White House reporters had the nerve to ask why there were no doctors at the podium. Well, because they do not ask serious questions. The entire briefing is probative.
Reporters: Stop asking silly questions!
The mainstream media's dereliction of duty is partly responsible for much of America's political cesspool. Reporters have become imitators of the those who seem to be the most outrageous.
The mainstream media gave Donald Trump viability and plausibility. It made him president. If he was covered for the deviant he was, then our socio-political decay would be less pronounced. Hell, we likely would have continued the recovery to humaneness and sanity.
And then there was the pandemic. Had the media excoriated the performance of the Trump administration as a complete failure by reporting accordingly, more people would have worn masks to prevent the worse. More people would have used the vaccines.
This White House news briefing is a classic example. A reporter who is generally accepted as a good one asked a rather uninformed question. She asked why the doctors were not at the podium at the briefing. Well, as Karine Jean Pierre reminded her, they were a constant at all their outlets, and, as well, the president gave a 30-minute update and more.
The reporter then asked White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre if the president regretted or had erred in telling Americans that they could enjoy maskless July 4th if they were vaccinated. These are the same reporters that were castigating the President for not rewarding vaccine takers with mask removal.
A second reporter complained that reporters are asked to take the experts' word because they say so. Really? These are the experts. Whose words should one take? The circular idiocy from reporters at the White House requires other trusted sources to interpret these events. As I mentioned in a previous post, all reporters should be putting out the following message. No more questions will change that reality.
The vaccine is safe as millions worldwide and in America have taken it without issues of consequence. If all Americans get vaccinated, the virus will burn out because it does not have a host to replicate in. The unvaccinated prevent that burnout and, in fact, causes replication and mutation. The mutation requires a behavior change and, as such, a change in guidelines. The vaccinated, while still protected, can spread the virus. If we want stasis in guidelines, then everyone should get vaccinated. The unvaccinated ensure that the lives of all are uncomfortable.
It is that clear!
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