To Jab Or Not To Jab

Dear Editor,

To be jabbed or not to be jabbed? That is the question!

If you are not ready to take the shot yet, when you are asked if you’ve had it you can reply by saying you’re part of the control group or you “identify” as vaccinated.

If you get push back, you can use this sound argument, which I copied from the net:

“If you want me to get vaccinated, stop censoring highly reputable scientists and doctors who have differing opinions. 

“Stop worrying about doctors finding treatment protocols that will negate the emergency status of the vaccines and let them treat sick patients and publish their successful protocols. 

“If the vaccines work, then stop the lockdowns, remove the masks, and act like they do. 

“Stop pushing the vaccines at populations that don’t need them like children and people who have already had COVID-19. 

“Be honest about the risks involved in taking the vaccine so I can make a fully-informed choice. 

“For me, the way things stand, erring on the side of caution is to say, “No, thank you.” 

“Pounding on my door or issuing threats won’t help.”

And, I will add, nor will bribing me with lottery tickets or tattoos! 

Lynn Henson