A "story" can be factual, yet still have an agenda. A high profile man dies of Covid after being vaccinated. "Well, he had comorbidities". Yes. "He was due for his booster". Yes. Those are facts.
So, what did YOU take away from it? Here are some helpful insights for you:
* There ARE some for whom the vaccine is not a life extender. Mandates for ALL to take it are therefore a bad idea.
* You will always need your "next booster". Perhaps immediately after getting your last booster.
* The urgent and strident tone tells you that this "story" is damage control for a flawed vax program.
And don't forget, Brandon's patience is wearing thin.
Again, extremely weak argument. Having several comorbidities greatly reduces a person's survival vaccine or not. There is still no proof the vaccine accelerated Powell's death as a few uneducated individuals claim.
If you can't delineate between facts and opinion, maybe you should give up on the media completely as even "Brandon's" side is extremely biased!
That is what I find most amusing, people who are quick to write off certain sources blindly accept others as being 100% factual.
We are being played by both sides, maybe it's time some woke up to that fact!