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Biden unlikely to meet July 4 vaccination goal

Papageorgio

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Does your MD recommend something to you that you are unlikely to benefit from? LOL
So you disagree with the Cleveland Clinic's recommendation then. Like I've told you from the beginning.

All caught up now? Took you long enough. LoL
Cleveland Clinic said I was unlikely to benefit from the vaccine. Glad you agree with them. LOL

Again, why do you keep bringing my name into this? I left this debate a while back and left you to Cat and Nostra. You miss me that much, leftist?
He is trolling, nothing more.

He is a very lonely guy, all he has is his keyboard and some tissue.
 

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With the U. S. unlikely to reach President Biden’s self-imposed deadline of having 70 percent of American adults partly vaccinated against the coronavirus by July 4, he trumpeted a different milestone: 300 million shots in his first 150 days in office.

VP Harris and the health and human services secretary Xavier Becerra were both on the road Friday, trying to drum up enthusiasm about the vaccine. Ms. Harris was in Atlanta and Mr. Becerra was headed to Colorado. Pretty sure Atlanta hasn't moved any closer to the border, but oh well.

Unlikely to meet his July 4 vaccination goal, Biden focuses on a different milestone.
Most of the important states have already met the goal. It would be nice if the lesser important (i.e. red) states would join us.
No kidding, which "important" state(s) have reached 70%
NY
MA is at 60%....that is best in the country. Herr McLesh is lying again.

Doses givenFully vaccinated% of population fully vaccinated
319M
319,000,000
+610K
+610,000
150M
150,000,000
+378K
+378,000
45.7%
45.7%
+0.1%
+0.1%
LocationDoses givenFully vaccinated% of population fully vaccinated
Massachusetts8.93M
8,930,000
4.14M
4,140,000
60.0%
60.0%
California41.6M
41,600,000
19.1M
19,100,000
48.3%
48.3%
Texas25M
25,000,000
11.5M
11,500,000
39.8%
39.8%
New York21.3M
21,300,000
10.2M
10,200,000
52.2%
52.2%
Florida20.5M
20,500,000
9.47M
9,470,000
44.1%
44.1%
Pennsylvania13.6M
13,600,000
6.21M
6,210,000
48.5%
48.5%
Illinois13M
13,000,000
5.63M
5,630,000
44.4%
44.4%
Ohio10.5M
10,500,000
5.1M
5,100,000
43.7%
43.7%
New Jersey9.89M
9,890,000
4.85M
4,850,000
54.6%
54.6%
Michigan9.28M
9,280,000
4.6M
4,600,000
46.1%
46.1%
Virginia9.04M
9,040,000
4.3M
4,300,000
50.3%
50.3%
North Carolina8.53M
8,530,000
4.05M
4,050,000
38.6%
38.6%
Washington8.36M
8,360,000
4.03M
4,030,000
52.9%
52.9%
Georgia8.1M
8,100,000
3.7M
3,700,000
34.8%
34.8%
Maryland6.91M
6,910,000
3.25M
3,250,000
53.8%
53.8%
Arizona6.35M
6,350,000
2.84M
2,840,000
39.0%
39.0%
Colorado6.05M
6,050,000
2.89M
2,890,000
50.2%
50.2%
Wisconsin5.79M
5,790,000
2.79M
2,790,000
47.9%
47.9%
Minnesota5.75M
5,750,000
2.84M
2,840,000
50.3%
50.3%
Indiana5.49M
5,490,000
2.63M
2,630,000
39.1%
39.1%
Tennessee5.16M
5,160,000
2.36M
2,360,000
34.5%
Fuck off you moronic Zionist Piece of Shit

 

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Yes, you did. That was your first attempt to spin getting caught in a blatant lie. :auiqs.jpg:

It’s not a blatant lie if you understand that “Republicans” and “Trumpsters” have A LOT of overlap.

It just requires a little common sense, which would explain why you’re so confused.

Is everything clear now? Or are you still confused? :)
You have failed to show where Republicans or "Trumpsters" do not want the vaccine.

The link you are using said a minority of Republicans have 'APPREHENSIONS' about the vaccine. It doesn't say they don't want it.

Big words confuse you, huh?
 
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With the U. S. unlikely to reach President Biden’s self-imposed deadline of having 70 percent of American adults partly vaccinated against the coronavirus by July 4, he trumpeted a different milestone: 300 million shots in his first 150 days in office.

VP Harris and the health and human services secretary Xavier Becerra were both on the road Friday, trying to drum up enthusiasm about the vaccine. Ms. Harris was in Atlanta and Mr. Becerra was headed to Colorado. Pretty sure Atlanta hasn't moved any closer to the border, but oh well.

Unlikely to meet his July 4 vaccination goal, Biden focuses on a different milestone.
Most of the important states have already met the goal. It would be nice if the lesser important (i.e. red) states would join us.
No kidding, which "important" state(s) have reached 70%
NY
MA is at 60%....that is best in the country. Herr McLesh is lying again.

Doses givenFully vaccinated% of population fully vaccinated
319M
319,000,000
+610K
+610,000
150M
150,000,000
+378K
+378,000
45.7%
45.7%
+0.1%
+0.1%
LocationDoses givenFully vaccinated% of population fully vaccinated
Massachusetts8.93M
8,930,000
4.14M
4,140,000
60.0%
60.0%
California41.6M
41,600,000
19.1M
19,100,000
48.3%
48.3%
Texas25M
25,000,000
11.5M
11,500,000
39.8%
39.8%
New York21.3M
21,300,000
10.2M
10,200,000
52.2%
52.2%
Florida20.5M
20,500,000
9.47M
9,470,000
44.1%
44.1%
Pennsylvania13.6M
13,600,000
6.21M
6,210,000
48.5%
48.5%
Illinois13M
13,000,000
5.63M
5,630,000
44.4%
44.4%
Ohio10.5M
10,500,000
5.1M
5,100,000
43.7%
43.7%
New Jersey9.89M
9,890,000
4.85M
4,850,000
54.6%
54.6%
Michigan9.28M
9,280,000
4.6M
4,600,000
46.1%
46.1%
Virginia9.04M
9,040,000
4.3M
4,300,000
50.3%
50.3%
North Carolina8.53M
8,530,000
4.05M
4,050,000
38.6%
38.6%
Washington8.36M
8,360,000
4.03M
4,030,000
52.9%
52.9%
Georgia8.1M
8,100,000
3.7M
3,700,000
34.8%
34.8%
Maryland6.91M
6,910,000
3.25M
3,250,000
53.8%
53.8%
Arizona6.35M
6,350,000
2.84M
2,840,000
39.0%
39.0%
Colorado6.05M
6,050,000
2.89M
2,890,000
50.2%
50.2%
Wisconsin5.79M
5,790,000
2.79M
2,790,000
47.9%
47.9%
Minnesota5.75M
5,750,000
2.84M
2,840,000
50.3%
50.3%
Indiana5.49M
5,490,000
2.63M
2,630,000
39.1%
39.1%
Tennessee5.16M
5,160,000
2.36M
2,360,000
34.5%
Fuck off you moronic Zionist Piece of Shit


No doubt you and the NY Post get their info from Gov. Cuomo....dumbass
 

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With the U. S. unlikely to reach President Biden’s self-imposed deadline of having 70 percent of American adults partly vaccinated against the coronavirus by July 4, he trumpeted a different milestone: 300 million shots in his first 150 days in office.

VP Harris and the health and human services secretary Xavier Becerra were both on the road Friday, trying to drum up enthusiasm about the vaccine. Ms. Harris was in Atlanta and Mr. Becerra was headed to Colorado. Pretty sure Atlanta hasn't moved any closer to the border, but oh well.

Unlikely to meet his July 4 vaccination goal, Biden focuses on a different milestone.
Most of the important states have already met the goal. It would be nice if the lesser important (i.e. red) states would join us.
No kidding, which "important" state(s) have reached 70%
NY
MA is at 60%....that is best in the country. Herr McLesh is lying again.

Doses givenFully vaccinated% of population fully vaccinated
319M
319,000,000
+610K
+610,000
150M
150,000,000
+378K
+378,000
45.7%
45.7%
+0.1%
+0.1%
LocationDoses givenFully vaccinated% of population fully vaccinated
Massachusetts8.93M
8,930,000
4.14M
4,140,000
60.0%
60.0%
California41.6M
41,600,000
19.1M
19,100,000
48.3%
48.3%
Texas25M
25,000,000
11.5M
11,500,000
39.8%
39.8%
New York21.3M
21,300,000
10.2M
10,200,000
52.2%
52.2%
Florida20.5M
20,500,000
9.47M
9,470,000
44.1%
44.1%
Pennsylvania13.6M
13,600,000
6.21M
6,210,000
48.5%
48.5%
Illinois13M
13,000,000
5.63M
5,630,000
44.4%
44.4%
Ohio10.5M
10,500,000
5.1M
5,100,000
43.7%
43.7%
New Jersey9.89M
9,890,000
4.85M
4,850,000
54.6%
54.6%
Michigan9.28M
9,280,000
4.6M
4,600,000
46.1%
46.1%
Virginia9.04M
9,040,000
4.3M
4,300,000
50.3%
50.3%
North Carolina8.53M
8,530,000
4.05M
4,050,000
38.6%
38.6%
Washington8.36M
8,360,000
4.03M
4,030,000
52.9%
52.9%
Georgia8.1M
8,100,000
3.7M
3,700,000
34.8%
34.8%
Maryland6.91M
6,910,000
3.25M
3,250,000
53.8%
53.8%
Arizona6.35M
6,350,000
2.84M
2,840,000
39.0%
39.0%
Colorado6.05M
6,050,000
2.89M
2,890,000
50.2%
50.2%
Wisconsin5.79M
5,790,000
2.79M
2,790,000
47.9%
47.9%
Minnesota5.75M
5,750,000
2.84M
2,840,000
50.3%
50.3%
Indiana5.49M
5,490,000
2.63M
2,630,000
39.1%
39.1%
Tennessee5.16M
5,160,000
2.36M
2,360,000
34.5%
Fuck off you moronic Zionist Piece of Shit

Then how do you explain the chart above? Google it for yourself if you don't believe me, McLesh.
 

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You have failed to show where Republicans or "Trumpsters" do not want the vaccine.

The graph should be perfectly clear. They're the group that is most vaccine hesitant. With 42%, they have the highest rate of vaccine hesitancy. The majority of all groups want the vaccine, but Republicans still have the highest rate of vaccine hesitancy. It says in bold that they would "probably not get it" or "definitely not get it".

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This isn't complicated. Does that clarify your confusion? :)
 

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You have failed to show where Republicans or "Trumpsters" do not want the vaccine.

The graph should be perfectly clear. They're the group that is most vaccine hesitant. With 42%, they have the highest rate of vaccine hesitancy. The majority of all groups want the vaccine, but Republicans still have the highest rate of vaccine hesitancy. It says in bold that they would "probably not get it" or "definitely not get it".

View attachment 504329

This isn't complicated. Does that clarify your confusion? :)
I have not been confused at all.

You said: Trumpsters don't want the vaccine.

You have failed miserably to back up that lie. The confusion is on your part for thinking you have, Dumbass.
 

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I have not been confused at all.

You said: Trumpsters don't want the vaccine.

Because they have the highest percentage of people who don't want to take the vaccine. I've already explained this to you.

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I didn't think this would be so complicated lol. Are you still confused? How can I help clarify your confusion? :)
 

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Then how do you explain the chart above? Google it for yourself if you don't believe me, McLesh.
It's not up to me to explain your unlinked charts stupid.



You are an idiot McLesh. Honestly an idiot.
 

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You have failed to show where Republicans or "Trumpsters" do not want the vaccine.

The graph should be perfectly clear. They're the group that is most vaccine hesitant. With 42%, they have the highest rate of vaccine hesitancy. The majority of all groups want the vaccine, but Republicans still have the highest rate of vaccine hesitancy. It says in bold that they would "probably not get it" or "definitely not get it".

View attachment 504329

This isn't complicated. Does that clarify your confusion? :)
I have not been confused at all.

You said: Trumpsters don't want the vaccine.

You have failed miserably to back up that lie. The confusion is on your part for thinking you have, Dumbass.
Here is another one McLesh




11. New York
Number of people fully vaccinated: 10,157,661
Percentage of population fully vaccinated: 52.21
 

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The link you are using said a minority of Republicans have 'APPREHENSIONS' about the vaccine. It doesn't say they don't want it.

It says "If a Covid-19 vaccine was determined to be safe by scientists and available and free to everyone who wanted it, they would probably not get it or definitely not get it."

Are you going to make some ridiculous argument that this doesn't mean that they don't want it? :lol:

You're so confused. But it's ok. I'm here to help.
 

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Then how do you explain the chart above? Google it for yourself if you don't believe me, McLesh.
It's not up to me to explain your unlinked charts stupid.



You are an idiot McLesh. Honestly an idiot.
So are we talking about one dose or fully vaccinated?

The thread was about a July 4 goal of at least one vaccination I believe.

Ya fucking Zionist Asshole ( since we're engaging in name calling)
 

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Then how do you explain the chart above? Google it for yourself if you don't believe me, McLesh.
It's not up to me to explain your unlinked charts stupid.



You are an idiot McLesh. Honestly an idiot.
So are we talking about one dose or fully vaccinated?

The thread was about a July 4 goal of at least one vaccination I believe.

Ya fucking Zionist Asshole ( since we're engaging in name calling)
Idiot...we are talking fully vaccinated. Zionist means I support Jews having their own country. No...not that. WOW! Stupid McLesh.
 

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Idiot...we are talking fully vaccinated.
Wrong Zionist Idiot. YOU are. Everyone else is talking about the thread topic. The per centage of those who have received at least one dose.

And Zionist means people "having" someone else's country. But that's a topic for another thread (before you go off on ANOTHER stupid thread distraction)
 

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The link you are using said a minority of Republicans have 'APPREHENSIONS' about the vaccine. It doesn't say they don't want it.

It says "If a Covid-19 vaccine was determined to be safe by scientists and available and free to everyone who wanted it, they would probably not get it or definitely not get it."

Are you going to make some ridiculous argument that this doesn't mean that they don't want it? :lol:

You're so confused. But it's ok. I'm here to help.
The poll is six months old, got anything more up to date? Polls are just a snapshot in time. Time and attitude changes the answers.
 

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The link you are using said a minority of Republicans have 'APPREHENSIONS' about the vaccine. It doesn't say they don't want it.

It says "If a Covid-19 vaccine was determined to be safe by scientists and available and free to everyone who wanted it, they would probably not get it or definitely not get it."

Are you going to make some ridiculous argument that this doesn't mean that they don't want it? :lol:

You're so confused. But it's ok. I'm here to help.
The poll is six months old, got anything more up to date? Polls are just a snapshot in time. Time and attitude changes the answers.
Here's April


3 in 10 Republicans say they won't get the shot. Better but not much
 

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