Donald Trump is booed for what he said in his last public appearance in Alabama

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  • Donald Trump was booed at a rally in Alabama for what he told his supporters.
  • They didn’t like the message of the former president of the United States.

There’s no doubt that the coronavirus is here to stay, after the year 2020 was affected by the pandemic, which made the whole world suffer from serious consequences and millions of people lost relatives or loved ones. For this reason, in 2021 the COVID vaccine has been applied to the majority of citizens.

But there is a certain number of people who don’t believe in vaccination as a way to avoid contracting the coronavirus. A clear example was seen at a rally in Alabama, where former United States President Donald Trump was booed by those present when he told them to get vaccinated, according to NBC News.

Donald Trump asks his followers to get vaccinated

Donald Trump booed shots
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It was during a rally in the state of Alabama, where Republican Donald Trump asked his followers to get vaccinated to prevent the spread of this deadly virus that has affected the entire world. At these words, the boos were present for the ex-president.

“And you know what? I totally believe in your freedoms. I do. You have to do what you have to do. But I recommend: get vaccinations. I did. It’s okay. Get your vaccines ”, were the words of the former president of the United States that generated the boos of his followers.

Donald Trump booed vaccinations: Republican is booed

Donald Trump booed vaccinations: Republican is booed
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Some boos sounded from the crowd at the event, noting that a large number of people present were not wearing their masks. Undoubtedly some people remain firm in their belief not to get vaccinated to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.

After hearing the boos, Trump said a few words to opponents of the mask and vaccine mandates: “No, that’s fine. It’s okay. You got your freedoms. But it turns out that I get the vaccine. If it doesn’t work, you’ll be the first to know. Agree? I’ll call Alabama, say, hey, you know what? But it is working. But you have your freedoms that you must keep. You have to keep that, ”he added.

Donald Trump Booed Vaccines: Increase in Positive Cases

Donald Trump Booed Vaccines: Increase in Positive Cases
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The state of Alabama is experiencing an increase in COVID cases and hospitalizations due to the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus. It is precisely in Cullman, where the Trump event was held, where it is experiencing an increase in cases that has equaled its previous peak in late December.

It is worth mentioning that the city declared a COVID state of emergency last Thursday, to provide additional emergency support for the demonstration. Despite this situation, hundreds of people who attended the meeting did not wear a mask and did not follow the health measures.

Donald Trump Booed Vaccines: Lowest Vaccination Rate

Donald Trump Booed Vaccines: Lowest Vaccination Rate
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Alabama has the lowest vaccination rate in the US, with just over 36 percent of its population fully inoculated. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, Republican, has said that “unvaccinated people” are to blame for the resurgence of COVID in the state.

A vaccine tracking survey released earlier this August found Republicans to be the second least likely demographic to get vaccinated, just above uninsured Americans under 65.

Ally of the former president dies

Ally of the former president dies
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Even a few days ago Pressley Stutts, an ally of the former president of the United States, Donald Trump, and a fervent anti-mask, died of coronavirus, after entering a hospital, along with his wife. According to information published by some local media, the president of the Republican Party in the county of South Carolina died on August 19, after spending almost 20 days in the hospital with his partner.

The ally of the former president always expressed his rejection of the use of masks, as a measure against the coronavirus, was one of the main critics of the restrictions that were imposed to stop COVID infections in the United States. It was the Pressley Stutts family who, through a Facebook post, confirmed the unfortunate news. Through this network, Donald Trump’s ally shared his rejection against the use of masks, the vaccine and anti-COVID tests.

They mourn their loss

They mourn their loss
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On his position on the situation that generated the appearance of the covid in the United States and its restrictions, the politician Pressley Stutts said: “People should be free to receive the vaccines they want and free not to receive them. But what is happening now is discrimination ”.

On social media some people mourned his departure: “Oh no, I am deeply sorry for the profound loss of (Pressley) Pressley, a wonderful and patriotic man I was fortunate to meet. Prayers to his family and friends ”. Filed Under: Donald Trump Booed Vaccinations.

“This is tragic”

"This is tragic"
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On Republican Pressley Stutts’ page, more comments were received regarding his passing: “I am praying for the family during this difficult time! Pressley was a great fighter for Liberty and we will miss him! ”, And“ This is tragic. Praying for his wife, his family and all those who loved and respected him!

“RIP my friend. Condolences to Patty and the family. For his new friends who didn’t know it, Pressley owned a restaurant in Mooresville years ago and would open it at his expense on Thanksgiving to serve free meals. You will be sorely missed, ”wrote another person. Filed Under: Donald Trump Booed Vaccinations.

Wear masks in schools

Wear masks in schools
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Precisely on the use of masks, this August 20, 2021 it was reported that millions of students in Florida, Texas and Arizona are now forced to wear the mask to enter class, in school districts where the Democratic administrative boards have imposed the measure of protection despite resistance from Republican governors.

All three states are experiencing a rebound in the virus due to the contagious delta variant, and school boards in Miami, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix and other cities argue that masks protect students as well as teachers and administrative staff. Filed Under: Donald Trump Booed Vaccinations.

“It’s not a game”

"It's not a game"
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Such districts use as an argument the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which recommends that everyone – students, teachers and administrators – wear a mask, whether they are vaccinated or not.

“This (the virus) is not a game,” said Marcia Andrews, a member of the Palm Beach County Florida school board. “I do not want one of the boys to die,” he added in comments published by the Palm Beach Post. Filed Under: Donald Trump Booed Vaccinations.

They argue their position

They argue their position
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The aforementioned governors insist that masks impede education and do little to prevent contagion. They say the rules violate every parent’s right to decide the best way to protect their children.

“Texans and not the government will be the ones who decide the best practices to protect the health of children, and that is why they will not be forced to wear masks in public schools or in public administration headquarters,” said the governor of Texas Greg Abbott, by prohibiting making wearing the mask mandatory. Filed Under: Donald Trump Booed Vaccinations.

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