#21 My pride hasn't been hurt at all. I simply like to call out BS when I see it. If it really was Republicans driving vax hesitancy I'd acknowledge it. Lord knows Republicans can be stupid about things. However, it isn't the case.
#24 | POSTED BY BELLRINGER
#37 Did you even read the CNN article I posted? Or are you too busy clinging to a stupid narrative?
#40 | POSTED BY BELLRINGER
Did YOU read your article? Or are you busy clinging to a stupid narrative???
"This is very much unlike the vaccine resistant group, of whom 55% are Republican or Republican leaning independents. Just 21% of that group are Democrats or Democratic leaning independents."
So, the "hesitant" (which I believe are the 15% of people taking the "wait and see" approach) are a cross section of all people. But they are also willing to be open minded and convinced. But the "resistant" are a majority Republicans. Who are the 19% (BIGGER than the "hesitant" group) of people that are "definitely not" getting the virus, or only if required.
You just cherry picked "hesitant" and only talked about that, when your own source points out that the people who are more EXTREMELY against the vaccine skew very strongly Republican. So vaccine opposition in VERY CLEARLY driven by Republicans.
So, based upon your statement in #24, are you now going to acknowledge that it is Republicans who are driving it, or is this just another example of a conservative lying?