Ice Cube: now an unclean non-person
Original photo by Adam Bielawski
They’re coming for you next: Actor and rapper Icecube, who has throughout his career been linked to leftist and pro-black racial causes, has pulled out as one of the leads of a Sony film because he refuses to comply with the film company’s COVID shot mandate.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, which broke the story,
Ice Cube has departed Sony’s upcoming comedy, Oh Hell No, in which he would’ve co-starred with Jack Black, after declining a request from producers to get vaccinated, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Apparently this decision has cost him a $9 million check.
The first link above notes this important point about Ice Cube:
Ice Cube has not commented publicly on the COVID vaccination. But before blue-checks call him a “COVID denier” or something, remember that Ice Cube advocated strongly for masking during the height of the pandemic.
Remember, you must agree with those in power in all things, no matter how nonsensical or arbitrary or irrational. No dissent will be allowed. Nor do they care if you have agreed with them in most things. You will get the jab, whether you like it or not, because they say so!
Note too that I have decided to stop calling the various COVID shots “vaccines”. They are not. Vaccines have, until the Wuhan panic, traditionally been defined as a treatment that will “prevent” the disease by providing immunity. None of the COVID shots do this. They might provide some protection so that most who get it will no longer get as sick with this coronavirus, but they clearly do not prevent the disease, nor provide full immunity.
Instead, these COVID shots are more comparable to the flu shots that have been offered for decades, designed to lower the risks attributed to the virus. This is a good thing, but to call it a vaccine is to either devalue the meaning of the word, or to exaggerate the value of the COVID shots. I will no longer do either.
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