Elon Musk shares anti-vax meme on Twitter

Elon Musk is too rich to be cancelled.

As a result of his sharing a humorous anti-vax meme on Twitter, Elon Musk came under criticism from the furious left.

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Elon Musk, by no means, is anti-vax. He has, however, become aware of the cult-like mindset that exists within the pro-vaccine community, which is asking that the rights of unvaccinated individuals be taken away. And now he’s poking fun at them on Twitter.


Elon Musk stated in an interview with the Times Magazine in September 2021 that he was extremely pro-vaccine and that he, at the time, believed the science is clear. Musk was named Person of the Year in the same year. He, on the other hand, remained firm in his opposition to Biden’s vaccine mandate, comparing it to an authoritarian decree.

“However, I am against forcing people to be vaccinated. It’s just not something we should do in America. I think we should encourage people to get vaccinated, strongly try to convince them to be vaccinated, but not force them to be vaccinated, or — for example — force them to be vaccinated or fired,” Musk said in his Times Magazine interview.

Elon Musk is too rich to be cancelled.
Elon Musk is too rich to be cancelled for anti-vax meme.

Despite the fact that more Americans have lost their jobs as a result of refusing vaccinations than have died from the virus, the situation is significantly more critical right now in Australia.

Australians who aren’t vaccinated are treated as second class citizens or lepers, if you will, by their government and fellow citizens.

Not only have millions of Australians already lost their employment as a result of their refusal to be injected with an untested pharmaceutical, but they are also subjected to a state of lockdown that has never been experienced before in the contemporary era.

Unvaccinated Australians are not permitted to attend large public events or to meet with family and friends in small cafés, pubs, or restaurants. Additionally, unvaccinated individuals are denied access to hair salons, barbers, and even some hospitals; Australians are being denied life-saving procedures due to their failure to comply to the Orwellian health ordinance.

Looks like Elon Musk has had enough of the virus fear mongering. The 50-year-old tech tycoon tweeted an anti-vax meme and his, few remaining, leftists buddies are not happy with him.

The tweet mocks those who worship Pfizer and other large pharmaceutical firms as if they were the second coming of Christ. Many individuals are prepared to simply “trust the science” without conducting their own study. Pfizer’s past is not one of concern for people, since the firm is plainly pro-corporatist and profit-driven.

The Good Jobs First violation tracker shows that Pfizer, alone, has over 74 major violation records and has paid out a sum of USD$10,193,896,333 since the year 2000. Some of these records include false claims, foreign corrupt practices, government contracting related offenses, and promoting of unapproved and untested pharmaceutical drugs.

Unvaccinated Australian protest authoritarian lockdown.
Unvaccinated Australian protest authoritarian lockdown.

Nonetheless, individuals are eager to place their whole confidence in this big pharma mob and call out those who are vaccination hesitant. Even in the aftermath of Elon Musk’s anti-vax meme, individuals continue to support this colossal enterprise.

“They aren’t dead yet BECAUSE they vaccinated,” one Twitter blue check mark responded.

Another chiming in that the science is infallible: “Please do not try to polarize the issue even more. Science is something based on facts and research and does not need you to make those who already don’t understand it question it even more.”

As of right now Australians who have received both jabs are granted temporary freedom although they are still required to check-in where ever they go, wear masks at all time, and social distance. But, according to official government website, the requirements that qualify a person as “fully vaccinated” may change in the coming months.

Proof of Vaccination Required
Elon Musk too rich to be cancelled, but Australians aren’t.

“It is not yet known how long the COVID-19 vaccine protection will last. Clinical trials are currently happening to find out if we will need booster doses on an annual or longer basis,” the Department of Health in Australia stated.

This means that the government might impose an unlimited number of boosters over time in order to offer you limited freedom; similar to paying a premium membership fee to unlock stores and activities in an online videogame… it’s sort of weird.

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