I found this posted in the comment section of a news story. I think this pretty much sums it up. The vaccine doesn't work and isn't needed because not that many people will die anyway.
As I type this there are millions of Americans who are ready to listen to Fauci and Biden, ready to take their 3rd injection of an experimental 'vaccine' that obviously doesn't work. Desperate people do desperate things but the difference is this time it's for a virus where more than 99% of infected people recover and many of the infected show no sign of being ill at all.
I find that quote to be a heartless and common response. Imagine if cancer patients and their families had to deal with people calling it a hoax. Many who lost someone would be offended by this.
We know that many in the early going of Covid followed Trump’s lead and minimized it - called it the flu, suggested it will subside when the weather gets warm, downplayed or denied the numbers. And we know that many continue to misrepresent reality in their assessment of the impact of this illness. My question is, of the early deniers how many have remained steadfast and how many have witnessed the illness firsthand and subsequently changed their views.
Of the remaining deniers (not anti-vaxers) I wonder if there is a single Biden voter.