Tucker Carlson, a Fox News host, has retaliated after Chelsea Clinton called for him to be banned from Facebook for challenging why vaccinated people would adhere to COVID-19 restrictions.
Carlson said on his Fox News show on Thursday night that “internationally renowned humanitarian and academic Chelsea Clinton has had about enough of this show, so she called today for Facebook to shut us down.” “Dr. Chelsea Clinton is enraged that we asked such basic questions that everybody in the country should ask. But no one seems to mind that the people in charge of this operation are complete morons who can’t even organize their own talking points and can’t answer the most basic questions.
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“So does the vaccine, and there are a few of them,” he said, “but do they work or don’t they work?” “It’s all right, you should tell us.” Well, Pfizer’s CEO came out today and seemed to say that the dosage that Pfizer is delivering isn’t working. Pfizer’s CEO has now stated that two doses are unlikely to be sufficient. Within 12 months of being completely vaccinated, he said, it’s “likely” that people will need a third dose of his company’s coronavirus vaccine. I suppose it’s good to know now. That was something we didn’t realize until yesterday.”
Carlson concluded, “As Chelsea Clinton tried to get us off the air for asking questions that he only partially answered.”
“Thank you, Pfizer CEO; I’m glad to know. It’s likely that people would need to be vaccinated against coronavirus every year, according to Pfizer’s CEO. That’s nice to know as well.”
Chelsea posted a screenshot of Carlson’s monologue from the night before on Twitter, in which he said, “If the vaccine is successful, there is no need for people who have obtained the vaccine to wear masks or avoid physical contact.” So it’s possible that it doesn’t work and they’re just not telling you.”
This did not sit well with Chelsea, who attempted to use it to get Carlson banned from Facebook.
In December, @facebook banned claims about #covid19 vaccines “that have been debunked by public health experts.” And yet ⬇️. Especially troubling given Republican men are currently most likely to say they’re not interested in being vaccinated. https://t.co/NHWwn8vQ31
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) April 14, 2021