Watch as Kamala Harris tells a crowd they can only take their masks off if they get vaccinated, otherwise they are a danger to their community:
Kamala Harris is a piece of work.
This is America and we have the freedom, or at least we used to, to make choices about our health without interference or lectures from government officials.
What ever happened to “my body, my choice?”
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Read the entire transcript, it is very enlightening:
HARRIS: “So, the vaccines, let me say it again, are safe. They are safe and they are free. And they are effective. And it is that simple.
If you are vaccinated you are protected. If your community is vaccinated Covid rates in your community will go down.
You know, I got my second shot back in January, and I’m so glad I did. You know, and I — yeah, I felt a little off for few hours the next day. But, after that, I was fine.
Who got — who knows what I’m talking about, right? You know, you felt a little off right after the next day, but then you were fine. And then you knew you’re protected. Then we knew we were protected and what a great feeling that was.
To know that you took the power in your own hands to take care of yourself and your health, and your family’s health. And that’s another part of this; to remind people they have the power to make a decision about their wellbeing, about their personal health.
Nobody can make that decision for you and nobody can take that decision away either.
So, that’s the part of what we have to remind folks. And for those of us who — who got vaccine, we know, you know, look now I can stand here with my mask off and have this conversation with you. And most of you can do the same with me, right? (Applause) And so that’s the trade off. That’s the trade off.
Feeling a few hours of — of — feeling a little under the weather versus risking your life. Risking the life of your loved ones. And I’d say, given that balance is a 100 percent worth it.
So South Carolina, we need you to urge everyone you know to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated. Let everyone know it’s for yourself, it’s for your family, it’s for your community. And if you still have questions about the vaccine, that’s OK, too. We have answers.
You can get all the information you need at vaccines.gov. Yes, I brought a website, vaccines.gov, and you can find a place to get vaccinated. So you look up the locations near you seek and find the place where you can go and get vaccinated.”
ARTICLE SOURCE: thefederalistpapers.org