Is the current administration in the United States convincing the left that it's the right that's not getting vaccinated and continuing the pandemic?

PinkMichae
I see so many comments from people blaming people on the right for not getting vaccinated. Yet it's not that they are against vaccinations. They are against mandating them because they believe it's a personal choice.

But this current administration and the mainstream media tries to push this narrative it's people on the right. And people on the left believe it without even doing any research.

Well I did some research and here's what I found. Among people who have gotten vaccinated black and Hispanic/Latino people are the least vaccinated in our country. And last I checked, most minorities vote democrat. Still it's a mixture of all races and people of all political beliefs that have chosen not to get vaccinated.

I have to wonder if it was Biden and Harris that caused hesitancy in people because they said before the election they wouldn't trust Trumps vaccine if he is involved in it. Trump wasn't perfect. But him and his administration is part of the reason we were able to get vaccines so quickly in the first place. We should at least be thankful for that.

For any mistakes Trump made he deserves to be criticized for them. But so does this current administration. They want you to blame the right so they keep your votes no matter how much they screw up. Both sides do that. But right now it's the current administration that's messing up big time.

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Is the current administration in the United States convincing the left that its the right thats not getting vaccinated and continuing the pandemic?
Is the current administration in the United States convincing the left that it's the right that's not getting vaccinated and continuing the pandemic?
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