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Far-left CNN host Don Lemon believes the unvaccinated need to be called “stupid,” need to be peppered with “shame” and need to be outright shunned.

Why? Because according to him, the science on the coronavirus vaccine is just as settled as the science around the Botox injection he once received.

During his trade-off with fellow left-wing host Chris Cuomo at the end of Cuomo’s own program Wednesday evening, a discussion between the two emerged regarding the scandal surrounding Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Being as Cuomo is a naked partisan commentator, he openly defended Milley, praising him “for deciding to do something about an obvious risk that they ignored.” That something was allegedly having a secret phone conversation last year with a top Chinese general. Some say that call was outright treasonous.

Responding to his fellow co-host’s opinion, Lemon shared his agreement and then tied their shared dissatisfaction with Milley’s critics to their shared dissatisfaction with the unvaccinated.

Listen:

“There have been so many people who have been an apologist for this president. … So I think that, for them not to step up now, or to call for Milley to resign, or I think someone is even calling for him to be court-martialed or something. This is absolutely ridiculous. … Have a seat. You didn’t do the right thing,” he said.

“And so I think I think we have to stop coddling people when it comes to this and the vaccine, saying you can’t shame them, you can’t call them stupid. Yes, they are. The people who aided and abetted Trump are stupid because they believed his big lie. The people who are not getting vaccines, who are believing the lies on the Internet instead of science, it’s time to start shaming them … or leave them behind,” he added.

He further claimed the unvaccinated are somehow “keeping the majority of Americans behind.”

“You didn’t feel that way about the polio vaccine, you don’t feel that way about measles, mumps, rubella when it comes to your children, and all of a sudden, this vaccine is different? What’s different about it?” he continued.

According to Lemon, it’s the “politics,” and the proof is in Botox …

“Do you know what they get shots in nowadays? In their rear ends. They’re getting shots to make it bigger. They’re getting shots in their face. They don’t know what’s in Botox. They don’t know what’s in this stuff,” he said.

“Look, I tried it once my eyebrow. I don’t have it now. As you can see, I got all these wrinkles. Everybody asking me, when are you going to get Botox? But listen, nothing wrong with Botox. But I’m saying, do people really know what’s in stuff that they inject in their bodies all the time?” he then asked.

But while he may have performed zero research prior to receiving Botox treatments, critics said they did do their research before making a decision — and wondered why they deserve shame for doing the same with the COVID vaccine.

Critics also noted that Botox injections are used by only a fairly small subset of the population, Botox injections have been studied for decades and Botox injections have never been forced on people.

Look:

“These people are being harmful to the greater good. You don’t have to listen to a minority of people who are being harmful to the greater good, and who are not acting on logic and science,” Lemon continued.

He concluded by claiming that those who seek out alternate treatments like ivermectin after contracting the coronavirus are being illogical because they wouldn’t have needed any treatment had they just gotten vaccinated.

“When people get sick, they go into the hospital and they say throw it all, give it to me, inject me, put it in me. And you are going to pay a whole lot of money, and you are going to tax the medical system when you could have gotten it for free, and you wouldn’t be there in that position in the first place,” he said.

Vivek Saxena

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