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Outrageous: DC Official Suggests Letting Unvaccinated Americans Die A ‘Necessary Evil’

The shocking statement proves that, as a civilization, we have been conditioned in such a way that adversity no longer unites us, and that is a fairly bleak reality.

It is almost unbelievable to see just how political our medical choices have become over the course of the last several decades, culminating quite ferociously in this never-ending COVID pandemic.

For years and years now, a large anti-vaccine movement has been growing in America, long before a Wuhan birthed the virus that we’re struggling with today.  These holistically-natured Americans largely did not trust the government and the authorities that were pushing these inoculations, and, in an effort to prevent forced mandates, became organized and powerful within their own communities.

Then, when the thought of mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations began to rise over the horizon, this already lightly-congealed group found the fuel necessary to skyrocket into the stratosphere of pop culture.

This sudden ubiquitousness spurred conflict and angst, and soon vaccinations became a hotly debated political subject as well.  Today, there are some fairly despicable opinions going around about those who aren’t willing to receive a COVID vaccine, and some who hold those opinions also hold positions of power.

Elliot Tommingo, director of the Washington, DC Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs, said it is a “necessary evil” to allow ‘Darwinism to kill off” unvaccinated Americans, blaming them for the city’s coercive mandates, deeming them “foolish,” and accusing them of eating horse dewormer and “their own piss.”

Breitbart News on Thursday obtained screenshots from one of Tommingo’s conversations on a Facebook post. The commenter, Jonathan Lubecky, who on Twitter describes himself as a “Nonpartisan Political Consultant,” remarked that he “may go to anywhere that doesn’t have the stupid mandates DC has.” Currently, Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) D.C. requires businesses to discriminate against unvaccinated individuals, forcing indoor venues such as restaurants, gyms, bars, theaters, night clubs, food halls, auditoriums, libraries, museums, and more to turn away guests ages 12 and older who cannot provide proof of vaccination. That policy went into effect January 15. Further, last week, Bowser decided to extend the city’s mask mandate — which applies to vaccinated individuals as well — another month.

Tommingo, an official for the D.C. mayor’s office, provided a harsh response, demeaning unvaccinated people by touting a series of fake narratives and essentially asserting that unvaccinated individuals are “foolish” and ultimately allowing Darwinism to take course.

Then came the heinous insinuation.

“I’ll join you in Cabo man. But I tell ya. If people stopped listening to celebrities, took the vaccine, didn’t eat horse dewormer and/or their own piss…we could lift those mandates soon,” he claimed.

“However, allowing Darwinism to kill off those too foolish to protect themselves is a necessary evil,” Tommingo added.

The shocking statement proves that, as a civilization, we have been conditioned in such a way that adversity no longer unites us, and that is a fairly bleak reality.

Cross-posted with Flag and Cross

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