Friday night on CNN in his handoff to anchor Don Lemon, blowhard Chris Cuomo said Americans are not who they were after the September 11 terror attacks, calling the COVID-unvaccinated “weak people.”
“I have always felt that’s what ‘Never forget’ really is a reminder about,” Cuomo began. “Not what happened. Obviously, we know what happened, but how we were on 9/12, 9/13, 9/14. It wasn’t perfect. We made mistakes. It didn’t last forever. But we put things aside and came together in common cause with a collective will.”
So far, so good. But then Cuomo veered into an attack on his political opposition: “You contrast that with where we are today. I’m telling you, this vaccine hesitancy, sure there’s a little bit of a personal freedom thing, people don’t want to be told what to do. Somebody made people think that the vaccine is a personal choice issue because it doesn’t naturally occur that way, brother. Because we get our kids vaccinated, mumps, rubella, polio, smallpox. We all do it. That’s all this is. But all of a sudden, it’s a big deal. Somebody put an idea of that in their heads. Or somebodies, a group of people. We are not who we were after 9/11. This pandemic has proven that. We are weak people and making hard times for ourselves.”
No one “put the idea in the heads” of the vaccine skeptics. We’re not the brainwashed ones. The “weak” Americans are the ones who embraced our government’s totalitarian weaponization of a manufactured pandemic.