Some Fries With Your Stupid, Texas?

As we all know, Texas’ Public Health Policy is rugged individualism, no vaccine/mask mandates of any kind and of course only Libtard Losers would ever get that commie vaccine that changes your DNA (which will prevent you from being Raptured up to Hebbin) and gives Bill Gates your exact location and good cell phone service, praise Jeebus.

So if somehow the light bulb up your ass, the fish tank cleaner shakes, the injected bleach, and the horse dewormer doesn’t fix you, and you somehow or other contract the Chyna-Flew, well, you can go to the hospital and get the monoclonal antibodies treatment.

Except that they’ve run out:

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas state health department has run out of a key treatment to fight the omicron COVID-19 variant, which now makes up 90% of the virus cases in the state.
On Monday, the Texas Department of State Health Services announced that its regional infusion centers in Austin, El Paso, Fort Worth, San Antonio and The Woodlands have run out of the monoclonal antibody sotrovimab.
That antibody has been shown to be effective against the omicron variant. Other monoclonal antibodies have not been shown to be effective against omicron.

It’s true that I love Texans (really, I do), but this was as predictable as sunlight in the morning. Texans: just go get the shots, get the booster, and get rid of Abbott. He’s just trying to kill you for some unknowable reason.

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5 Responses to Some Fries With Your Stupid, Texas?

  1. Jimmy T says:

    Just gonna drop this off…

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  2. roket says:

    Please note The monoclonal antibodies treatment is perfectly fine with the Xtians AFTER you get the COVID (that does not exist). [A 2-3 hour infusion or a series of 3 shots.] Howsomeever, the free COVID vaccine (2 or 3 shots) will send you straight to hell. Their lord works in mysterious ways is an understatement.

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  3. revzafod says:

    Having had my three shots, I’ll happily join the good people in hell. Better company.

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