In a gross violation of medical privacy, CNN Fake News host Dana Bash had the gall, on Sunday, to ask newly-elected Winsome Sears, the first black female Lieutenant Governor in Virginia history, whether she had taken the risky and sometimes ineffective Covid “vaccine” (page down to go directly to video), an experimental shot that does not stop the spread of the Covid virus, does not stop infection by the virus, and an injection that sometimes has deadly side effects (ask Hank Aaron, Marvin Hagler).
Sears’s answer seemed to shock Bash, who badly needed a lesson about the “slippery slopes” of medical tyranny:
“As I said, America, if it’s nothing else, it’s about liberty. It’s about being able to live your life free from the government telling you what to do.
And so, we understand this thing about slippery slopes. The minute that I start telling you about my vaccine status, we’re gonna to be down the bottom of the mountain trying to figure out how we got there because now you want to know what’s in my DNA. You’re going to want to know this, that, and the other.
In New York, you see, we have people, waiters,! waiters! asking people their vaccination status. And, by the way, do you know what else they require? A photo I.D. to determine if this vaccine card you’re presenting is really you.
Who are we fooling? Come on.
Let’s say you get the vaccine. Go ahead and get the vaccine. If that’s what you want to do, get the vaccine. Don’t force it on anybody else. We know — and, by the way, media, they’re not telling us that people are suffering as a result of getting the vaccine, that they have all kinds of problems.
I understand it might be the minuscule. But when you’re the one out of 30,000 that gets it, it’s important to you. So we need to tell the good, the bad, and the ugly about the vaccine.”
Beautiful job by Winsome Sears and going on CNN Fake News to spread the word makes this clip even more delicious for American patriots who still believe in freedom. Kudos for the subtle, yet powerful jab at the Democrats’ hatred towards voter ID laws.