It’s a new low for Trump sycophant Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy, who bristled over a line of questioning put to him by a reporter yesterday about why he wasn’t more assertive in encouraging Alaskans to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Dunleavy argued in his COVID-19 press briefing that he was not doing so because the United States wasn’t “someplace in Europe in 1939.”
Interesting to note is Dunleavy’s assertion that people weren’t “stupid” and able to make informed decisions about whether they should receive the COVID-19 vaccine, even as reports circulate that Alaskans are gobbling up livestock dewormer at alarming rates.
Dunleavy’s comments, which appear to have compared encouraging and incentivizing
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