It’s a Q-spiracy

So who are the anti-Vaxxers, you ask? PRRI tells us!

Republicans’ openness to QAnon conspiracy thinking also drives vaccine hesitancy.[3] Less than half of QAnon believers say they have gotten at least one vaccine dose or will get one as soon as possible (45%), while 17% are hesitant and nearly four in ten (37%) say they will not get vaccinated. Among QAnon doubters, two-thirds are vaccine accepters (66%), while around two in ten are hesitant (19%) and 15% are vaccine refusers. Among Republicans who reject core QAnon beliefs, more than three in four (79%) are vaccine acceptant, while 16% are hesitant and just 5% are refusers.

Tell the Q-spiracists that they will get 5G reception for free, and being magnetic means that they will never lose their keys to the truck again. Of course, they might get stuck to the still out back, but that’s generally not a problem for them.

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11 Responses to It’s a Q-spiracy

  1. They won’t be happy until the omega variant wipes us all out, and they’ll die choking on their own blood laughing about how they finally ‘owned the libtards’

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  2. roket says:

    Interesting poll numbers there. Usually, the crazy assholes average about 25%. The average above is 19%. Is the virus actually thinning the herd? Inquiring minds want to know.

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  3. They aren’t going to stick to that copper still, at least, not magnetically.

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  4. Jimmy T says:

    It came to mind that the “Delta” variant might be better named the “Darwin” variant…

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  5. schmice3 says:

    Lemmings will do what lemmings do.


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