The idiocy and sold-out nature of left-wingers showed in all its glory when Australian politicians Raff Ciccone, federal Labor senator for Victoria, posted a propaganda blog in The Age on June 16th.
The opinion piece titled “New COVID-19 restrictions will be needed for anti-vaxxers” is very expectedly devoid of reason and starts with one command for the anti-vaxxers:
To anti-vaxxers, I have one message: our tolerance for your wilful ignorance is over.
Raff Ciccone —or let’s call him Riff-Raff Cocaine—goes on to say he doesn’t want forced vaccination for those who would refuse COVID 19 vaccine, but that he does want them to bear the consequences of their decision. It’s like telling a child I am not going to force to take this medicine but if you say no to it, I’m goanna teach you a lesson for saying no to me.
In his extended nonsense littered over the rest of his piece, Riff-Raff Cocaine proposes a number of different punishments for those who refuse to take the COVID 19 vaccine from tracking them to banning them from buying things or entering places. Typical liberal fascist mindset!
Interestingly, this propagandist goes on to taunt anti-vaxxers with the reminder that because they are in minority, they will be treated as such. Wait, isn’t it the core of liberalism to stand for minority rights and minority voices? But then hypocrisy is the key ingredient of a liberal dumpling.
Lastly, Riff-Raff Cocaine makes an effort to be indifferent to what others say.
I know after writing this my office will be inundated with correspondence from anti-vaccination activists demanding to be heard. For those of you who do contact me, know this. I have no interest in your alternative “facts” or your conspiracy theories.
So one is tempted to see how popular he happens to be. His Twitter @SenRaffCiccone shows he has only 2000 something followers – compare that to America’s leading vaccine critic Robert Kennedy Jr.’s (@RobertKennedyJr) 129 plus thousand followers.
So really dude Riff-Raff, you think people have time to waste on you? LOLS.
Raff Ciccone’s post on The Age has less overall value than a random fart in some public toilet. It ranks 10/10 on Skepticle Scale.