MSNBC and CNN rolled out a doom and gloom docs Thursday morning who warned Americans not to get overly optimistic about a Covid vaccine because we are in for a “decades-long battle.”

CNN’s doom and gloom doc has a message for Americans: “Christmas should not be fun this year.”

Don’t have fun this year. Don’t celebrate with family because of a flu with a 99.98% survival rate.

“Christmas should not be fun this year, okay? This should be part of the negative 2020 that we’ve had,” Dr. Andrew Pastewski said Thursday morning on CNN.

Dr. Pastewski said Americans need to do just “little more work” — “a little more mask wearing, a little more staying at home..and we’ll get there.”

“15 days to flatten the curve” in March and we are still being told “just a little bit longer” as we head into 2021.

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MSNBC’s Dr. William Haseltine promoted his books on COVID as he fear-mongered.

Dr. Haseltine doesn’t want Americans to forget about COVID and go on with their lives because he has books to sell.

“We need to follow the rules and we are not following the rules,” the doctor said as he warned people against “vaccine euphoria.”

“I think in the next few weeks that we have our own homegrown strains, and we have to start thinking about adjusting the vaccines. So this is probably going to be much more like a decades-long battle that we have with the flu than a once and done battle that we’ve had with polio,” he said.

“15 days to slow the spread” turned into “lockdown orders until we have a vaccine” to “even with a vaccine we need to wear masks and stay home for decades.”


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