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Chuck Todd’s Phony Outrage – Satire

The biggest self-righteous phony on American television, Chuck Todd, almost broke down in tears telling you that he takes vaccines very seriously.  So seriously, in fact, that he wants you to go after your unvaccinated friends and save their lives.

“If you know someone who is not vaccinated find a way to convince them to get vaccinated.”

And he has some choice words for those concerned about the safety of the vaccines.

“And for those who spread this misinformation, shame on you!   People are needlessly dying because some of you are spreading this misinformation!  I don’t know how you sleep at night!”

I wonder who Chuck means by “those who spread misinformation.”

  • Could it be his favorite President Joe Biden saying that “he doesn’t’ trust Donald Trump and American people can’t either?”
  • Or, perhaps, it is the gift to America that is Kamala Harris saying that “If Donald Trump tells me to take it, I am not taking it?”
  • Or, maybe, Chuck is talking about America’s most prolific serial killer, moonlighting as the Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, saying: “I am not that confident” in the vaccine, and “the American people should be skeptical.”
  • Or, perchance, Chuck is reprimanding the most incompetent Governor in the US, to be recalled in September, Gavin Newsom, who said he would not even allow his loyal subjects to get the vaccine without the state approval?

Which one of these people, who were spreading mistrust and misinformation about the Covid vaccines before the vaccines even came out, for their own political gain, is Chuck Todd talking to?

None of them.  Chuck Todd’s day job is virtue signaling to his own liberal crew to let them know how much he cares.  And nobody does it better.

 RWR original article syndication source.


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