Fox News host Bill Hemmer revealed on Monday that he had walked out of a restaurant because he was asked to present a picture ID with his vaccine card.
"It's just not true that Americans are divided 50/50 on most major issues. Instead, there are sensible Americans, supermajorities on critical issues," John Avlon explains.
He responded to comments from Ron DeSantis about vaccination.
"When you have a virus that's circulating in the community, and you are not vaccinated, you are part of the problem because you're allowing yourself to be a vehicle for the virus to be spreading to someone else," he retorted.
"Enough people have died. We don't need any more death," the Fox News host said last night.
Jake Tapper and Anthony Fauci cannot fathom how people can listen to Alex Berenson, one of the most dangerous voices for the anti-vaccination movement.
Dr. Vin Gupta brings some reassuring news.
When a bunch of Northern California doctors get together to riff on Hamilton for the purpose of encouraging vaccinations, magic happens.
As Ari Melber notes, it's yet another failure to lead and educate.
(TPM) In an October 2009 interview with Fox Business Network's Don Imus, Christie defended the concerns of parents who believe in the theory that vaccines caused their children to develop autism. That belief stems from a now-debunked study linking vaccines to the disorder.
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