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Everybody’s favorite Lincoln driver, Matthew McConaughey, has hit the brakes on vaccinating his three children for COVID. The acclaimed actor is vaccinated, but he calls cries for children to be vaccinated “scary” and plans to cruise along as-is, despite the CDC’s outrageous suggestion to jab children aged 5-11.
“We go slow on vaccinations anyway, even before COVID,” McConaughey said Tuesday during a livestream interview with the New York Times, as part of their DealBook Summit.
Matthew McConaughey, who is vaccinated, says he won’t vaccinated his kids … yet.@andrewrsorkin: “Why don’t you want your kids to be vaccinated?”
MM: “We go slow on vaccinations anyway … I still want to find out more information.” pic.twitter.com/0BYGZubhs1
— The Recount (@therecount) November 10, 2021
McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves have three children, ages 13, 11 and 8, and the couple currently has no plans to subject their children to a vaccine pushed by the CDC and Big Pharma.
“I couldn’t mandate having to vaccinate the younger kids. I still want to find out more information,” said McConaughey.
McConaughey, 52, is vaccinated, as is his wife and 90-year-old mother, whom he says is immunocompromised. Their decision to vaccinate was not based on any mandates, it was a personal choice.
“I’m vaccinated. Wife’s vaccinated. Didn’t do it because somebody told me I had to, chose to do it,” the actor said. “Mom is vaccinated three times, still, it’s not created any antibodies for it. She’s the one we’re really trying to protect.”
Coronabros should buckle up. Otherwise, McConaughey, who’s eager for more information to be made available (good luck with that), will have them all revved up.
“It’s scary,” McConaughey said in reference to vaccine mandates for kids via DealBook Summit. “Right now, I’m not vaccinating mine, I’ll tell you that. I’m not vaccinating mine.”
Well, alright, alright, alright then.
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