Dr. Marc Siegel, a regular contributor at Fox News, is back in the news again for making outlandish suggestions concerning mandatory vaccinations.
Siegel reportedly told Tucker Carlson the other day that children who do not get vaccinated for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) should wear a yellow pin indicating that they are not to be hugged for alleged safety reasons.
Similar to the infamous yellow star patch that Jews had to wear in Nazi Germany, the yellow pins that Siegel believes are necessary accessories for unvaccinated children contain the words “No Hugs Please” with a red line slashed through them.
The pin is basically a warning to others that the child wearing it has not been jabbed with Big Pharma chemicals, and is thus an “unsafe” individual who should be avoided, shunned and deprived of normal human affection.
“Here’s one other thing we have to do, sadly: ‘No Hugs Please,'” Siegel explained to Carlson, who glared back at him with that iconic disapproving look.
“Now, if you look at this pin, Tucker, it looks like something you might remember: ‘No Smoking Please.’ Let’s give our kids all of these pins, ‘No Hugs Please,’ sadly, but I’m going to say this, with this pin, or shirts, ‘No Hugs Please,’ we’re going to get 26 candidates for a vaccine coming out in the clinical trials right now.”
According to Siegel, once these vaccines “emerge,” society will finally be able to “beat this thing, and then [the pin] is going to go in the garbage.” Until that time, all children should be avoided, according to Siegel. And those who do not get these future Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) will have to be avoided forever while they walk around branded as untouchables.
Once everyone gets vaccinated, Siegel contends, society can go back to normal and “we’re all going to hug each other.” But this is contingent upon everyone getting vaccinated, and parents showing their children “courage” by leading the way.
“They’re looking to parents for leadership,” Siegel trailed off during his rant. “Leadership says, open the schools wherever we can, Tucker.”
After Siegel was finished, Tucker responded quite simply with: “I don’t know if I can go there; I’m a hugger. Sorry.”
The whole thing almost seemed like some kind of parody, were it not for Siegel’s extensive history of trying to force people to get vaccinated through bizarre and authoritarian means.
Just last year, Siegel appeared on Fox News to declare that people who refuse vaccines should be prosecuted and put in jail, including doctors who issue vaccination exemptions to young children.
This is par for the course at Fox News, by the way, which for many years has aggressively pushed pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines as the only solution to disease.
Fox has repeatedly published hit pieces and aired hit segments against those who question vaccine safety and effectiveness. The so-called conservative network routinely uses terminology like “anti-vaccination propaganda” and “anti-vaxxer hysteria” to denigrate parents who dare to dig a little deeper down the rabbit hole.
“Nature would already have beaten this virus if power-mad and money-mad globalists had allowed it,” wrote one National File commenter. “The creepy little yellow badges from the creepy so-called medical expert are a morbid sign of the times.”
“The doctor is a Jew,” wrote another about Siegel. “I wonder how his relatives felt walking around Nazi territory with THEIR badges on. Massively stupid move.”
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