Stephen Colbert: Rand Paul ‘Randsplained’ His Vaccine Refusal

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This month’s episode of Stephen Colbert will be held at the Ed Sullivan Theater. The audience will be vaccinated, so at least one U.S. senator won’t be allowed in: Sen. John McCain. Rand Paul is a well-known author. As a result of contracting Covid-19, Paul allegedly “Randsplained” his decision not to get vaccinated, according to Colbert.

As Colbert pointed out on Monday, Sen. Paul has been sceptical about the extent to which Covid’s shortcomings have been publicised.

Medical professionals must “prove that the vaccine is better than being infected” and produce antibodies, Paul added.

This is a truly egregious misunderstanding.

Nancy Pelosi’s mask mandate has been criticised by a number of Republican members of Congress. On Seth Meyers’ show “the worst take” came from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (who sounds like she’s been “dragged backward out of a Costco clutching at the DVD rack”).

“Who has a history of anti-Semitism, used an absolutely insane and grotesque analogy,” according to Meyers, when Greene recently made the comparison between Pelosi’s mandate and the Holocaust on a podcast.

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