The Federal Government under Democrats is showing a rising frustration due to their lack of dominance and control over working-class and upper-class people, according to a New York Times article that frames their passive-aggressive and shaming tactics as a “poll” of Americans beliefs about the government and especially their COVID Vaccine.
“Good morning. The biggest vaccination gap isn’t based on race or partisanship. It’s based on class,” wrote David Leonhardt for The New York Times, first thing Monday morning.
BE CLEAR: THE GOVERNMENT IS AT WAR WITH PEOPLE WHO WORK OUTSIDE OF THE GOVERNMENT
There is a problem with the left; they don’t understand that college graduates are working. The idea that College Graduates are not “Working Class” is so weird.
The left also believes that Republicans do not have college degrees. Their firm beliefs guide their fantasies about Americans in stereotypes based on identity politics. In other words, they are racists and sexists. They believe in stereotypes and refuse to acknowledge math and science. They embrace propaganda. I’ll prove it.
According to Leonhardt, Republican voters are stupid, and that is why they don’t want the COVID shot and also, “minority Blacks and Latino Americans” are smart but cautious of the COVID vaccine because of racism and getting bad medicine, and that is why they don’t want it.
What about Republicans who are minorities? It appears from this article Leonhardt doesn’t know that some Republicans are also “minority Black and Latino Americans.” That is embarrassing, to be honest. Go out and talk to people and investigate.
Here is a question, is the New York Times saying people in the “working class” are not smart like the upper class, who are dependent on the government to make their medical decisions for them? They are smart enough to get a job but not smart enough to listen to the government demands over a shot. Does that make sense?
“It is common to hear about two different demographic groups that are hesitant to receive a Covid-19 vaccination: Republican voters and racial minorities, especially Black and Latino Americans,” Leonhardt wrote.
“The two groups seem to have different motivations. For Republicans, the attitude is connected to a general skepticism of government and science. For Black and Hispanic Americans, it appears to stem from the country’s legacy of providing substandard medical treatment and sometimes doing outright harm, to minorities,” Leonhardt claimed.
Huh? He guesses why people have different opinions; he affirms he knows what all Republicans believe; he guesses why “minorities” believe what they believe.
THAT IS MUMBO JUMBO- HOW DOES THAT MAKE SENSE?
“These ideas all have some truth to them. But they also can obscure the fact that many unvaccinated Republicans and minorities have something in common: They are working class. And there is a huge class gap in vaccination behavior,” Leonhardt wrote.
So there is some truth to the fact that Government science is often lacking? Oh- ok. And there is some truth to people getting bad medical care. Oh- ok. And there is some truth to the fact that people have experienced medical harm by people who are guided by government science and medical care. Oh- ok. What is this article about?
SO WHY THE POLL?
Leonhardt’s claim is illogical. Republicans are working-class people and upper-class, and minorities, and those people share something in common; they are all working. The problem he really has is there are people who want a Government Nanny and people who do not want a Government nanny.
Independence from the soothing comfort of a Government Nanny is so foreign and confusing to people like Leonhardt that they try to affirm their own opinions out of nonsense.
The basis of Leonhardt’s analysis for his article is a Pew Poll, which is known for pushing optics to shape public opinion favorable to Democrat talking points.
Look no further than this article to see who the left is targeting and why. The Federal government is targeting working-class people with fake news -propaganda, shame tactics, and political pressure.
“Here is a look at vaccination behavior by racial groups and political identification, based on polling by the Kaiser Family Foundation,” Leonhardt wrote, showing what he uses as cover for his nonsensical point of view.
BECAUSE WORKING PEOPLE DON’T NEED TO THE GOVERNMENT TO THINK FOR THEM?
“As you can see, working-class members of every group are less likely to have received a vaccine and more likely to be skeptical. “No matter which of these groups we looked at, we see an education divide,” Mollyann Brodie, who oversees the Kaiser surveys, told me. In some cases, different racial groups with the same education levels — like Black and white college graduates — look remarkably similar,” Leonhardt wrote.
And in the end, working Americans are unified that they do not need a big daddy government, and they are too busy to pay attention to the government’s massive layers of propaganda about the COVID vaccines.