Former President Donald Trump has said that politicians who refuse to declare whether or not they have had booster shots when questioned in interviews are “gutless.” In an interview that aired on One America News on Tuesday night, he expressed his thoughts.
Dan Ball, the show’s host, questioned Trump on his remarks pushing people to be vaccinated against Covid-19. As an example, Ball mentioned Trump’s recent interview with Candace Owens, in which the former president expressed emphatic opposition to Owens’ anti-vax attitude. “People are not dying as a result of taking the vaccination,” he assured her.
“Do you think you should rethink your support for the vaccination now that it has been provided for so many months and has caused these negative effects, as well as Americans’ doubts [sic] about it?” Alternatively, what is your opinion on the vaccination in general?” Ball was the one who inquired.
“All right, I’ll take it,” Trump answered emphatically. “I’ve already taken the booster. When I saw a few of politicians being questioned, one of the questions was, ‘Did you get the booster?’ – since they got the vaccination – and they were replying like, in other words, they knew the answer was yes but didn’t want to say it out loud. Because they are gutless. You had to say it, regardless of whether you had it or not. Say it out loud. However, the truth remains that I believe vaccinations have saved the lives of tens of millions of people throughout the globe. “I’ve had no negative side effects.”
He restated what he’d said to Owens, stating that being vaccinated considerably minimizes the likelihood of being hospitalized or dying as a result of the Covid virus.
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The president said that if people catch the virus they would not go to hospitals for the most part and will die. “It had been a nightmare before. and they’re no longer there.”
In an interesting twist, some of Trump’s most ardent supporters in Congress have declined to admit if they’ve been vaccinated, much alone boosted. As of last summer, over half of House Republicans have refused to reveal whether or not they had had vaccinations.
Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL), a close friend of President Donald Trump, has declined to declare if he has had the booster injection. “I’ve done whatever I’ve done,” he responded in December when asked whether he’d received any encouragement from others. “This is the standard shot.”
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