The Dumbest Man In The Senate Has Suspicions

“And my third point…”

Ron Johnson, the Louie Gohmert of the Senate, is adding a new item to his Wikipedia entry: Vaccine Conspiracist.

It takes a special kind of crackpot to suggest that the gubmint has some sort of evil plan in wanting to vaccinate as many people as possible against the Trump-Virus, and RoJo is that crackpot.

“The science tells us the vaccines are 95% effective, so if you have a vaccine quite honestly what do you care if your neighbor has one or not?” Johnson said. “What is it to you? You’ve got a vaccine and science is telling you it’s very, very effective. So why is this big push to make sure everybody gets a vaccine? And it’s to the point where you’re going to shame people, you’re going to force them to carry a card to prove that they’ve been vaccinated so they can still stay in society. I’m getting highly suspicious of what’s happening here.”

And sadly, RoJo never tells us what he is actually suspicious of. (Bill Gates? probably)

Now we want to make very clear: RoJo is not a doctor and as far as we know he never even played doctor as a kid, preferring to sit quietly in a corner and eat paste with jimmies made of lead paint chips (we are guessing, but seems likely). But it did seem only like a matter of time before he would latch onto yet another conspiracy theory. Remember, RoJo was the first to suggest that January 6 was an Antifa false-flag operation to blame the innocent and peaceful Red Hats for insurrection.


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14 Responses to The Dumbest Man In The Senate Has Suspicions

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    Bill Gates has some answering to do, I mean besides the microchips hidden in the vaccine…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. GranDude says:

    COVID cards. Responsible humans will have them while Darwin bait wonder, why am I being ostracized?

    Liked by 2 people

  4. revzafod says:

    “Ron Johnson, the Louie Gohmert of the Senate…”
    I disagree. He’s more like the Ralph Wiggum of the Senate.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. E.A. Blair says:

    Johnson is tied with Walker and McCarthy (Joe) as Wisconsin’s worst political embarrassment, and Grothmann, Sensenbrenner and Robin Vos are rushing to catch up.

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  6. osirisopto says:

    I think we should tell him that they can use the vaccination cards to exclude people from Tomi Lauren look-a-like contest, WWE sweat-a-thons, child beauty pageants and gun shows.

    I bet he’d shut up about them then.


  7. spotthedog says:

    I am of the opinion that an elected official has a responsibility to act in a manner intended to ensure the public health and safety at all times, in addition to their other responsibilities, and that if an elected official deliberately acts to disregard, impede, or recklessly endanger the health and safety of the public they serve, that person should be held criminally liable. I’m just funny that way. And RoJo is a MoFu.


  8. Ten Bears says:

    Day three. I think the reason why all the zombies wander around looking for brains is they can’t find any!


  9. RayLay says:

    “I can no longer sit back and allow Communist infiltration, Communist indoctrination, Communist subversion and the international Communist conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids.
    —Brigadier General Jack D. Ripper

    RoJo’s as nutty as JaRip.


  10. MDavis says:

    Is this guy one of the ones who promoted “herd immunity”, which he erroneously stated would be obtained by as many people as possible (that he didn’t have any contact with) contracting COVID-19 as quickly as possible?


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