One of the most effective negative ad campaigns was the “Would you buy a used car from this man?” campaign that targeted Richard Nixon, who looked shifty and was shifty. In that sense, it wasn’t negative. It was truthful.
Who would buy a used car – or anything else – from Nixon?
And people like CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, who also lied when she said “Vaccinated people do not carry the virus and don’t get sick.”
Would you buy a drug from either of these people?
One of the shadiest pushers of these drugs is Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla – whose shadiness makes Nixon’s five o’clock shadow seem downright honest-looking. He says “There is no variant that escapes the protection of our vaccines.”
This is a very clever lie in that it is a half-truth. He does not say the drugs he pushes are vaccines, which they are clearly not as vaccines prevent infection and transmission – which we now know these drugs do not. Witness the “vaccinated” getting serially infected – and serially spreading their sickness to others, also “vaccinated.” People like . . . Joe Biden and Rochelle Walensky, for instance. Who continue to urge “vaccination” notwithstanding all this infecting and spreading.
But Bourla is cleverer. He does not say his drugs prevent infection or transmission. He says “There is no variant that escapes the protection of our vaccines (sic).”
A shady lawyer could not have crafted that more sinuously. More oleaginously.
“Escapes the protection.”
What does that mean, precisely? It means nothing, exactly. A vaccine either prevents infection and transmission or it does not. If not, then it is a drug rather than a vaccine. Perhaps it “protects.” But how? To what extent?
People like Bourla – and the other, less clever people – now say that the drugs that aren’t vaccines reduce the effects of infection. And that, in turn, reduces the odds of hospitalization. But how do they know? Rather, how can it be proved?
Millions of people who got infected – who weren’t “vaccinated” – got mild symptoms and didn’t go to the hospital. How, exactly, would taking these drugs that are not vaccines have “protected” them? They would have no protection – legally – if the drugs they took made them sick, the pushers of these drugs having secured something every shady used car salesman wants even more than an endless conga line of dupes walking onto his lot:
Immunity – from liability.
If a used car salesman lies you there is recourse through the courts. If a new car manufacturer tried to sell a car without a warranty – without liability – it would find itself in court. If either knowingly sold you a dangerous car and driving it resulted in injury or death, you would be able to sue them for damages.
We cannot sue people like Bourla for damages because Bourla and people like him own the government, which has given him and others like him a license to harm people with impunity. And the power of government, to all-but-actually-force people to take their drugs and assume all liability for the consequences.
Perhaps worst of all, though, are people such as Rachel Madow and others like her who shilled for the shysters. She said – and may have even believed – that “Now we know the vaccines (sic) work well enough that the virus stops.”
Which of course it has not.
People like Maddow did not measure what they said. Question anything they were told to say, in all probability. They simply said it – with certainty and with unction. They told people who were “hesitant” that they were stupid and selfish. Reckless – and worse. Those “hesitant” people turned out to be a lot more sensible than people like Maddow and her ilk, who used their public position to amen-chorus the lies of criminals and incompetents like Fauci and Biden and Bourla.
And Donald J. Trump, too.
Never forget what they said. Never forget what they did.
And never give a moment’s consideration to anything they say, going forward.
Unless, of course, you’re the sort of person who would buy a used car from Nixon.
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