I would compare the media slamming unvaxxed people like I would compare a cat-eating catnip, they just can’t get enough no matter how absurd the justification.
A study published by the American Journal of Medicine titled “COVID vaccine inevitability and risk of a car crash” found that 72% of unvaccinated drivers were at greater risk of being involved in a car accident than those who had been vaccinated.
The total number of participants was 11,270,763. There were 11,270,763 people included. These data show that COVID vaccine hesitancy could lead to an increase in traffic accidents. This information could be used to encourage COVID vaccination.
Dr. John Campbell offers some plausible explanations for this finding. This assumes that the data used in the study were accurate and not cherry-picked to achieve the desired result (as was the case with the Pfizer vax trial fraud).
Blue cities prohibited the unvaxxed from public transport, and this meant that they had to drive their cars more often.
The Vaxxed were more likely to get to work remotely than those who weren’t.
The study also included drivers and pedestrians. This complicates the central claim about vaccines being causally linked with traffic accidents.
Corporate media took this opportunity to suggest that COVID vaccination confers immunity from car accidents through a vague mechanism.
Via Yahoo News:
But, just because someone skips the COVID vaccine does not mean they won’t get into an accident. According to the authors, people who ignore basic road safety guidelines may also disregard public health recommendations.
They would disregard the rules of the road.
First, I had to survive a winter of death, and now I have to survive the open roads. No clots though baby! pic.twitter.com/TTDPRPo9c5
— Truck Driver (@Goontownclown) December 14, 2022
Unvaccinated people are too poor and stupid for driving or walking on roads. More traffic accidents occur because of their distrust of government and their belief in freedom.
The car accident that occurred in the car accident would not have happened if you trusted less government and treated people more like subjects.
Yahoo’s article outlines the moral failings of unvaxxed and then discusses the social engineering agenda that almost always underlies such studies.
These results are so important that primary care physicians should think about counseling patients who haven’t been vaccinated regarding traffic safety. According to the authors, insurance companies may also consider changing their policies based on vaccination data.
It shouldn’t surprise you if your insurance company raises your premiums for uninfected people. Because you can’t provide proof of vaccination, your premiums will be increased.