‘I’m puzzled by these people who continue to say they’re forced to get vaccinated here,’ Ruhle said


Sep 13, 2021

MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle: “If you do not want to get vaccinated, you can work from home. You can home school your children. You can shop online.”

Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo: “If you don’t get vaccinated, you just have to get tested on a weekly basis.”

7 thoughts on “‘I’m puzzled by these people who continue to say they’re forced to get vaccinated here,’ Ruhle said

  1. Eff you!!! What economy?!!! Now FRN’s need all to get the jab to keep going?! Effin STUPID and ridiculous.
    Are they actually trying to sell the people this line of CRAP?!!!!
    Stupid biotches!!!!

    1. Coerce: To pressure, intimidate, or force (someone) into doing something.

      Something that is coerced is not voluntary.

      Voluntary: Proceeding from the will or from one’s own choice or consent.

  2. What a steaming pile of bullshit! There is a word for what that mummified Dementia patient is mandating: COERCION! What are these blithering idiots going to say when the bodies start dropping like flies in a freezer?!? Ultimately, the sentiment is still the same: F*** YOU!

  3. So now they’re blamin’ us, the unvaxxed, for the economy not recovering. And we should be limited to only shopping on-line. They don’t want us contaminating the stores with our uncontaminated breath. And one of the demons says that we just have to get tested on a weekly basis. How I wanted to smash her and her lies.

    Except for NPR and PBS there are few venues uglier than NBC. Well CNN, too. Their brand of communistic coercion is feigning the higher ground by virtual signaling. A sense of superiority that just is dying to tell you to be just like them. Sickening!! And these two creatures are an embarrassment to women everywhere. In fact, they are an abomination of womanhood!! And they’re business plan: higher taxes, aka tyranny. They are fanning the flames.

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