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Ex-Bush Speechwriter Urges Putting Unvaccinated Last in Line for Medical Care

(by Calvin Freiburger | LifeSite News) – As debate continues to rage over COVID-19 vaccines and the broader state of pandemic healthcare, sympathizers with the medical establishment have grown bolder in their advocacy of denying basic treatment to those who do not follow their preferred choices.

David Frum, a former speechwriter for President George W. Bush and American Enterprise Institute fellow and current MSNBC contributor and senior editor of The Atlantic, raised eyebrows over the weekend by suggesting that hospitals be allowed to “quietly triage emergency care” so that the “malignant minority” that declines the COVID shots for moral reservations and/or safety concerns is served “last”:

Frum, who is far from the first prominent media figure to advocate such “triage,” elicited hundreds of disgusted replies from people horrified at the prospect of using the medical system to effectively punish people for disfavored choices, with potentially life-altering or life-ending consequences:

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