Rounding up the unclean unvaccinated: What Jimmy Kimmel wants.
Genocide is coming: According to television show host Jimmy Kimmel, people who have not gotten the Wuhan flu shots, whether by choice or medical necessity, should be denied access to health care in hospitals.
“It was not a fun Labor Day weekend COVID-wise,” Kimmel said in his post-holiday monologue. “Dr. Fauci said if hospitals get any more overcrowded they’re going to have to make some very tough choices about who gets an ICU bed.”
He added, “That choice doesn’t seem so tough to me. ‘Vaccinated person having a heart attack? Yes, come right in, we’ll take care of you. Unvaccinated guy who gobbled horse goo? Rest in peace, wheezy.‘” [emphasis mine]
So much for the left’s endless mantra, “Healthcare is a right!” Kimmel is a typical leftist who deep inside is really “a totalitarian screaming to get out.” He now thinks it is okay to treat some humans as subhuman, because they happen to have made some decisions in life he disagrees with.
You can watch the actual video of him saying this at the link. As vile as Kimmel’s remarks might be, I think it more important to listen to the audience reaction. They cheer and clap in enthusiastic support, essentially endorsing Kimmel’s basic message: “It’s okay to kill people who do things we don’t like.”
I always say it is the audience that counts. Kimmel is a loud-mouthed and ignorant person, one of those buffoons who now dominate our culture. However, he is in that position because of the large audience that agrees with him. They give him power, and there are a lot of them. I guarantee you know many, some of whom might be your oldest friends or close relatives. If you show them video of Kimmel’s statement their first thoughtless reaction will likely be, “Hell, yeah!” And even if you point out that such a policy might condemn some of their dearest friends and relatives to death, it is quite likely that they will still shrug and insist those friends and relatives deserve it because they won’t obey the orders of their leftist betters.
That Kimmel still is on television after saying something so odious also illustrates how corrupt and partisan the entertainment industry has become. The management at ABC and Disney, which produces Kimmel’s show, have no problem with such totalitarian ideas. If anything, they are eager for the day they can gather up the unvaccinated (and anyone else who disagrees with them) and send them to concentration camps. That way the pure and noble leftist vaccinated can live in peace.
For free-thinking and freedom-loving Americans, of which fascist thugs like Kimmel and his producers are decidedly not, the challenge now is to remain courageous and refuse to back down. Force them to be thugs. Fight them bluntly and loudly. It will better reveal their evil for all to see.
That now is our only choice, because any compromise will only be used by these leftists to clamp down even harder on our freedoms.
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