes that if such an incident happened — someone using violence against a health care worker over vaccination — it would be a “false flag,” not an actual event.

However, the truth is, we’ve already seen physical violence over COVID-19 vaccination, even without getting to Peters’ made-up dystopia. USA Today reported last week on an incident in Canada, in which an angry man entered a pharmacy, where he punched a nurse in the face repeatedly, because he believed she had administered a COVID-19 vaccine to his wife without his permission. He then left, without ever identifying himself or his wife, or waiting for an answer about whether his wife was even vaccinated at that location or by that nurse. The nurse was transported for medical care.

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