Here's the Real 'Controversy' About Big Bird Getting His Fauci Ouchie
Big Bird has landed himself in the middle of the controversial move to vaccinate children under 12 for COVID-19. A Twitter account called Muppet Wiki shared a series of clips from a scene in a 1972 episode of "Sesame Street" during which the monstrous, oversized bird receives a measles vaccine.
Sharing the clip wasn't random. Muppet Wiki wasn't just going through, episode by episode, sharing clips in sequence or something. No, the message was simple: "See. Kids have been getting vaccinations forever." We can assume—or I will assume—the owner of this account is a left-winger, and like most left-wing imbeciles, he or she cannot grasp the glaring difference between something like the measles vaccine and the COVID shot.
Luckily, our good friend Gerald was there to edumacate people.
Hey @CNN @NewDay the problem with the #BigBird stuff is pushing a vaccine that has no long term studies for a group of people that are not nearly as susceptible to #COVID19 as other groups. \n\nThe other vaccines pushed in the 70\u2019s had years of studies behind them.— Gerald A (@Gerald A) 1636375003
I mean, that's it in a nutshell, guys.
And if your life wasn't completed by a bird with elephantiasis, we can do you one better.
Big Bird's official Twitter account announced on November 6 that he indeed has received his COVID shot. And someone must have left ol' Joe Biden alone with his cell phone for a little too long because that witless buffoon took the time to reply to the imaginary character.
Good on ya, @BigBird. Getting vaccinated is the best way to keep your whole neighborhood safe.— President Biden (@President Biden) 1636336198
Oh, God help us. The leader of the free world is talking to imaginary friends, now! He's literally reverted to a toddler-like state, sh!tting his pants and talking to puppets. Who voted for this guy?
As much as the former vice president thinks Big Bird is real—he probably thinks he's paling around on the streets with Cornpop or something—he's not. And I'm going to thank my lucky stars he's not real because I don't know if I'd be capable of fighting off a genetically mutated bird that stands over eight feet tall.
Big Bird coming over to vaccinate your kids. pic.twitter.com/LQODCO3GKg
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) November 7, 2021
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