Republican Gov. Says Trump Voters’ Vaccine Hesitancy Stems From “Natural Resistance To Government” And Is “Worrisome”

(Tea Party 247) – The one thing that the COVID ordeal has proven is that the government cannot be trusted. Not only can the government not be trusted but neither can extensions of the government including Big Pharma.

No, Big Pharma isn’t an official federal entity but they work very closely with the federal government and the feds do everything they can to protect the interests of Big Pharma.

Trump was instrumental in the rapid development and manufacturing of the COVID vaccines but not everyone is buying what Big Pharma is selling.

Sure, Trump has encouraged his supporters to get the shot but, unlike Democrats, Trump supporters have minds of their own and can think for themselves.

We’ve seen and heard with our own eyes and ears the potential side effects and medical professionals, including health Czar Fauci himself, attesting to the fact that the vaccines contain experimental, DNA-altering drugs.

The reality is, the American people are being used as guinea pigs for these vaccines and they’re anything but safe. It’s not even been proven that they’re effective for that matter.

Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson implied that many in his state are refusing to get the vaccine for political reasons rather than common sense reasons and a desire to protect their health.

Hutchinson said Sunday during an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” that Trump supporters are reluctant to take the vaccines because of their “natural resistance to government” and he called it “worrisome.”

Sane, rational people just tend to have a resistance to being used as lab rats by corrupt, greedy pharmaceutical companies. The truth is, the “vaccine hesitancy” has little to do with politics at all.

In response to host Dana Bash asking him to discuss the data that shows nearly half of Trump supporters saying they refuse to get the vaccine, Hutchinson said, “Well I’ve thought a lot about that and I think it’s a natural resistance to government and skepticism of it,” “But you look at the breadth of support here in Arkansas for President Trump, and you have rural voters, you have minority voters and their hesitancy is worrisome, not just here but all across the country.”

He went on to explain that he thinks we’ll reach 50% vaccination rates but getting up to 70% is going to be difficult and that it’s “about overcoming the skepticism.”

Bash asked Hutchinson if he thought Trump just needed to be more forceful in his recommendations that his supporters get the vaccine implying that Trump supporters are just mindless drones who do whatever Trump tells them to.

Hutchinson said he’s “delighted” that Trump has encouraged people to get the vaccine and noted that he doesn’t “know the story behind as to why he wasn’t in the PSA with the other presidents,” but that all leaders and public figures should be united in sending the message that the “vaccine is important.”

Notably, neither Bash nor Hutchinson brought up the fact that AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccines have been recently suspended in over a dozen European countries in response to reported blood clots.

Apparently, the mainstream media and many politicians believe that those who are choosing not to get the vaccines are motivated by politics rather than skepticism over the vaccines themselves.

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  1. It has nothing to do with politics. It has everything to do with the safety of this gene therapy injection and what’s in it.PEG is POISINOUS to humans.I am not thrilled with taking an experimental treatment.I do not put my trust in people like Gates(who has a terrible reputation with Vaccines and deaths) and Fauci who is wrong more that he is right.I am also not happy with the fact that the vaccine makers required a contact that
    would not hold them liable for bad side affects and death from the vaccine.There should be complete transparency with the public. There was a lot of info on the vaccine at the beginning but when people started questioning these vaccines and commenting on them the information for the most part disappeared
    from the internet.For me that signals a time out.

  2. It’s not about politics. It’s about how safe the vaccine is, developing blood clots and other causes. It’s science but not rocket science, people sometimes die after taking the vaccine.

  3. I am using COMMON SENSE . . . I’m NOT taking the VACCINE that may KILL, ESPECIALLY when RECOVERY is usually easy and MILD – or, maybe some is ASYMTOMATIC there are NO symptoms at ALL. I’m not your GUINEA PIG for your failed SCIENCE experiment, ESPECIALLY if I could get REALLY sick (or DIE) from it! It has ALREADY happened, and THIS country is NOT taking away MY rights, OR my life! One Enlightened Patriot. Team Trump and His Allies2020 – MAGA (WE’RE NOT going away!).

  4. I did get the vaccine. But I am thankful for people who will stand up and express their concerns about many things that leadership in government try to bring to the people, including the safety of the vaccines. Leadership is SUPPOSED to be willing to be questioned about anything that is being brought to or possibly forced upon the people. That is a large part of what freedom is all about. To government elected officials: please allow “the people” to ask the questions and to have honest answers, even if you do not necessarily have all of the answers, so that people can make their own decisions. Thank you.


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