Sarah Palin goes on a bizarre diatribe: She has NOT had the vaccine because she ‘believes in science’

Sarah Palin, 57, revealed she has not been given the COVID vaccine and claims it is because she believes in science that she missed the shot.

The former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate explained her rationale for not getting vaccinated during her Thursday night appearance on Fox New’s talk show, Gutfeld!

“I’m one of those white conservatives with common sense,” she began, “I believe in science and I didn’t take the chance.”

She joked about shots before going further in her explanation and calling on Fauci in her defense of receiving the vaccine, claiming she has natural immunity.

“One, because the waitress never came back to ask me if I was ready for that shot.”

“Two because I believed in science and faucism back then was that if you’ve had COVID, I’ve had COVID, well then mother nature created an immunity in me.”

Sarah Palin, 57, revealed she didn’t get the COVID vaccine, ‘I believe in science and I didn’t take the shot’, claiming she has natural immunity because she had COVID

Palin insisted she didn't need the vaccine because she had COVID, 'mother nature created an immunity in me'

Palin insisted she didn’t need the vaccine because she had COVID, ‘mother nature created an immunity in me’

Fauci has repeatedly stated that those who are infected should still receive the vaccine for maximum protection against COVID.

dr. Drew Pinsky, who was also a guest on the show, jumped up and claimed that people with antibodies to having COVID were “27 times” less likely than vaccinated to contract the Delta variant.

Pinsky referred to a study in Israel that found that people who had been previously diagnosed with COVID were much less likely to contract Delta, develop symptoms, or be hospitalized than vaccinated people who had never had COVID.

An article published by Science.org titled ‘Having SARS-CoV-2 once provides much greater immunity than a vaccine, but vaccination remains vital,’ discusses the Israeli study.

While the study demonstrates the power of the human immune system, it further shows that people who previously had COVID and received one dose of the vaccine were “better protected against reinfection” than people who had COVID and did not receive the injection.

The study’s conclusion did not question the need for previously infected people to get the vaccine in full, but suggested that those people may only need one dose instead of two.

however, the CDC cited a study showing that unvaccinated people previously diagnosed with COVID were 2 times more likely than vaccinated people to be re-infected.

The study conducted in the United States pointed to ‘the benefit of vaccination for previously infected individuals’.

As of September 9, more than 177 million Americans have been fully vaccinated. This number includes about 63 percent of all eligible Americans (over the age of 12), 65 percent of adults, and 82 percent of seniors.

More than 99 percent of those affected by COVID in 2021 have not been vaccinated.

As of September 9, more than 177 million Americans have been fully vaccinated.  Vaccines remain the most effective protection against COVID

As of September 9, more than 177 million Americans have been fully vaccinated. Vaccines remain the most effective protection against COVID

On September 17, the US confirmed 672,635 deaths related to COVID complications

On September 17, the US confirmed 672,635 deaths related to COVID complications

More than 99 percent of those affected by COVID in 2021 have not been vaccinated

More than 99 percent of those affected by COVID in 2021 have not been vaccinated

Palin announced last month that she could consider a candidate for the Senate in 2022

Palin announced last month that she could consider a candidate for the Senate in 2022

While Palin may not have plans to get the COVID vaccine, she did announce last month that she may jump back into politics with a Senate bid in 2022.

Palin would face incumbent Lisa Murkowski, who has held the position since 2002 and is the second-highest Republican woman in the Senate.

“If God wants me to do it, I will,” Palin told a conservative Christian crowd in Pasadena, California, on July 22, after New Apostolic Reformation leader Ché Ahn asked her if she planned to do it. was running for the Senate seat.

“What I would do if I announced is say you know what, you guys better be there for me this time because a lot of people weren’t there for me last time and that’s why I got beat up in character,” Palin said. .

She also defended her decision to turn the government over to Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell when she resigned as governor in 2009 after three years. She believed Parnell adheres to the same conservative values ​​as she does and that she would carry on her legacy.

After she and presidential candidate John McCain lost in 2008, Palin said she was inundated with ethical investigations, FOIA requests and media criticism that eventually led her to step down as governor of Alaska.

“The Obama administration has sent their flying monkeys,” she said. ‘ . . . it has brought our administration to a standstill. Every email, every conversation was scrutinized. So there is a difference between stopping and saying enough is enough.’

Palin remained under the radar after her resignation, but came back into the public eye in March 2020 when she was revealed as the bear in an episode of Fox’s The Masked Singer.

The self-proclaimed Alaskan “hockey mom” stunned the entire panel after performing Sir Mix-a-Lot’s blatantly sexual hip-hop song Baby Got Back from 1992.

Palin stepped back from the spotlight several years ago, but recently appeared on Fox's The Masked Singer with Sir Mix-a-Lot's Baby Got Back

Palin stepped back from the spotlight several years ago, but recently appeared on Fox’s The Masked Singer with Sir Mix-a-Lot’s Baby Got Back

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