It seems Tanya Plibersek doesn’t trust the vaccines

ASKED by Alan Jones tonight about university decrees that ‘vaccination’ will be compulsory for students returning to Jim Crow campuses from next week, the Deputy Leader of the Opposition defended the plan with a telling what-if. But Alan, what if unvaccinated students cause a raging outbreak of the virus that makes two-thirds of the campus sick? Huh?

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4 Responses to It seems Tanya Plibersek doesn’t trust the vaccines

  1. Lee says:

    Do the compulsory pro-vaxxers even listen to what they say?
    To answer my own question, “no!”

  2. rosie says:

    Bizarre, particularly when NSW proposed to be open to all by 1 December.

  3. jupes says:

    But Alan, what if unvaccinated students cause a raging outbreak of the virus that makes two-thirds of the campus sick?

    For this to make sense, the following must be true:

    1. A vaccinated person, infected by an unvaccinated person, will become sicker than they would have if they were infected by another vaccinated person.

    2. An unvaccinated person with the Chicom pox, is more infectious than a vaccinated person with the Chicom pox.

    I have never heard these claims made specifically, only the “be scared of the unvaxxed” propaganda as quoted by the Slovenian Hag above.

  4. Entropy says:

    Surprising she didn’t ask what role Tony Abbott played in all this.

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