Some Fries With Your Stupid, Tennessee?

The cow contemplates her existence and asks the Universe: “Who the eff is Devin Nunes?”

Guys, what’s the difference between a cow and a Tennesseean?

Tennessee won’t incentivize COVID shots but pays to vax cows

The Republican governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, who is a rancher is all in favor of herd immunity for livestock, but not so much for people.

Tennessee’s Herd Health program began in 2019 under Lee, whose family business, Triple L Ranch, breeds Polled Hereford cattle. The state currently reimburses participating farmers up to $1,500 for vaccinating their herds, handing out $492,561 over the past two fiscal years, according to documents from the Tennessee Agriculture Department.

Well, he might have a conflict of interest there, mightn’t he? What about the people?

In an emailed reply to a question about the contrast to incentivizing vaccination for cattle, spokesperson Casey Black wrote, “Tennesseans have every incentive to get the COVID-19 vaccine – it’s free and available in every corner of the state with virtually no wait. While a veterinarian can weigh in on safely raising cattle for consumption, the state will continue to provide human Tennesseans with COVID-19 vaccine information and access.”

But keep those Ameros rolling into Lee’s family ranch, m’kay?

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4 Responses to Some Fries With Your Stupid, Tennessee?

  1. The state will continue to provide human Tennesseans with COVID-19 vaccine information and access.

    Uhhh, no. You closed that office, remember?

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  2. Bruce388 says:

    “How does this conflict with my interest?” — Some Chicago alderman, quoted by Mike Royko (RIP)

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  3. roket says:

    Makes me wonder what else is more important than people in TN besides cattle. Wait. Never mind. I don’t think I want to know.

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  4. Osirisopto says:

    One cow must be worth more than 3/5 of a person in Tenessee

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