George Takei says ‘willfully unvaccinated’ should stop receiving priority medical care


George Takei says ‘willfully unvaccinated’ should stop receiving priority medical care.

Takei's statements came as hospitals are canceling so-called "elective" procedures as the unvaccinated clog up healthcare systems.


"The willfully unvaccinated who wind up in hospitals from Covid should not receive priority medical care over other very sick or injured people who are as much in urgent need of medical care," Takei posted to his 3.2 million followers on Twitter.

"Anti-vaxxers think they are owning us liberals by refusing to get vaccinated. But as the kids say, this is an epic self-own," he explained.


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Do we get hospitals to prioitize patience who HAVE been vaccinated over those UN VACCINATED people who made a choice and are now ill ? We see in America so many unvaccinated people now clogging up the hospitals having succumbed to Covid and I feel very little sympathy as they knew the facts, we all have access to the internet and we can all make adult decisions for ourselves and I am one of those people who stick to what I have decided and am grown up enough to do so - and it seems - many adults are not - are still child like and still questioning - which is always good, and under the circmstances, where life and death ar concerned - we have to follow the route everyone is taking as it makes life easier. Even I have a mobile phone afyter never having one until the initial lockdown 18 monmths ago. I found it too hard without and had to bend to what the masses are doing in order to do banking and so much more..


I have had to ask a friend not to come into Hamilton Hall unless he wears a mask as he has refused to take the vaccine - and considering he has a girlfriend who has a special needs 12 year old son at school, and neither Mother or son have been vacinnated, and he has elderly parents, and they spent a weekend at Butlins with thousands of other people - mega risky - I consider it dangerous to allow him into the building, and I am afraid he will allow this to put a strain on our friendship when no strain should be there at all if only he followed suit and vaccinnated like everyone else. I miss seeing him - dearly - but I cannot make a rule for the hotel and then betray my guests who rely on me to keep them as safe as possoble and if that means turning away guests and friends who choose not to vaccinate, THEIR CHOICE - then that is unfortunate, but until / unless this ends and w ecan all mingl as before, then all are welcome but under the circumstances - NO ENTRY TO NON VACCINATED PEOPLE.

I have to keep myself and Hamilton Hall safe for all who enter and anyone who is not vaccinated and / or refuses to take it for whatever reason, is not welcome at Hamilton Hall until they have been - or wear a mask - properly - PERIOD.

It's not a fucking joke yet so many seem to appear to think the whole thing to be fake while people drop dead around us and STILL they consider the vaccine to be dangerous... so either take a drug they assume is dangerous - or catch Covid and die - these people only have the 2 choices and it isn't a hard one to consider at all.


The insanity of it:- Vaccines work and anyone saying they don't just have to check out the data.

Scientific advances in the first half of the 20th Century led to an explosion of vaccines that protected against whooping cough (1914), diphtheria (1926), tetanus (1938), influenza (1945) and mumps (1948). Thanks to new manufacturing techniques, vaccine production could be scaled up by the late 1940s, setting global vaccination and disease eradication efforts in motion.


Vaccines against polio (1955), measles (1963), rubella (1969) and other viruses were added to the list over the decades that followed, and worldwide vaccination rates shot up dramatically thanks to successful global health campaigns. The world was announced smallpox-free in 1980, the first of many big vaccine success stories, but there was still a long way to go with other infectious diseases.


By the late 1990s, the progress of international immunization programmes was stalling. Nearly 30 million children in developing countries were not fully immunized against deadly diseases, and many others weren’t immunized at all. The problem was that new vaccines were becoming available but developing countr