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Kiss frontman Gene Simmons is a tangled up man when it comes to politics. He has described himself both as “an avowed democratic capitalist” and as a “social-liberal / equal rights and fiscal / foreign policy conservative” (see Tweet below). He voted for Obama, according to Rolling Stone, but was then dissatisfied with his vote “in many ways.” He also once said of Trump, “He’s good for the political system. ”

But one thing on which it is clear: anti-vaccines are the enemy.

“If you are willing to walk among us without being vaccinated, you are an enemy,” he said on “TalkShopLive” Wednesday.

He and his teammate Paul Stanley were both infected with groundbreaking cases of Covid-19 over the summer, while his 53-year-old and over 20-year-old guitar technician Francis Stueber died from the virus in October.

“I don’t care about your political beliefs. You are not allowed to infect anyone just because you think you have rights that are illusory, ”he continued. “You don’t have the right to pass a red light – in fact, the government has the right to tell you to stop. “

“If they tell you that you can’t smoke in a building, you can’t smoke in a building. And it’s not because they want to take away your rights – it’s because the rest of us hate it. We don’t want to smell your smoke.

“I don’t want to catch your disease. I don’t want to risk my life just because you want to pass a red light. This whole idea, this crazy, evil idea that you can do whatever you want and the rest of the world be damned is really terrible.

“For God’s sake, if I have to yawn in your presence, I will put my hand in front of my mouth,” he said. “Yawning is not a life threatening event. Having COVID can be a life threatening event, and I don’t want to catch it. “


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