Left-wing actor, comedian and outspoken Trump-hater Michael Rapaport yesterday had some stern words for his beloved Dr. Anthony Fauci:
(** Language warning)
“Figure this sh** out!” he commanded in a recent Twitter video.
In his brief monologue, Rapaport appeared quite dismayed to find out he’s been wrong about a few things, namely trusting the government when it comes to information on the COVID vaccines.
The actor, who played “Superboy” in the 1997 film, Cop Land, wonders now, “Am I a Hero or a Super Spreader?” as the heading on his tweet.
“I just watched Tony Fauci, CNN, and FOX tell me people with the vaccine, vaccinated people are now spreading the coronavirus.”
Am I a Hero or a Super Spreader? pic.twitter.com/urap6u6aTd
— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) July 28, 2021
“I went from bein’ a hero because I’m vaccinated, and now you mother f****** are callin’ me a super spreader? I ain’t no f*****’ super spreader.”
Rapaport’s epiphany is yet another case of poetic justice we can point to in the ever-increasing number of reversals coming from the progressive left.
That sort of thing happens when you worship at the altar of Big Brother.
No one can blame the actor for being perplexed, though. After all, the vaccines were downplayed and distrusted vocally by the current president and vice-president, to say nothing of mainstream media, and not because of the science, but because Donald Trump was the man in charge.
Now that the adults are in charge, the vaccines developed by the evil Big Pharma under the auspices of the Trump administration are a miracle.
Or are they?
Michael Rapaport isn’t sure and wants those in charge to get their act together.
No one can blame him for being angry, either. But he is responsible for waiting until now to get his act together.
It’s impossible not to laugh, but it calls to mind the question:
Do liberals like Rapaport ever get tired of being wrong?
Who can say? But Twitter was afire with some hilarious reactions to the one-minute monologue.
Some of the best below:
Neither. You got bamboozled by main stream media and the government. You took the experimental “vaccine” and now it’s a failure. They’re covering up for their fuckup by telling you a “variant” is making “vaccinated” people sick. Hollywood couldn’t even make this shit up. 😂😂😁
— Ralph Napolitano (@DrRalphNap) July 29, 2021
This you? pic.twitter.com/Hj1I46hBGP
— McKayla J (@McKaylaRoseJ) July 29, 2021
Exactly!! I’m vaccinated and now I’m being told that I have to wear a mask to protect everybody else. This is bullshit. WHY is it MY responsibility to protect the unvaccinated????
— Casey Mckenzie (@caseymckenzie) July 29, 2021
So first, I’m glad you see what many of us saw from Day 1. Secondly, I am glad you are standing up and saying something about it. This has always been about politics & not the science. To follow a virus with no desire to know it’s origin was always laughable.
— Kimberly Klacik (@kimKBaltimore) July 29, 2021
I’m getting so much anxiety from this because I have to go back to the office in two weeks which means taking public transit. I’m vaccinated but now they say you can still get it especially the Delta. I can’t even function anymore without having constant anxiety
— 🍷💖💋 𝖕𝖆𝖒𝖊𝖑𝖆𝖓𝖊𝖜𝖞𝖔𝖗𝖐𝖈𝖎𝖙𝖞 💋💖🍷 (@PamelaNEWYORKC1) July 28, 2021
– A state funded lab leaks a virus
– The state locks people down under the threat of violence leading to massive “unintended consequences”
– The state spends billions “funding” a “vax”
– The “vax” fails to do as intended (maybe)
The state: “this is all the fault of the unvaxxed”
— Author Josh Cybulski (@nd_dewars) July 29, 2021
— Jon Hollis (@hollis4congress) July 29, 2021
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