A new poll finds that vaccinated Americans are far more likely to permanently sever relationships with friends over their opinion on the COVID-19 jab than those who haven’t been vaccinated.
According to the OnePoll survey, 14 per cent of Americans who have been vaccinated have axed a friend from their life due to a difference of opinion on the issue.
“Of those who ended a friendship, 66 percent are vaccinated and 17 percent don’t ever plan to receive the shot,” reports Study Finds. “Fourteen percent of vaccinated respondents — about 1 in 7 — say they parted ways with friends who didn’t want to get the vaccine.”
In other words, those who are most submissive to peer pressure when it comes to taking the shot are also the most intolerant of those who exercise their bodily autonomy in declining to get jabbed.
This once again underscores how those who routinely preach about how compassionate and caring they are about other people are in fact ruthlessly intolerant of anyone who doesn’t agree with them, to the point of destroying entire friendships.
97 per cent of vaccinated people who dumped their friends considered their ex-buddies to be “full-blown anti-vaxxers,” a term weaponized by the media to smear anyone who has concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine.
However the fact remains; Discouraging people from taking a vaccine is infinitely less malevolent than forcing people to take a vaccine against their will.
America now faces that reckoning with Biden’s plan to impose federal vaccine mandates on every company that employs over 100 people.
Expect many more relationships to crash and burn thanks to the latest wedge issue that has been weaponized by the system to divide and conquer the masses.
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French President Emmanuel Macron Says Someone Who Refuses COVID Vaccine Is ‘Not a Citizen’
French president Macron’s desire to ‘piss off’ unvaccinated individuals triggers outrage
Macron spoke candidly during an interview with French newspaper Le Parisien, during which he said that he wanted to make life difficult for individuals who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine. The French “sanitary pass” has prompted a number of protests and stiff opposition while the country nears 75% full vaccination.
“I really want to piss them off, and we’ll carry on doing this – to the end,” Macron said three months ahead of a presidential election. “I won’t send [unvaccinated people] to prison, so we need to tell them, from 15 January, you will no longer be able to go to the restaurant. You will no longer be able to go for a coffee, you will no longer be able to go to the theatre. You will no longer be able to go to the cinema.”
The French Parliament heard Macron’s comments during a debate over his proposed bill to tighten restrictions for unvaccinated individuals, leading to a swift and strong uproar in response.
His opponents have labeled the comments “unworthy” of a president.
“Even if one doesn’t share their choice, they have broken none of our country’s laws,” Marine Le Pen, Macron’s chief opponent in the upcoming election, told reporters late Tuesday. “He is continuing his policy of division, of pitting the French against one another.”
She later tweeted “A president shouldn’t say that…Emmanuel Macron is unworthy of his office.”
Leftist politician Jean-Luc Melanchon described the remarks as an “astonishing confession,” according to the BBC.
But Macron’s allies have defended the comments, with Stéphane Séjourné, a member of the European Parliament, arguing on Twitter that unvaccinated individuals have “bothered” the French by “forcing the rest of the population to endure restrictions.”
Debate over Macron’s bill continue into Wednesday as opponents still seek to delay its passage. Some of his supporters claimed to have received death threats because they are backing the legislation, The New York Times reported.
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