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Jim Jordan strives to be the most brilliant anti-vaccinator.

OhJimmy Jordan has seen. Greg Abbott’s Crazy Corona Virus Vaccine Mandate Ban And the governor of Texas picked up seven more deadly diseases, tweeting that “Ohio should ban all vaccine mandates.”

It’s annoying, but not surprisingly, when the Republican Party is in the running, someone is going to scratch it. No wonder when Jordan came out, who thinks that when his shirts are hanging in the sleeves when the cameras mark him as everyone else Accused of turning a blind eye to sexual abuse During his previous career as a wrestling coach at Ohio State University.

It’s very calm inside Jordan’s head, without the Republican challenge that is okay with every other vaccine but dead against making it mandatory to help prevent the spread of the disease. Still murder About 2,000 Americans a day simply because their base hates everything elite, no matter how smart or helpful. He resolved the dilemma by objecting to all of them.

Fortunately, Jordan’s words were just that, and parents in charge of the entire Buckeye state had already taken their children to the first day of fully vaccinated classes against polio. Measles, mumps and rubella measles Hepatitis C; Meningococcal disease and diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis, As its health department needs..

Still, it was enough for Jordan to claim the rhetorical superiority over the war among Red State officials in order to gain the most radical position. But one reason is that Jordan is speaking so ruthlessly that unlike many of its rivals who have real power, it only has Twitter.

There’s South Dakota Government Christy Naeem, who has time to move on. Her daughter’s real estate appraiser’s license. When she was not encouraging 500,000 bikers to come to Sturgess for a 10 day party and super spread. And Abbott, whose favorable rating in Texas fell in the mid-40s as he faces re-election next year and who has already been in Houston and Dallas for more than six weeks on his vigilant ban on abortion. He has lost women. .

Abbott actually has to rule something, and thus his position is a little less crude, rebelling enough to appeal to the “you are not my boss” crowd while at least trying to be so flexible. Try repackaging it for later use. . To that end, he insists he likes the COVID vaccine, don’t get him wrong, but he won’t let the government tell people what to do – unless there are women who need to terminate the pregnancy. Be So he says President Biden “attacked” the Lone Star State with a vaccine mandate, and the governor is only trying to save Texas from it.

This is a position that puts him on the other side of companies like American Airlines, which has welcomed Washington’s help in vaccinating its employees and made it clear that Abbott’s order “does not change anything” for him. ” Fortunately for Abbott, the world’s largest airline is too large to have a large fleet of 737s stationed at its long-serving headquarters in Dallas-Fort Worth or in the state where it is headquartered with thousands of employees. But look no further than ExxonMobil, MacCase, or AT&T. At least it will always have Tesla, even if the electric car maker is weird for a state in many ways determined by the oil and gas industry.

His governor, Sen. Ted Cruz, did not wrongly claim that thousands of passengers stranded at Southwest Airlines were caused by pilots who refused to obey Biden’s vaccine order. And does FAA Lane Ted, who pretends to guarantee Cancun during the freezing of his state, care about the facts if he can own labs for a news cycle?

The worst COVID-infuriated commotion is at the local level, where anti-wax and anti-mask politicians are wreaking havoc that has become so violent that the National School Boards Association (NSBA) has sent a letter to the president Has been understood. Meetings are tantamount to “domestic terrorism.” Along with videos of the parents’ parents and the school’s official altercation, Attorney General Merck Garland asked the FBI to suggest ways to deal with the violence.

Immediately, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell responded that Garland’s memo did not reflect what he had seen at school board meetings, raising the question of what news he was watching. It should take into account the testimony of Jennifer Jenkins, a member of the Florida Brewery School Board. She disagreed with the resolution barring parents from attending meetings. What she is asking for is protection from her parents. Bullying her and her family outside meetings, Branding weapons at his home, and “behind me, saying they’re coming for me, that I have to beg for mercy.”

It only gets worse. Someone created a “fake DCF.” [Department of Child and Family Services] He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture. [daughter’s] PlayDate Go under her clothes and check for burn marks.

False reporting on child protection services is a crime anywhere, and if Breward Sheriff Van Ivey hadn’t been a friend of such a staunch Republican and former President Donald Trump, he might have conducted such an investigation. Meanwhile, Jordan and other Republicans who routinely go on TV to extinguish the flames that they are not igniting in a small area with their epidemics are turning themselves away from stories of harassment. The denial should be stopped when they pass through airports and ask themselves if they have ever found a child’s belt because a political opponent has accused them of abuse.

“I am against it,” Jenkins made clear at the end of his testimony.

Not McConnell, who summed up his opposition to the AG’s memo by describing what was happening as “democracy, not intimidation,” explaining the deviation by former vice president Mike Pence. A new chapter to do. It was recently defeated on January 6, when Trump supporters were not really looking to shut it down, but to tighten it, like the “one day in January” that the media wants to engage people with.

We no longer live in a country where the common good is agreed upon. It’s been two decades since half the country told Gallup that we’re on the right track, and it’s still been a long time since 600 children died in the early days of the polio vaccine but parents even now He followed science and lined up his children for immunizations until the iron lungs all disappeared.

If Jim Jordan drops his sleeves – he’s taken his shots like his GOP teammates – and stops making ridiculous announcements, the same thing will happen to ventilators one day.

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