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Pew’s survey also found that 73% of Americans aged 18 or older have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. (photo: Unsplash)

By Annemarie McLean, The Stream, February 9, 2022

Annemarie McLean is a writer for Liberty Counsel, a nationwide public interest civil liberties law firm committed to restoring the culture, advancing religious freedom, protecting the unborn, and strengthening the family. …


Annemarie McLeanOn January 11, 2022, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced on Twitter that she tested positive for COVID-19 despite being vaccinated and boosted against the virus. In her tweet, she shared that she was experiencing cold-like symptoms but otherwise felt fine, which she credited “to being vaccinated and boosted.”

Lightfoot, who was publicly vaccinated the same month she tested positive, went on to say, “This is an urgent reminder for folks to get vaccinated and boosted as it’s the only way to beat this pandemic.” While Lightfoot’s “only way” phrase should raise eyebrows for all the freethinkers out there, her statement is nothing out of the ordinary. And that’s the point!

Even though she was double-vaxxed, boosted, yet still got sick, her “Just Keep Vaccinating” narrative is nonetheless widely accepted. …

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