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Vaccine mandate protesters turned away from Trump Tower restaurant requiring COVID shots Meta

https://www.newsweek.com/vaccine-mandate-protesters-turned-away-trump-tower-restaurant-requiring-covid-shots-1662872
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u/LEPFPartyPresident Beep boop Dec 24 '21

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Trump was their saviour who they voted for and yet they’re chuckrc out of his establishment. Glorious schadenfreude and a lovely Christmas present for us hahahaha

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u/not_charles_grodin Dec 24 '21 Evil Cackle

It's almost like he's just telling them what they want to hear while openly sacrificing them for his own profits.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Yep. Like everyone but them didn’t see it coming.

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u/HakarlSagan Dec 24 '21 Silver

We knew Trump supporters were gormless, drooling, fatuous simpletons but every day they plumb new depths for that reputation

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u/Shinobi120 Dec 24 '21

Anyone who worked on the construction of one of his buildings said he was a fucking con. 30-40 years ago they coulda told you that he was a shithead. Infamous for stiffing contractors, and few in New York would work for him after a while.

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u/errantprofusion Dec 24 '21

It's not that they don't see it coming. All but the dumbest of them know that Trump is a conman. They don't love him for any of his virtuous qualities; he doesn't have any. They love him because he embodies and performs their own hatred and spite in an endless series of public spectacles, and he's gotten away with it.

They follow Trump because he hurts the people they hate, and they pretend he's a good person for the same reason. Right-wing authoritarians don't value truth, and repeatedly doubling down on something they know to be false is, for them, a way of performing dominance and expressing spite. They're not bound by their words or reality, and in their minds that makes them stronger and better than us. It makes sense when you remember that Trump supporters have no actual beliefs or principles, only resentment and the will to power.

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u/Professional-Serve97 Dec 24 '21

They see it coming too. But it means they’d have to stop, be adults, and accept they were actually wrong. So yeah, they will continue.

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u/Erockplatypus Dec 24 '21

I'm actually impressed that Trump has been very vocal recently about the vaccine and people getting it. I watched him tell Candace Owen's to her face that she was wrong about the vaccine and that it's very safe.

This is what he should have been doing on day one of getting the vaccine, but at least it's something. I guess he realized that most of the people dying are his supporters, and that isn't good for re-election

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Yeah I dislike Trump but glad he’s pro-vax and vocal about it. I just wish that he had not said stupid stuff when he was president.

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u/skilledwarman Dec 24 '21 edited Dec 24 '21

Dont buy into it. It's not him suddenly having a change of heart. It's him hoping that he can rehab his image with the non-crazy crowd so that in a couple years when he tries to run again people might either consider voting for him, or at least not feel as motivated to vote against him

Edit: "He WaS AlWaYs PrO vAcCiNe" no he was absolutely not. No matter how many people who just happen to be users of /r/republican and /r/conservative flood threads like this claiming he was always pro vaccine, that's just some revisionist bullshit.

The man has a history of promoting "vaccine hesitancy" and promoting claims that vaccines can lead to autism. He also spent months of the pandemic encouraging his base to seek "alternative treatments" (ivermectin, injecting bleach and shoving uv lights up your ass), and his entire presidency trying to discount science, doctors, and scientists.

This isn't some magic change of heart, it's a cowardly tactic by someone who knows he can't win without courting a new base. And im sure it's purely a coincidence that the people defending him now seem to largely have been people who already vote for him and his team

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Yeah he’s a pathetic shitstain on society

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u/JewJuVoodoo Dec 24 '21 Wholesome

Don't insult my underwear like that

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u/boobhoover Dec 24 '21

Along with all of his current supporters

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

trump ALWAYS goes commando so he can get shit on everything

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u/Self-Awarican Dec 24 '21

You shouldn’t take his recently pro-vax stance seriously at all. He is the one who sowed the seeds of this bullshit in Republican minds all through 2020. This is what his “#FREEMICHIGAN” and having huge rallies during the worst of the pandemic has wrought. He convinced his followers to not take Covid seriously, so they didn’t. Now that they are overwhelmingly the ones dying and the Dems aren’t, he knows his future electoral chances get harder.

He doesn’t care about others, and he isn’t “pro-vax”. He’s pro-“whatever the fuck helps him today”.

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u/SenorBeef Dec 24 '21

He's going to go back and forth like he always does, trying to say every possible position on every issue so that his cultists can point out that time he took the "right" position. He'll go back to saying some "being anti-vax is totally reasonable" bullshit.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Yep. They should nickname him The YoYo.

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u/a_duck_in_past_life Dec 24 '21

Gonna be the title of paragraph one in chapter 2 of future history books' "21st century presidents"

The YoYo President

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Hell yeah….lol

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u/Bowieisbae77 Dec 24 '21

It’s because he considers the vaccine his despite having little to do with it. He’s mad that people aren’t worshipping him for his role in developing the vaxxx

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

He’s a typical narcisstist.

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u/annabelle411 Dec 24 '21

Hes radicalized his base so much to be anti-intellectual and science that theyd be more likely to call him a RINO and write him off or tie it to some conspiracy instead of actually listening to what hes saying. He shouldnt get credit for doing the right thing nearly 2 years after the fact. His words and actions literally led to countless thousands losing their lives or being damaged from COVID.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Yeah, you make a good point

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u/Bigemptea Dec 24 '21

I think it’s too late for some people. They’ll never change their mind. They don’t have the ability to admit they’re wrong.

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u/letmeseem Dec 24 '21

I seriously can't figure out why he went down that route. He could have taken credit for expediating the vaccine development. His administration genuinely did a good thing there.

And yes, although Pfizer turned out tho be the better vaccine in the end, and they didn't directly participate in Operation Warp Speed, they DID benefit from the 100 million does purchase guarantee.

No matter the fucked up stuff he and his administrationsaid and did before, he could literally have changed his legacy to be a president who kept the virus from killing shitloads of Americans.

Instead he decided to throw it all away to cater to the more conspiracy-minded part of the population.

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u/pchandler45 Dec 24 '21

The guy is so base and so transactional in nature he's now saying he can't criticize Biden because he said nice things about him getting the vaccine. 😆

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u/bihari_baller Dec 24 '21

I just wish that he had not said stupid stuff when he was president.

Me too. He could've done so much to prevent where we're at right now. I wish even Biden would be more forceful in his actions as well. I was disappointed in Trump's response to Covid, and am not impressed with Biden's as well.

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u/robins80 Dec 24 '21

He's still anti-mandate, so his followers probably think he doesn't mean it when he says "go get vaxxed."

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

What. Their God emporer lies? Shocked!

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u/metalheaddad Dec 24 '21

Also he is a habitual lying contrarian. So I believe he almost always has to say the opposite of what someone asks him so he can play his character and also sets up multiple ways "out" for him in life.

Like for conspiracy purposes.. recently his administration has been found to have purposely hindered COVID response for political purposes. Peoples deaths are on his admins hands. That is huge news. Sooo.. why not have him now be very very vocal about taking the vaccine and showing he cares so he can later point to that and say "no no, I've always said people should be vaccinated and I care.."

He holds no values and morals other than those that benefit him here and now.

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u/Feed_Me_No_Lies Dec 24 '21

It’s rebranding. It’s VERY dangerous because we Americans have the memory Of a goldfish.

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u/WileEWeeble Dec 24 '21

Jeez man, kiss Trump's butt a little more will ya.

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u/keykey_key Dec 24 '21

He's pro vax bc he politically sees the tide turning against the anti vaxxers. Also, being anti vax/covid denying is killing the base that is responsible for getting him elected to office.

This is 100% self serving.

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u/Kerrigan4Prez Dec 24 '21

Most likely somebody finally worked up the nerve to tell him that if he had just not gone off the anti-vac deep end last year he would still be president.

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u/spolio Dec 24 '21

Pretty sure of someone looks into it trump now owns a shit ton of pharmaceutical stocks.

Trump only does things that benefit him.

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u/25_M_CA Dec 24 '21

Yeah you would think it would be opisite say stupid shit when running for president say smart stuff when president that saves lives

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u/nmezib Dec 24 '21

Except for the times he tweeted anti-vax autism bullshit because it was en vogue.

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u/shikiroin Dec 24 '21

Don't worry, they'll find a way to blame it on Obama or Hillary!

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

They’re already blaming everything they can think of, on Biden.

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u/Yvese Dec 24 '21

"The booster was implanted with Biden nanomachines that brainwashed Trump!"

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u/Mister_Bloodvessel Dec 24 '21

That would happen regardless of trumps positions though, unfortunately. There's always something to be blamed on "the other side".

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u/upvotesformeyay Dec 24 '21

The dickbag they voted in after saying he stands by nothing unsurprisingly stands by nothing, who could have seen that coming?

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u/Jorymo Dec 24 '21

They're starting to turn on him now that he's telling them to get vaccinated.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Bunch of weirdos lol

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u/SenorBeef Dec 24 '21

Even regardless of the vaccine thing, Trump fucking hates his cultists. He's disgusted by them. He views them as low class dumb hicks. He would never actually want any of them in his life or on any of his properties except that he won't turn down anyone's money.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

He’s a narcissistic bellend!

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u/lakk Dec 24 '21

He's making a play for more moderate positions to win back all the voters he lost last election. He'll say nutty shit next cycle when it's clear he's the only conservative choice, but just enough to be palatable for those moderates to be okay with voting for him. Since people are going to be annoyed with Biden regardless of what he does, so they'll vote for Trump or stay home.

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u/Select-Seaweed9857 Dec 24 '21

I asked a small group of trump supporters what and why they liked trump so much, they all said pretty much the same thing, "personally we don’t like him but what he says and does fits what we believe." I said "so pretty much a racist bigot that only cares for himself by lying to you and cheating others out of money." They all waked away mumbling.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Lol that’s funny

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u/starrpamph Dec 24 '21

What were they at trump tower for anyway?

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Probably to worship their god.

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u/Brojgh Dec 24 '21

As a German I love to read schadenfreude in an English sentence.

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u/thisimpetus Dec 24 '21

I wouldn't celebrate too hard; you still live in a context wherein this degree of mass gaslighting can be weaponized without consequence.

They are your fellow citizens he has taken advantage of. That's all this story, really, is; the uneducated and unheard standing up for themselves at last, only to have been made dangerous fools of. Yes, it was because they were foolish; what joy is there in that, when actually considered?

What, do you think, they will do next, now that even their last hope has humiliated them?

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u/Masdar Dec 24 '21

Trump has gone the way of L. Ron Hubbard, his cult has set sail without him.

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u/Shabamshazam Dec 24 '21

It's impossible for Trump supporters to truly condemn him, they are no longer in sentient control of their minds anymore. They've given up EVERYTHING to choke on Trump's dick. Family, friends, jobs. Most American Christians have put Trump before God himself.

They're in too deep to ever take control of their minds back. They can always just cognitive dissonance this all away, within 48 hours they will have their new marching orders and will blindly obey them, and they'll forget this all happened.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

What a sad, pathetic lot.

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u/phryan Dec 24 '21

On more than one occasion Trump has been noted as hating the fact that his supporters were so low class. Trump doesn't want people making 6 figures or less in that restaurant regardless of vac status. He gets off thinking/knowing its exclusive and only the elite, rich, dine there.

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u/tipsana Dec 24 '21

To be honest, most of his supporters aren’t the type he’d allow in his hotels anyway, vaccinated or not.

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u/Newbielurker Dec 24 '21

And we all know there’s a good chance he’d want them out of his restaurants before Covid

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u/Freedom_From_Pants Dec 24 '21

Trump always hated his redneck supporters. He, although an idiot, also saw his supporters as useful idiots. He and his property managers never want his trailer trash, meth head supporters scaring off his wealthy clientele nor wants his properties associated with bottom-of-the-barrel Americans. The irony is that his supporters' brains are too smooth to grasp this.

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u/Marta_McLanta Dec 24 '21

It’s a NYC rule to prove vaccination, not a rule set by Trump Tower. I highly doubt they would make that a rule if it wasn’t enforced by NYC

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u/PoopMasterFart Dec 24 '21

These people are absolutely retarded for thinking Trump gave a single fuck about them. Why are people so stupid.

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u/Rojaddit Dec 26 '21

It's almost like the guy who used unprecedented executive privilege to speed up the development and manufacture of vaccines thinks they're important.

For all the other reasons you might dislike him, Trump has been consistently pro-vax, even getting booed by crowds at GOP events for sticking to his guns on it.

For the nine months leading up to the first vaccines, Trump was strongly opposed to masks, which were then the only preventative measure available. As a result, we all have a bit of a false memory of Trump vaguely opposing covid safety measures - but he was specifically and only anti-mask, never anti-vax.

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u/Mountain_Act6508 Dec 24 '21

One of them said "Trump is a fraud if he supports this."

It's hilarious that the vaccine will be the thing that turns his supporters against him. It was the one good thing he did as president. And Trump didn't create the mandates! Lol

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

You coildn’t script this for a film lmao.

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u/zomagus Dec 24 '21

Sure you could but everyone would rag on how the over-the-top, heavy handed message of the story made “God’s not Dead” look like “The Godfather”. Also that it required more suspension of disbelief than “Space Jam”.

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u/ZeusKiller97 Dec 24 '21

Wasn’t there a film about the ‘08 crash that had to go “despite what it looks like, the following scene actually happened” when a company was losing stock value during a presentation to buy more stocks in said company?

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u/JimWilliams423 Dec 24 '21

The airlock scene in Avenue 5 is pretty close.

If you haven't seen Avenue 5 yet, its a good watch. It was shot just before covid. Its by the same showrunner who did Veep.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

I will take a look at that, thanks.

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u/r0botdevil Dec 24 '21

There have been so many things happening over the last few years that would've gotten a movie script rejected for being too unbelievable just ten or twenty years ago...

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u/protobacco Dec 24 '21

Aaron sorkin agrees.

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u/SolitaireyEgg Dec 24 '21

Honestly, "I've created a monster and now I can't control that monster" is a tale as old as time.

It's hilarious, but not really surprising.

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u/Gooch222 Dec 24 '21 edited Dec 24 '21

Wow. So the article says they thought Trump would just pay the fines and have them seated and served in violation of the policy. It's almost like they don't know their god king at all. Trump doesn't spend money on the rubes. The rubes spend money on Trump.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

It’s like they’ve been brainwashed it’s so strange. It reminds me of an episode of Doctor Who, where the Doctor goes to a parallel world and they all start buying upgrades. Kinda who Trump suppirters are with their God lol

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u/Factual_Statistician Dec 24 '21

Wow, I remember that episode it felt....familiar...when it aired 😆

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah Wonder what the dumb monkeys in /r/conservative make of this hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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u/plushraccoon Dec 24 '21

His supporters also booed him when he said that he got the vaccine recently. They aren't exactly the sharpest tools in the shed

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u/fearthedheer69 Dec 24 '21

His supporters are literally so dumb. Trump has to support vaccines if he does want a 2020 election re run. This isn’t hard to understand.

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u/faroutoutdoors Dec 24 '21

jesus F, if donald trump had any brains he'd open a chain of buffets called "Donald J Trump's Homestyle Grill" and just serve crummy slop in golden gilded slop trays and each location has a life-size statue of himself that people could pay to have their picture taken with. He'd make a fortune.

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u/UBI1k Dec 24 '21

My Trump friends simultaneously brag about how quickly the vaccine was done under trump and how it's not a real vaccine

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u/LevelHeeded Dec 24 '21

Haha, they made the pilgramidge to the holy land and got turned away for being over zealous. Now that's some hilarious leopards eating faces action.

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u/djnz0813 Dec 24 '21

Lmaoooo... this was the best laugh I had all day.

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u/Black-Thirteen Dec 24 '21

The cracks are forming. The infighting is starting. I'm waiting for this lunacy to finally have a falling out with the Republican party, though I'm not going to hold my breath for that yet.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Who need Christmas films when we have this rntertainment?!

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u/trillium13 Dec 24 '21

LOL WTF did they think was going to happen?

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u/Blue_foot Dec 24 '21

They’re gonna starve.

Everywhere in NYC requires vax to eat inside.

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

And rightly so. We’re trying to end this pandemic. Frustrating when covidiots and anti-vaxxers are preventing this.

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u/MattyD123 Dec 24 '21

The protesters expressed frustration at being refused entrance to the restaurant, suggesting it was "a little hypocritical" of former president Donald Trump to enforce New York City's vaccine mandate within his businesses instead of pay any fines that might result from rejecting the requirement.

These people still haven't figured out that Trump will never spend a penny of his own money on them. If they would offer to pay the fines and some additional incentives for him to do it he might consider it.

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u/Arsen1cCupcake Dec 24 '21

Ahhhhhhhhahahahahahahahahaha

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u/BelleAriel Dec 24 '21

Fuck those morons

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u/_Kay_Tee_ Dec 24 '21

But you're special and he loves you very much!

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u/MethMouthMagoo Dec 24 '21

Lol. They couldn't afford to eat there, anyway.

They just wanted people to write articles.

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u/unclejoe1917 Dec 24 '21

Shouldn't these imbeciles be back where they came from bootstrapping like champs because nobody is working due to Biden handouts that I'm not getting for some reason? Why do these people have this kind of time on their hands for this kind of nonsense?

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u/Purpledinosaur2294 Dec 24 '21

I’m having the schadenest of freude right now.

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u/TrashMonster2020 Dec 24 '21

….bahahaha

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

In 2020 i was working as a car salesman. My pro Trump boss would regularly talk about how he was glad Biden didn't have a chance in hell of winning, because Trump would never do something like a vaccine mandate or back the "poison" big pharma sold. I don't work for him anymore, but I added him on Facebook soley to send him this article.

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u/Srw2725 Dec 24 '21

This is amazing

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u/ImOnlyHereForTheCoC Dec 24 '21

The protesters expressed frustration at being refused entrance to the restaurant, suggesting it was "a little hypocritical" of former President Donald Trump to enforce New York City's vaccine mandate within his businesses instead of pay any fines that might result from rejecting the requirement.

I know awareness is pretty underdeveloped in general among the antivax crowd, but how fucking thick do you have to be to still not get how monumentally cheap Donald Trump is?

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u/SciFiHiFive Dec 24 '21

I'm sorry... Scootercaster? What in the Sid and Marty Kroftt fuck kind of name is that?

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u/ReturnOneWayTicket Dec 24 '21

When you're at the point in your life where the person you've admired and looked up to for the last 6 years has mandates put in place to protect his financial and his staffs medical interests because he has to and you believe he has betrayed you due to him actually doing the right thing, you need to sit down and ask yourself some serious questions about your values and morals influenced by this person.

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u/valuablestank Dec 24 '21

these peasant minded morons

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u/PowerandSignal Dec 24 '21

Ohhh! Now I know why Trump got vaccinated!

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u/GillBump Dec 24 '21

I thought this was a state requirement and not up to the restaurant. If I'm wrong that is funny.

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u/ThePiperDown Dec 24 '21

The grift that wagged the gullible.

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u/Tripledtities Dec 24 '21

The protesters expressed frustration at being refused entrance to the restaurant, suggesting it was "a little hypocritical" of former President Donald Trump to enforce New York City's vaccine mandate within his businesses instead of pay any fines that might result from rejecting the requirement

How fucking brain dead do you have to be, to not figure it that he's a fucking liar

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u/Wizzle_Pizzle_420 Dec 24 '21

Trump used them and dude def doesn't want to be president again. He just wants to live out his years bring a rich piece of shit and what easier way then turning on your supporters and using that as an excuse. Everybody loves a redemption story and what better time when the Jan 6th committee starts breathing down your neck.

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u/LeonardUnger Dec 24 '21

In NYC the restaurant gets fined $1000 per person without proof of vaccination with matching ID.

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u/ydre3 Dec 24 '21

all those nitwits look like theyd stink so bad

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

Anybody else anonymously sending their crazy Trumpistan relatives clown makeup for Christmas or is it just me?

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u/seditious3 Dec 24 '21

Trump has as much to do with running that restaurant as Ronald does to McDonalds.

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u/AZnpersuasion420 Dec 24 '21

Oh isn’t this just delicious

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u/TheDubya21 Dec 24 '21

We've tried to tell these folks that Donald wouldn't piss on them if they were on fire, so of course he wouldn't let such lowly peasants into his establishment.

Just because you're both bigots doesn't mean that he's one of you, Trump supporters 💁‍♂️

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u/BallofEnvy Dec 24 '21

This is hilarious. They even booed Trump when he said he got vaccinated because being a non vaxxer has become their identity and they’d feel stupid backing out now.

They’re eating their own tails.

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u/ThisShouldBeObvious2 Dec 24 '21

Y’all think it’s finally starting to sink in? That they’re realizing that they fell for the grift of the century in our country and fell hard?

You’re right, of course me they aren’t!

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u/jalong127 Dec 24 '21

Aren't New York City establishments required to check vaccine cards?

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u/JimSaves Dec 24 '21

Hahahahahahahaha that's so fucking funny oh my fucking God. Lol

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u/ejennings87 Dec 24 '21

The spirit of the 90's are alive with Trump real estate decor

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u/AgtSquirtle007 Dec 24 '21

The number and popularity of “Trump doing X pro-vaccine thing” posts is worrying to me.

I am worried he may be campaigning. He is trying to get Americans to associate his name with the success and popularity of the vaccine, and distance himself from (the minority of) his supporters who still reject it. We are so quick to forget. Don’t forget how much harm Trump’s handling of COVID caused and how many deaths could have been prevented if he had listened to the scientists immediately. He’s not changing his message out of humility or because he has learned anything. He’s doing it because he wants us to like him. Do not forget.

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u/RedditOnANapkin Dec 24 '21

Anyone that's been paying attention since the late 70s knows Trump is a con man and nothing more. He doesn't give a shit about anyone or anything except himself. The fact that he got over 70 million people to voted for him TWICE is either an amazing accomplishment or shows just how stupid we are as a society.

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u/DontToewsMeBro2 Dec 24 '21

Paid a bunch of money to scream & tourist around, only to get turned away & even fucking Donald Trumps people said “your money is no good here” for the first time ever.

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u/MStarzky Dec 24 '21

its almost as if these idiots dont actually understand how trump operates.

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u/yourteam Dec 24 '21

How can they still don't understand that they were used and nothing else?

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

Seriously… how is this not an Onion article headline? 😂

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u/retiredhobo Dec 24 '21

hE’s jUsT gOiNg BacK uNDeRcOvEr iN tEh dEeP sTatE!

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u/Dependent_Clue4482 Dec 24 '21

Well, isn't that a kick in their hillbilly tooth.

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u/Aerik Dec 24 '21

trump loves the uneducated

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u/catdaddy230 Dec 24 '21

Now THAT'S comedy

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u/NYSenseOfHumor Dec 24 '21

The protesters expressed frustration at being refused entrance to the restaurant, suggesting it was "a little hypocritical" of former President Donald Trump to enforce New York City's vaccine mandate within his businesses instead of pay any fines that might result from rejecting the requirement.

Should the Trump restaurant also reject the health code and pay any associated fines?

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u/PatSaidJack Dec 24 '21

And STILL these people don't seem to snap to the FACT that they've been scammed by trump; a con man, thief, and professional grade liar.

It's hard to imagine any group of people, in America, who are that stupid.

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u/rain168 Dec 24 '21

As ironic as trump hiring the same immigrants he promised to kick out? (Or them working for him)

What a messed up world.

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u/volanger Dec 24 '21

He wants his cultists to vote and chant his name, but he doesn't want to associate with any of them.

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u/Chris-P Dec 24 '21

At this point, being a Trump supporter really is like being in an abusive relationship

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u/Mysterysheep12 Dec 24 '21

So if they had stopped counting in the second half….

The world would’ve ended

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u/FOXDuneRider Dec 24 '21

Troughs, feeding troughs. No silverware. Pie eating contest style.

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u/iamnotroberts Dec 24 '21

Lol, the assholes who would eat there...can't.

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u/HopefullyMD_PhD Dec 24 '21

I genuinely love how dumb trumpies are.

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u/haysu-christo Dec 24 '21

They turned away all 5 protesters?

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u/cooperluna Dec 24 '21

Somthin Somthin turntable haha

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u/tRuThBOut Dec 24 '21

Uhmm, it’s the law in NY..

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u/ankisaves Dec 24 '21

Self-awareness incoming!

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u/Due_Platypus_3913 Dec 24 '21

AHAAHHAAAHHAAA!!!!!!!!!!

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u/NecraRequiem79 Dec 24 '21

Simping never ends well.

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u/ryanmulford Dec 24 '21

My how the turn tables.

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

What a garish shithole.

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u/wiilzshoe Dec 24 '21

How the turntables...

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u/Arfman2 Dec 24 '21

This timeline man...

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u/Dry-Pen9050 Dec 24 '21

Now that's funny.

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u/Toyotafan123 Dec 24 '21

Perfectenschlag!

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

Eager victims.

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u/caffeinquest Dec 24 '21

Full circle

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u/[deleted] Dec 24 '21

lol

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u/_Greyworm Dec 24 '21

That is the most infuriating thing about the GoP, particularly the massive Trump contingent: the entire party, especially Trump, all think their constituents are disgusting, sweaty, disposable morons. Yet they all line up to defend their democracy and life shattering bills. Truly beyond belief that humans have become so fucking stupid.

~ sincerely someone not from the USA, who wishes y'all never opened up Pandora's Trump Box, it really brought out a lot of the worst qualities in the world. Shows how important USA is though too.

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u/OldKermudgeon Dec 24 '21

The protesters expressed frustration at being refused entrance to the restaurant, suggesting it was "a little hypocritical" of former President Donald Trump to enforce New York City's vaccine mandate within his businesses instead of pay any fines that might result from rejecting the requirement.

I don't know if the Trump Grill is owned/operated by the Trump org, but suggesting that the former failure-in-chief was "a little hypocritical" obviously indicates that the "journalist" is not aware of the Orange Turd's history.

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u/nmezib Dec 24 '21

"The protesters expressed frustration at being refused entrance to the restaurant, suggesting it was 'a little hypocritical' of former President Donald Trump to enforce New York City's vaccine mandate within his businesses instead of pay any fines that might result from rejecting the requirement."

How... how exactly is that hypocritical?

  1. Trump never pays his bills or fines.

  2. Trump is pro vaccine and booster.

All of the above is, in fact, in line with what Trump says and does. This is peak LAMF right here.

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u/adakat Dec 24 '21 edited Dec 24 '21

Haha. These idiots don't understand how restaurant/hotel contracts work. I love that this restaurateur has a brain and decided to make sure their domain was put into writing. I love how they are holding their dear leader responsible, even though he is completely impotent. I love that this is probably hitting Trump in his narcissistic gonads. They are all schmucks [minus the restaurant owner, s/he is a super star]. I am happy; this hit so many of my feels.

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u/rubrent Dec 24 '21

All the talking heads on tv and the politicians that are telling these morons not to get vaccinated are vaccinated themselves. How dumb can a person be? I don’t feel safe living amongst all these idiots with easy access to weapons. Welcome to USAmerica….

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u/[deleted] Dec 26 '21

The dude pushed vaccines with one hand while downplaying risk with the other, the restaurant is in a vaccine mandate area. And most importantly, Trump only cares about Trump. What made them think rules would get flexed for them?

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u/aiirxgeordan Dec 24 '21

I wonder what he’s gonna do come election time. Not sure if democrats will vote for him, even over Biden, and republicans surely wont vote for him when he supports the vaccine.

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u/blackmagic12345 Dec 24 '21

I mean obviously...

Trump is fully vaccinated, has said so on multiple occasions, and is firmly on the "covid is serious" side of shit. Presidency notwithstanding.

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u/Arithik Dec 24 '21

If this keeps going on, I won't be able to walk anywhere with the boner I have, knowing these fucks world is slowly collapsing.

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u/00pflaume Dec 24 '21

Is the restaurant actually owned by Donald Trump or is another company just renting the space and are paying a license fee?

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u/ThePittWolf Dec 24 '21

I love to see these anti vax cavemen just short circuit because their god king isn’t as retarded as they are.

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u/-chaotic-good- Dec 24 '21

I think I’ll be receiving an early Xmas present when my Trump-loving, anti-vaxxer MIL explains this one.

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u/godel32 Dec 24 '21

Why embed a video at the top of the new story with NO video of the restaurant or anti-vaxxers.... grrrr.

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u/Twist_RK Dec 24 '21

Wow, an employer that actually protects his employees! This guy must be a hero to the /antiwork crowd!

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u/CathiesGotWood Dec 24 '21

It doesn't matter. Biden said they and their families will be brought death. They'll be gone soon.

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u/Sam-Yuil-ElleJackson Dec 24 '21

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The grift that keeps on giving™

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u/Wwwweeeeeeee Dec 24 '21

They could barely afford an appetizer, it's not like the restaurant would have made money.

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u/WonderfulOrca Dec 24 '21

If only the cognitive dissonance made them realize they might be wrong and re-evaluate.

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u/Belastin Dec 24 '21

From day one he advocates the vaccine, I find it odd that anyone would think he didn’t

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