You may find yourself confused over what medical decision you should make for your children. There are parents in this country concerned about injecting their five-year-old with the Fauci Ouchie. Some parents feel a medical treatment only on the market for less than a year hasn't been tested and researched enough for them to subject their children to it. Whatever you do, DON'T listen to Joe Rogan. Instead, listen to two people performing a cringetastic cheer routine on TikTok.
That's what you should do according to the two people performing a cringetastic cheer routine on TikTok. Two people who think this messaging is effective.
Funny thing about one of these buffoons. The girl half of it, Dr. Nicole Baldwin, played the role of a "Republican" doctor asking
a question on CNN. A "Republican" doctor whose character utilizes social media to promote health and "was very concerned about the rise of 'misinformation' in the anti-vaccine community."
What specific misinformation was being spread wasn't discussed. It usually isn't.
When CNN hunted down
one of the twelve people
Joe Biden accused of killing people on Facebook
, they said the guy was--and these are CNN's words--"
he's been posting like masks don't work, vaccines can be dangerous, and vitamin C or D can prevent or treat the coronavirus."
Not knowing specifically what he said--again, we're going by the words of a content creator at CNN--since this report "the science" has determined cloths masks aren't effective. Also, getting more Vitamin C or D is basic advice.
Joe Rogan is on record saying that in order to appease the anti-opposing viewpoint community, he is going to reach out to a more diverse group of voices. Maybe these two can sing him a song and change his question-asking ways.