Some UK leaders now want to vaccinate all cats and dogs

Jun 29th

Really?

I'm starting to think this isn't about a virus.

Yep, the leftist Labor Party in the UK is calling on animals to be vaccinated after people in order to save people from e̶v̶e̶r̶ ̶h̶a̶v̶i̶n̶g̶ ̶f̶r̶e̶e̶d̶o̶m̶ ̶a̶g̶a̶i̶n̶ a vastly survivable virus.

Ministers are being urged to ensure cats and dogs get Covid jabs once all people have been vaccinated. Experts say vaccinating pets may help stop variants developing and spreading.

Labour's Sir Mark Hendrick said: "Covid possibly started in bats. The priority is to vaccinate humans, but a year or so down the line we have to look at animal vaccines."

And Kevin Tyler, editor of journal Virulence, added: "Mutations could come back into humans looking quite different. A substantially different variant could be a problem in the future. The best way to deal with that might be vaccines."

"May"... "could"... "might"...

I'm sensing a theme that starts with "f" and ends with "ear."

It certainly has nothing to do with science. If you're arguing that all pets and domestic animals needs to be vaccinated, you are dealing outside the realm of facts, common sense, and decency.

Environment minister Victoria Prentis said there is no evidence of infected farm animals and no current plan for pet jabs.

But she added: "If the biology changes such that companion animals become important in transmission, we'll reconsider."

Sir Mark added: "The more we exploit the world, the more likely it is to bite us back."

Ah, there's the climate hysteria we were waiting for!

Nothing like keeping the fear dialed up to level 10 to keep everyone compliant!

Fortunately, the British people don't seem to be buying it.


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