Jason Chaffetz Triggers Liberal Snowflakes on Vaccine Dangers

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Congressman Chaffetz reacts to snowflake audience getting triggered after he tried explaining to them the concerns raised about vaccine injuries. Other triggers for this audience include but are not limited to: being told the president will be held to the standard of the law and being reminded about where their electricity comes from.

You gotta hand it to Jason Chaffetz. Being a congressman is hard work, but not many things demonstrate that like the town hall full of whiny cry-babies he had to deal with on Thursday night. Among the things the audience gave him crap for: investigating the government cover-up of vaccine dangers.

But it was the entire hour-and-a-half town hall that was difficult to watch, not just the audience’s ignorance on vaccination harms. Chaffetz was shouted down throughout the entire event simply for stating his opinion on a number of issues when asked by the audience. They even shouted him down right after he told an emotional story about losing both parents to cancer. That’s how insufferable these people were.

One so-called teacher asked how she is supposed to “teach” her students about “safe spaces” when the nation isn’t a safe space. Lady, you shouldn’t “teach” students about safe spaces precisely because this nation is not a safe space. Your job is not to give students an earload of make-believe, your job is to teach them.

I was already itching to stop playing the YouTube when at the end, some overweight, neurodiverse autist who clearly couldn’t control his own hand-movements asked a question about the president’s “BS” opinion regarding vaccines. As soon as Chaffetz discussed how concerns were brought to his office, the audience got triggered once again: “Noooooooooooooo!!!! Science! Science! Science!!!!”

Although there is virtually nothing else that the audience full of dirty hippies, feminist harpies and neurodiverse nitwits said in response that is audible, one of those snowflakes alleged the following was asked:

Why yes, as a matter of fact – his name is William Thompson, and he still works as a senior scientist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What better way to shut these infantilized protesters down than to subpoena him and have him tell the truth under oath? Okay – maybe not shut down, just expose as being even thicker than they come across.

After all, they may never stop crying over this…

So pleased she is not the President. I thanked her for her service and wished her luck. The investigation continues.

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Neurodiversity is Social Justice Cancer

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25 Thoughts on “Jason Chaffetz Triggers Liberal Snowflakes on Vaccine Dangers

  1. Jake:

    Superb piece. You give us all hope that your generation will have substance.

    • Thanks Tim. I did see an awful lot of baby boomer-aged women in that audience.

      • In any case, these losers seem to revel in thinking they are winning some battles. They are completely losing the war as their childish behavior scares away more and more decent citizens. Looks like a second term for Republicans already!

  2. Michael Potvin on February 11, 2017 at 6:28 pm said:

    Wow. The audience members are acting like 3rd graders not getting their way. These people are allowed to vote. No kidding. The scary thing about these pro-vaxxers is they don’t know they’re injured. Let’s see: bi-polar, Aspergers, Tourettes, autism, ADD and ADHD, asthma, eczema, allergies, SIDS in their children or themselves.

    SAT/ACT scores peaked in 1963 and have gone down since. But no, just make the test easier so no one knows how bad the carnage is. The average Japanese high school student outperforms the top 5% of the United States high school students.

    The IQ of the audience is no different than the average person in the neighborhood. IQ shaved by 10 points and who knows the difference? Screaming and yelling doesn’t win an argument. Look how Chafetz calmly answered the questions. It’s easier to con someone than to convince someone they have been conned.

  3. That’s one scary audience at 40 seconds into the video. I wonder how many of them were planted intentionally by special interest groups. How could so many of them be so blind, uninformed, and disrespectful as to yell out when Congressman Chaffetz talked about people who contacted him about vaccine concerns? How would they feel if the Congressman yelled like that at them when listening to their concerns? Disgraceful, primitive, and bizarre behavior– for average Americans, but perhaps they were paid to be there and rabble rouse?

  4. Lawrence on February 12, 2017 at 12:33 pm said:

    So, anyone that disagrees with you is a plant or a shill?

  5. The left is losing it. This kind of behavior is painful. It’s cancer. Great job exposing it, Jake. I believe the worse they behave (blocking Devos, rudeness and rioting by paid anarchists…) the more decent people will rise against that. Nobody likes a spoiled, whiny child and this is no exception.

  6. Doug Troutman on February 14, 2017 at 2:18 am said:

    The vaccine court is BS. Vaccines have always caused injuries and autism exploded when they increased the number of shots. More exposure = more injuries.

    • It should be dismantled and the money poured into it diverted to support autism families.

      • Lawrence on February 14, 2017 at 3:21 pm said:

        Since vaccines don’t cause autism, that seems like a bit of a non-sequitur….

        And Doug – why don’t you explain why, over the past 17 years, as few, if any shots were added to the recommended pediatric schedule, that the rate of autism diagnosis increased, then over the past few years, the rate has been steady?

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