Somebody call the vet – the RINO is sick … and delusional!
Posted by Buzz Beeler on 2nd April 2021
While trying to be the ‘cool governor,’ RINO Larry Hogan mocked science, encouraged a dangerous practice, and potentially put lives at stake … all in the name of promoting Eastern Shore tourism. (Photo Credit: Office of the Governor)

Our RINO governor, Larry Hogan, is once again putting shoe prints on his tonsils after putting his foot in his mouth.

We did a double take when this beauty showed up on our Twitter feed:

No way that could be true, eh folks? They had to have taken his words out of context or misquoted him, right?

Sadly, that’s not correct.

Here are the words straight from Governor RINO’s mouth:

It appears he’s strayed far from his “wear the damn mask” days with this latest rhetoric.

Wasn’t Hogan one of the major pols imploring us to listen to the science regarding COVID-19 and the coronavirus? Isn’t he the one who shut down much of the state to “stop the spread,” only for the spread to keep happening?

And now that there’s a vaccine, he’s suddenly open to crowds of people heading to the Eastern Shore to walk the Ocean City boardwalk just because they get a jab in the arm?

Apparently Governor RINO doesn’t know science as well as he should.

The CDC knows science, though, and they’re not buying the whole “Thrasher’s fries and Easter brunch” garbage.

It typically takes a few weeks for the body to build immunity (protection against the virus that causes COVID-19) after vaccination. That means it’s possible a person could be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 just before or just after vaccination and still get sick.

So, in the name of Eastern Shore tourism, Governor RINO just spat in the face of science, gave completely false information about how vaccines work, and potentially put lives at risk by encouraging a dangerous practice.

Not for nothing, but isn’t that what Hogan accused former President Trump of doing?

One would think that the lamestream media would jump all over this story and bash Governor RINO for his stupidity, but that would go against their “anyone who bashes Trump is always right” policy.

We can only hope that there won’t be a spike in COVID-19 cases following people visiting the Ocean City boardwalk this weekend. If there is, I think we all know where the blame should be pointed.


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