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Rep. Lauren Boebert was hoping to unfold misinformation about COVID vaccines and in its place utilised Tylenol to present her lack of intelligence.
I woke up with a headache this morning. I took some Tylenol. Now if all people else could take some Tylenol much too so mine would start doing the job, that would be excellent. pic.twitter.com/LaaNHhaokn
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) September 27, 2021
COVID Vaccines And Tylenol Are not The Exact Thing
Rep. Boebert (R-CO) was spreading some misleading and really dumb disinformation about the vaccine. The vaccine will work if you get it. The vaccine doesn’t demand some sort of local community activation.
The vaccine is not like Tylenol. A person does not get Tylenol to avert a headache but to treat the symptoms of a headache or ache.
The COVID vaccine is taken to lessen the chance of receiving COVID, and if a vaccinated man or woman does get COVID, the vaccine aids to lessen signs if a human being contracts a breakthrough infection.
Boebert was suggesting that the vaccine does not work, which is a fake statement, and it is hard to imagine that somebody so intellectually deficient is a member of Congress.
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