Boston has a new common sense policy:
Of course, this was instantly greeted with an absolutely typical bit of self-absorbed sociopathic narcissism over at Facebook:
Looks like 1930’s Germany and the Star of David.
It is a credit to the Jewish people that every Jew who hears such filthy self-pitying exploitation of the agonies of their parents and grandparents does not immediately punch every mouth that dares to say things like that.
I said as much to the person who wrote this, adding,
“Having to show some consideration for the health of other people is exactly like being gassed and incinerated” is something so intensely juvenile and selfish that only an American conservative Christian of the early 21st century could say it. And when people laugh in your face with scorn and disgust, only your sect of self-pitying bullies could believe yourselves persecuted for that richly deserved response.
To which the person responsible for the outrage doubled down with still more self-pity:
Does an unvaccinated person still have the right to hold a job to support their families and food if they are poor? The demand for proof of vaccination to have a job or go to a restaurant is creating an underclass so to speak without the same rights the vaccinated have.
The selfish do not have a right to spread disease to the innocent and vulnerable. Unless there is a legit medical reason somebody cannot be vaccinated, the rest of us do not owe people like you a job or the right to come into public spaces and infect the vulnerable. Grow up.