Candace Owens speaks freedom of choice as the world becomes a place of division as vaccine mandates appear to be on the horizon due to the delta variant.
It is approaching two years since the pandemic broke out in Wuhan, China in the winter of 2019. However, with the government mandates of lockdown and quarantining of citizens, it has felt like a lifetime to many people since this whole pandemic shook the world and turned it upside down.
People were told to wear masks to help spread the virus and that eventually when the vaccines rolled out that life would get back to the normalcy everyone enjoyed in 2019. This has not been the case as now reports are coming through that vaccinated people can get the new Delta variant and vaccinated people are spreading it. This is not a speed bump on the way to reopening. It’s a serious new threat, as it is being reported as being contagious as chicken pox according to Washington Post.
The document is an internal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention slide presentation, shared within the CDC and obtained by The Washington Post. There have been so many different stories and also different thoughts on the pandemic that it has caused division. Regardless on what side of the scale one leans towards concerning on what to do and not do from a freedom of rights perspective, one cannot deny the world has not been the same since it was first reported on the news that there was outbreak in China.
There has been riots and protests by some people in different parts of the world believing the governments on the planet have been using the dire situation as a power grab on society. Others believe those against certain protocols are the cause of the pandemic not slowing down anytime soon.
The always outspoken Candace Owens took to social media and made it clear that she is not following orders set forth by the government and that she is going to continue to live her life as if it was 2019.
“We’re all on this together”—no we’re not. Take that communist propaganda elsewhere. I choose not to get the vaccine. I choose to continue seeing friends & family. I choose not to mask my employees or shut down my businesses. I choose Freedom. You choose what works for you.
Candace Owens – Twitter
“We’re all on this together”—no we’re not. Take that communist propaganda elsewhere.
I choose not to get the vaccine. I choose to continue seeing friends & family. I choose not to mask my employees or shut down my businesses.
I choose Freedom.
You choose what works for you.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) July 30, 2021
Candace Owens who is a Trump follower has obviously ruffled some feathers online with this commentary. A lot of Trump followers have been known to be a little skeptical of the Joe Biden administration and their rollout of vaccines. Check out the reactions below which are just as controversial as Candace Owens’.
That's not true, Plus vaccinated people can give the virus to other people too. They knew all this from the beginning It's all about control and you sheep was easy to herd.
— Timothy Gainey (@tugboat2178) July 30, 2021
No one says they can’t. If everyone gets vaccinated, covid would disappear. Just like small pox
— The Idealist (@TheIdealistic1) July 30, 2021
We did the “all in this together” thing for the first wave and that got us to where we are now.
— Amy Tarkanian (@MrsT106) July 30, 2021
What's hilarious…..is that you actually believe this
— GHOST LAWYER👻OBJECTION!🕵🏾♂️WHO SAID THAT?! (@JustGetBetter2) July 30, 2021
Paying federal income tax is a collective effort we working individuals take part in to fund the services that make our USA great. You pay taxes. I do. Everyone I know who works does. Yes, we live here & are all on this together—& that’s no commie mantra, it’s a patriotic one.
— Ledeya Baklykova (@LedeyaB) July 30, 2021
You know & they know & you know they know & they know you know they know you have that right.
Knowledge is power, but knowing is powerful.
— Happy Chappy (FBPE Types Hate Me) (@RobertM08132082) July 30, 2021