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World 'Sellout': Ron DeSantis Accused of Taking 'Bribe' by Conservatives After Promoting Vaccine

01:15  25 july  2021
01:15  25 july  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

Liberals fuming after DeSantis website sells beer koozies saying 'Don't Fauci my Florida'

  Liberals fuming after DeSantis website sells beer koozies saying 'Don't Fauci my Florida' Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is selling merchandise poking fun at Dr. Anthony Fauci over his support for strict coronavirus restrictions. For the price of $12, supporters of DeSantis can help his re-election campaign by purchasing a beer koozie that says, "Don’t Fauci my Florida.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has banned Covid-19 vaccine passports in his state, signing an executive order and calling on lawmakers to protect citizens permanently. The order, which the Republican governor signed on Friday, notes that Covid-19 vaccines are not required by law, and individual inoculation records are private health information. Requiring vaccine passports to access goods, services or activities would infringe individual freedom and invade privacy, DeSantis added in the order.

Since the first positive results on vaccines have come out , a lot of people have asked me if I think everyone should take them? For some reason, a number of people out there trust my judgement on such things. As I remarked to a friend recently, the moment anyone says ‘ vaccine ’, the only acceptable response is to leap to your feet and salute, whilst singing Ode to Joy. Followed by fifteen minutes of enthusiastic clapping. Failure to do so, means you are taken out and shot for thought crimes.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' recent push of the coronavirus vaccine has provoked Republican ire, with some even accusing the GOP governor of taking bribes. Their pushback indicates the difficulties facing conservative leaders who have pivoted their messaging after months of vaccine disinformation by right-wing outlets.

Ron DeSantis wearing a suit and tie: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis takes part in a roundtable discussion about the uprising in Cuba at the American Museum of the Cuba Diaspora on July 13, 2021 in Miami, Florida. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis takes part in a roundtable discussion about the uprising in Cuba at the American Museum of the Cuba Diaspora on July 13, 2021 in Miami, Florida.

DeSantis, whose name has been mentioned as a possible 2024 presidential candidate, praised the effectiveness of vaccines in his most direct effort to encourage Floridans to get vaccinated in a press conference Wednesday.

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Unlike traditional vaccines , which use an inactive form of the pathogen they protect against, both Pfizer’s and Moderna’s offerings are mRNA vaccines . Technologically new and therefore untested on a mass basis, these vaccines work by introducing into the body’s cells a strand of RNA with instructions that tell the person’s DNA how to begin making antibodies. Researchers at Cambridge University state that side effects could include “autoimmune reactions,” but Harvard scientists say that mRNA vaccines produce “a stronger type of immunity” than their traditional counterparts.

" Vaccines for SARS, MERS and RSV have never been approved, and the data generated in the development and testing of these vaccines suggest a serious mechanistic concern: that vaccines designed empirically using the traditional approach (consisting of the unmodified or minimally modified coronavirus viral spike to elicit neutralizing antibodies), be they composed of protein, viral vector, DNA or RNA and irrespective. of delivery method, may worsen COVID-19 disease via antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE)," the paper states. "This risk is sufficiently obscured in clinical trial protocols and

"These vaccines are saving lives. They are reducing mortality," he said. "If you look at the people that are being admitted to hospitals, over 95 percent of them are either not fully vaccinated or not vaccinated at all."

"If you are vaccinated, fully vaccinated, the chances of you getting seriously ill or dying from COVID is effectively zero," DeSantis added.

His remarks came as Florida topped the nation in new COVID-19 cases, with hospitalizations in some areas climbing to its highest rate since the pandemic started last year. The state recorded 67,413 new cases of COVID-19 over the past week, which accounts for 20 percent of total infections across the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

But negative reactions to DeSantis' vaccine push among vaccine-resistant individuals and new polling data suggests that it could be too late to change the minds of those who refuse to get the shot.

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“ Vaccines for SARS, MERS and RSV have never been approved, and the data generated in the development and testing of these vaccines suggest a serious mechanistic concern: that vaccines designed empirically using the traditional approach (consisting of the unmodified or minimally modified coronavirus viral spike to elicit neutralizing antibodies), be they composed of protein, viral vector, DNA or RNA and irrespective. of delivery method, may worsen COVID-19 disease via antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE),” the paper states. “This risk is sufficiently obscured in clinical trial protocols and

MRNA vaccines work by teaching the body how to produce some of the Covid spike protein in order to generate an immune response to fight the virus. Viral vector vaccines , including the Covid-19 jab made by Johnson & Johnson, instead work by introducing a mild form of the virus to trigger the body into producing antibodies. The Oxford research comes after weeks of uncertainty for AstraZeneca's vaccine after the EMA concluded that unusual blood clots with low blood platelets should be listed as "very rare side effects" of the jab. Among the Oxford team's other findings were that contracting

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn accused DeSantis of "trying to be politically correct" in his promotion of the vaccine. "That's a dangerous place to be for people in this country who do have influence," Flynn said.

Conservative podcaster Stew Peters—"confused" by DeSantis' vaccine push after supporting his anti-lockdown stance—falsely accused the governor of taking bribes.

"It was all about bribery," he said, calling the governor a "sellout."

"Everybody has a number. When you get someone to fold, you just put a lot of money on the line," he added. "We don't know if DeSantis' family was threatened."

A new Associated Press-NORC poll found that most unvaccinated Americans are unlikely to change their minds, with 45 percent saying they definitely won't and 35 percent saying they probably won't get vaccinated.

Meanwhile, DeSantis has also received criticism from the other side, with Florida physicians accusing the governor of not doing enough to protect citizens from catching the virus.

DeSantis rejection of under-12 mask guidance for schools 'puts kids at risk,' Psaki says

  DeSantis rejection of under-12 mask guidance for schools 'puts kids at risk,' Psaki says White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki took issue with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis declining to mandate face masks for children and said she would be “greatly concerned” if she was a parent in Florida. Psaki was asked during a White House press conference Thursday about DeSantis saying that he wanted kids in Florida to be able to breathe and "be kids," which prompted a negative response from the press secretary. GOV. DESANTIS SOUNDS OFF ON DEMOCRATS 'DOUBLE STANDARD' ON IMMIGRATION "If I were a parent in Florida that would be greatly concerning to me," Psaki said, adding that she is a parent herself.

"As increasing vaccination rates in Europe and North America started to take effect, we saw sustained declines in cases and deaths," Ghebreyesus said. "Unfortunately, those trends have now reversed, and we are in the early stages of a third wave." WHO is reviewing options to digitalize the organization's ICVP, or "Yellow Card," its international certificate of vaccination . The aim is to "support a harmonized approach for recording vaccination status." Ghebreyesus told reporters earlier this week that it's dangerous for rich countries to think Covid-19 is no longer their problem as they achieve high

Out of the 827 women, 700 of them received their first vaccine in their third trimester of pregnancy. This means 127 women (which is 827 – 700) received a vaccine during their first or second trimesters. (You have to read the fine print below the table to see this disclosure.) In the mean time, it’s clear that 4 out of 5 pregnancies are being terminated by covid vaccines when those vaccines are given during the first 20 weeks (at least, according to the small data set we have so far). And that means the “depopulation” aspects of the covid vaccine are working exactly as globalists hoped they would.

"It's better late than never," Dr. Mona Mangat, an immunologist in St. Petersburg, said of the governor's vaccine endorsement.

"But at the same time as DeSantis says vaccines are effective, he's also banning businesses from requiring proof of vaccination. He's taking away private companies' ability to protect their employees and customers by requiring the safe and reading available vaccine."

Newsweek reached out to DeSantis' office for comment.

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Psaki attacks Florida's DeSantis, governor's office fires back: 'Psaki is the one playing politics' .
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday dinged Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, saying at some point the Republican is going to have to “choose” public health over politics.DeSantis, an outspoken opponent of coronavirus restrictions like state-level mask mandates, has been repeatedly floated as a potential 2024 challenger to President Biden.

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