Rock icon Gene Simmons shreds ‘delusional’ anti-vaccines: ‘You are an enemy’

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Rock icon Gene Simmons shreds ‘delusional’ anti-vaccines: ‘You are an enemy’


The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gene Simmons of Kiss has torn apart those who refuse to get vaccinated to protect themselves against COVID-19.

“If you are willing to walk among us without getting vaccinated, you are an enemy,” he told TalkShopLive.

Simmons, 72, explained that it was not a matter of politics.
“You are not allowed to infect anyone just because you think you have illusory rights,” he said, then offered other examples:

“You are not allowed to pass a red light. In fact, the government has the right to tell you to stop. You have to put on the seat belt. 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.

Likewise, people don’t want to get sick from someone else.
“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,” he added.
He compared those who don’t take the virus seriously to the flat Earthlings who claim millions of deaths have been caused by other conditions.
– No, bitch, he said. “They died because they contracted COVID. ”
Then he appeared to shoot Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who was reluctant to get the shot, caught the coronavirus and then spread misinformation about the vaccine.
“I don’t care if you play football or not, stay away from evil people who don’t care about your health,” Simmons warned.
Simmons and Kiss frontman Paul Stanley both contracted coronavirus shortly after the band resumed touring this summer.
Both had been vaccinated, and Simmons praised the vaccines for making sure they would have an easier time fighting off the infection.
“The vaccine saved my life” he tweeted this week.
Stanley said his own infection was mild, “and let me tell you… that kicked my ass. ”
Francis Stueber, however, a longtime member of the band’s touring team, also caught the virus and died in October.

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