June 17, 2024

Gaslighting expert continues pushing debunked establishment narratives

Disgraced CNN anchor Don Lemon joined the “Fullsend Podcast” this week where he doubled down on his pro-Covid shot and masking stances he pushed on millions of Americans during the pandemic.

Asked about people like Chris Cuomo backtracking on the efficacy of the Covid jabs and medicines like ivermectin, Lemon said, “This whole argument about vaccines is a little weird to me because I think people are Monday morning quarterbacking.”

Don Lemon Continues to Defend Vaccine & Mask Mandates: ‘I Think People Were Being Selfish’

“I think people were being selfish about that. If you don’t get the vaccine, then don’t get the vaccine but don’t expect to be able to do and go places where people who got the vaccine… pic.twitter.com/XxxnvpCB6b

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Elaborating, Lemon defended the clot shot pushers by saying, “This was a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic and people didn’t know. I think we have to give the people who were in charge, including the Trump administration, a little grace because nobody knew how to deal with this.”

He continued to claim health officials and politicians “were doing what they thought was best to save the most amount of people.”

Of course, plenty of medical experts, alternative media outlets and some politicians were aware of the dangerous mRNA shots, the lack of protection provided by masks and the benefits of drugs like ivermectin during the pandemic.

We also now know the government colluded with social media companies to suppress information about those issued during the pandemic.

Next, Lemon suggested people who didn’t mask or didn’t get the experimental shots were being “selfish” despite the fact they’ve now been proven right.

“Instead of being selfish for themselves, they should have been doing what was best for our fellow man,” he said.

“I’m not gonna say, ‘Masks are stupid,’ because I’m not selfish,” he virtue signaled. “So, I think that people who were questioning the use of masks, even in the moment, were being a bit selfish.”

Meanwhile, there have been dozens of studies showing masks are not only ineffective at preventing the transmission of COVID-19, but that they can actually make the wearer sick.

Sounding like the ignorant shill that he is, Lemon told the podcast hosts, “So, I believe in medicine, I believe in science and I believe that my government is looking out for and trying to do the best for me.”

When one of the show’s hosts noted the media was demonizing people who chose to pass on the shots, Lemon claimed the media wasn’t shaming people.

Without a hint of self-awareness or irony, Lemon then shamed those who didn’t get the jabs, saying, “I don’t know if the media was shaming people, I think people were being selfish. If you don’t want to get the vaccine, don’t get the vaccine, but don’t expect to be able to do and go places…”

Another “Fullsend” host interjected, sarcastically adding, “and work, and make a living, right?”

Lemon responded, “Everyone was working from home. People weren’t at work. If someone in my office didn’t want to get the vaccine, then I would tell them to work from home.”

Both podcast hosts told Lemon they didn’t get the vaccine.

It’s worth noting Lemon’s employer during the pandemic, CNN, fired three employees for refusing to get jabbed.

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