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You won’t believe what this report says about unvaxxed Americans. No, it is NOT satire.

Published in Blog on December 16, 2022 by Jakob Fay

According to a bizarre new report from the purportedly very serious American Journal of Medicine, unvaccinated Americans are 72% more likely to get into traffic accidents than vaccinated Americans.

Just to clarify, this is not The Babylon Bee.

Yahoo! Finance reports that scientific research has proven that “vaccine hesitancy” is detrimental to a person’s safety on the road. In fact, first responders are allegedly being taught to exercise extreme caution and assume that people involved in wrecks are unvaccinated.

Of course, the notion is laughable, and the article reads like satire, but apparently many are taking it quite seriously. Yahoo! Finance says that doctors should now counsel “unvaccinated patients on traffic safety” and that insurance providers might adjust their policies based on a customer’s vaccine status.

The publication reassures readers that skipping a COVID shot is not a guarantee that someone will get into a wreck (what a relief!), but the “excess risk of car crash posed by unvaccinated drivers” is still enough to circumvent “modern automobile engineering advances” and endanger other drivers.

“Why would they ignore the rules of the road,” asks Erin Prater, a public health journalist who honestly should be fired for her juvenile reporting. She answers: “Distrust of the government, a belief in freedom, misconceptions of daily risks, “faith in natural protection,” “antipathy toward regulation,” poverty, misinformation, a lack of resources, and personal beliefs are potential reasons….”

So, in other words, if you love freedom, have faith in God, are poor, or dare question the efficacy of an experimental drug, you are a threat to public safety and essentially an anarchist!

“This isn’t the first time that researchers have examined the link between behavior and vaccination status,” Prater adds. “Among young adults, a 2021 study published in the Journal of Bioeconomics found a correlation between self-reported risky driving and having skipped their flu vaccine.”

Apparently, we can blame all of the world’s problems on the unvaccinated, the scourge of the earth. That certainly is what the media seems to think.

And while the concept may seem humorous to those of us who did not blindly follow the “science” and instead made independent, calculated decisions about whether or not we would receive the COVID vaccine, it may come with real-world consequences for those who ultimately chose not to be vaccinated.

In the end, this would-be satire speaks volumes about the pervasive mentality that those who do not trust the government are uneducated fools. It is not science, but a preconceived assumption that the government is always right and that anything less than complete compliance is dangerous.

The political establishment may trust only the government to know what is best but here at Convention of States Action, we trust the American people with the freedom and self-governance to make these decisions. We also trust them to stay safe on the road, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated!

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