They Don’t Just Super-Spread Social Toxicity Anymore

After 18 months of warning about “superspreaders” that never panned out, Democrats – in this case, the Texas Fleebaggers – finally put their money where their gaping, unmasked-on-airplanes mouths are:

On Tuesday, Axios reported that an aide to the speaker and a White House official tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a rooftop reception to honor the fugitive lawmakers. Both individuals were fully vaccinated, although a White House official downplayed the staffer’s illness.

“Yesterday, a fully-vaccinated senior spokesperson in the Speaker’s press office tested positive for COVID after contact with members of the Texas state legislature last week,” said Drew Hammier, deputy chief of staff to Pelosi.

The group of 50 Texas Democrats flouted federal regulations implemented by President Biden that require passengers on privately charted planes to wear masks for the duration of a flight. As of publication, no legal action has been taken against them, even though the Centers for Disease Control issued explicit warnings about not wearing masks. The Federal Aviation Administration did not respond to requests for comment from the Washington Free Beacon.

Since their arrival in Washington, D.C., six of the Texas Democrats have tested positive for COVID-19. The whereabouts of the Texas Democrats are unknown, and the public does not know how many people they infected during their trip to the nation’s capital. Texas state representative Gene Wu, a prominent member of the group who has shared news articles on Twitter about coronavirus strains entering the country while on the lam, did not respond to a request for comment.

Of course, their mission – gundeck the election reforms via foul means in a way they could never do via fair – remains accomplished.

Call it “divine retribution”.

20 thoughts on “They Don’t Just Super-Spread Social Toxicity Anymore

  1. A web search shows that 56 Dem legislators fled TX. So if six of them have covid, that is more than 10%. Not exactly a great ad for getting the jab, is it?

  2. Glad they were vaccinated. They should be protected from the worst of the disease. Unlike all those who refuse vaccination.

    Virtually no one who is vaccinated has died and 98% of those in hospitals are unvaccinated.

  3. Emery if I understand you correctly, the Delta Variant only infects vaccinated people? No room for speculation there.

  4. I find it interesting how Republicans are doing a complete about face with vaccines. Turns out being anti-vaccine didn’t poll well and midterms are next year so they shifted gears.

    Suddenly they’re pushing people to get vaccinated not because they actually care about saving lives, but because they fear getting blamed for a surge in infections.

    Amazing it’s taken 18 months for Republicans to realize that hospitalizing and killing your strongest supporters is not the epitome of political smarts.

  5. The ‘vaccine’ is not a ‘vaccine’ it’s merely a ‘counter-measure.’
    The virus the ‘vaccine’ counters isn’t caught by most people.
    The symptoms the ‘vaccine’ counters aren’t severe for most people.
    The ‘vaccine’ will not prevent you from catching the virus.
    The ‘vaccine’ will not prevent you from spreading the virus.
    The ‘vaccine’ may reduce your symptoms when you get a breakthrough case but . . .
    The ‘vaccine’ will not save your life if you’re old and sick already.
    The ‘vaccine’ may cause heart attack, infertility and miscarriage and those are only the side effects we know of because the ‘vaccine’ is so new and has been in use such a short time.
    The people insisting on the ‘vaccine’ were wrong about the surge of cases; the overwhelming of hospitals; the effectiveness of masks, social distancing and lock-downs; and they lied about the origin of the virus.

    The severity of my symptoms is none of the government’s business.
    I don’t trust a word they say.
    I’m not a lab rat to test an experimental counter-measure.
    You go ahead and get the ‘vaccine,’ I’ll take my chances.

  6. “Yesterday, a fully-vaccinated senior spokesperson in the Speaker’s press office tested positive for COVID after contact with members of the Texas state legislature last week,”

    So, every time I see this, and then somebody says but polio! but mumps! but TB! – SHOW ME WHERE THOSE VACCINATED PEOPLE EVER CONTRACTED THAT DISEASE AFTER VACCINATION? Fuck, vaxxers are sooooo stupid!

    In the meantime, deaths from vaccine and complications are piling higher than death toll from Wuhan Flu, whatever the fuck variant. Gov’t in Lisbon already officially fessed up the actual number of Wuhan Flu death was more like 16% of the earlier reported number. How much more sandbagging elsewhere? All the while, treatment, ie Ivermectin is being denied!

  7. @JD “I’m for freedom and choice, but I also want no consequences”

    A lot of people seem not to understand the difference. Of course you are free to make bad choices, but the idea that other people have to pay for them is nonsense. There is nothing conservative about redistributing those costs to everyone.

    Is it a typical conservative position that people can do what they want and society has to subsidize it? I thought it was the opposite.

  8. Emery, if you are afraid of catching the Chinese Communist Wuhan Bat Flu Lung Rot, get vaccinated. Once you are vaccinated, you don’t have to worry about me, or anyone else not being vaccinated. It’s that simple. Why twist your underwear causing you such pain?

  9. SCIENCE™!

    Of Singapore’s 1,096 locally transmitted infections in the last 28 days, 484, or about 44%, were in fully vaccinated people, while 30% were partially vaccinated and just over 25% were unvaccinated, Thursday’s data showed.

  10. Meanwhile, this is what com and soc and tyr isms look like:

    A student with a rare medical condition is not permitted to begin her freshman year this fall at Brigham Young University-Hawaii because the school denied her coronavirus vaccine medical exemption request.

    Slippery slope? Fuck, some are already at the bottom, wallowing in mud and filth created by the libturds.

  11. Alien, I wonder what happened to “my body my choice?” mantra so often used by the libturds?

  12. The anti-vaxxers went pretty low budget on their analytics guy.

    Charlie Kirk speculates that between 123,000 and 1.2 million people could’ve died after getting the COVID-19 vaccine: “I’m not saying that’s true, I’m saying that according to how we calculate VAERS…this could be true”

  13. “Of course you are free to make bad choices, but the idea that other people have to pay for them is nonsense.”

    But other people don’t pay the costs for my choices because there are no costs to pay. My decision to vaccinate or not vaccinate literally makes no difference because the ‘vaccine’ doesn’t work as advertosed. It is purely political theater.

    Take a different example to illustrate the point – motorcycle helmet laws. If I choose to ride bare, it costs society nothing unless society chooses to step in and cover my medical bills. That’s on them, not on me. The government has no constitutional power to pay anybody’s medical bills and using its unconstitutional expenditure as justification to impose unconstitutional restrictions on my liberty is two wrongs trying to make a right.

    The ‘vaccine’ proponents use the same tactic – we volunteered to pay the hospital bills for poor people so now you middle-class people with hospital insurance must wear masks, stay six feet apart, flap your arms like a chicken, and take the countermeasure. B as in B, S as in S. If you don’t want to pay medical bills, don’t pay them. Go back to letting private charities handle it, as they did before the government crowded them out of the field.

    Your unconstitutional choices do not justify unconstitutional restrains on my liberty.

  14. Also, quotation marks are used when you are quoting directly, not when you are emphasizing a lie that you falsely attributed to someone else.

  15. Emery deliberately falsifies a quote from another commenter.
    He’s done this to me three times.
    His excuse was that he thought single quotes indicated a paraphrase. Yes, really.

  16. @JD: Inequities will always exist in pretty much every aspect of life. The imperative should be to reduce the inequity that exists in effective ways that do not penalize. This is true with vaccinations as with other areas. The flip side of this is wanting to still allow for personal choice. With the knowledge that choices always have opportunity costs.

  17. “The imperative should be to reduce the inequity that exists in effective ways that do not penalize.”

    The imperative for Emery should be to stop lying about what other commenters have written.

    Baby steps, Emery, baby steps.

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