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episode 202: Intelligence Hesitancy

The corporate media has gone to great lengths over the years to make the incoherent ramblings of well-liked celebrities seem relevant. This pays off big time for the corporate media; if a dumb celebrity is painted up to appear intelligent then their dumb fans feel intelligent also. This improves profit margins for corporations, but does absolutely nothing to help the general populous. So, I applauded when Howard Stern, who I have not always agreed with in the past, called out anti vaxxers or, as I like to call them, the intelligence hesitant: "When are we gonna stop putting up with the idiots in this country and  just say it's mandatory to get vaccinated? F--- 'em. F--- their freedom.  I want my freedom to live," he said. "I want to get out of the house  already. I want to go next door and play chess. I want to go take some  pictures. This is bull----." Sorry for all the dashes, but the internet does not like the fuck or shit words because the internet is a five year old. Stern continued, "If you have a heart attack or any kind of problem, you can't even get  into the E.R. And I'm really of mind to say, 'Look, if you didn't get  vaccinated and you got Covid, you don't get into a hospital. They had the cure and they didn't take it." Stern's frustration with the intelligence hesitant is completely understandable; his furious tirade on the idiots in this country is downright admirable. Perhaps you think it is "normal" for idiots to sabotage us at every turn, but I do not agree. I have stated from the beginning that antivaxxers are a threat to public health, and therefore a very real threat to the nation. The complacency and the bullshitting about empathy and unity has now cost us well over 600,000 lives, more than the Spanish Flu managed to snuff out. But the antivaxxers are still saying. "so what? it's just a flu". Well, if they have the right to say fuck me then fuck them too! I am not going to sit here like some jackass on MSNBC or Meet The Press or The View and coddle to these idiots. They are the scum of the earth and they deserve to be treated as such. Yet still there are calls for "understanding" and "unity". Take your understanding and shove it up Donald Trump's orange ass. I am done understanding. I am done being the nice guy. Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj lost her damn mind. She joined the Busta Rhymes camp and decided to propagate her idiocy to make a few bucks. She lied about being invited to the White House too. But she wants you to listen to her though, even though she's a damn liar, acting like she was joking about her cousin's aunt's sister's daddy getting swollen testicles because of the vaccine. That was no joke. She was dead serious. She's just dumb. She got caught being dumb too and then she wanted to pull the race card, talking about anyone who disapproves of her insane statements is coming down on "strong black women". Oh really? Why is it that every black celebrity only seems to remember that they are black when they are in trouble? Kayne did it. R. Kelly did it. And now it's Ms. Baby Mama Cousin's Testicles turn. She was sitting up there pretending to be a white Barbie doll with all that blonde hair and makeup for all those years, but now she's black all of a sudden when she says something dumb? Negro please! I refuse to cover for her or anyone else that tries to get innocent young black people killed so they can make a few extra bucks. And that's real talk, take it or leave it. 

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 2021-09-29  26m