'Rona Madness

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern: 'There's Not Going To Be An Endpoint To This Vaccination Program'


New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has stated that she will not “ever be satisfied so long as there’s someone who hasn’t choosed [sic]” to take multiple vaccines and booster shots, and said of vaccinate people who have not taken boosters shots, “we really need them to to come back or we’re going to go to them.”

“So long as there’s people who are eligible who haven’t gotten vaccinated, we still have work to do,” Ardern said, later adding, “No, I don’t think I’ll ever be satisfied so long as there’s someone who hasn’t choosed [sic], who, you know, is eligible, and that’s what I said, there’s not going to be an endpoint to this vaccination program.”

Ardern also appeared to hint that the government would go door-to-door forcing people who already received the vaccine to get booster shots, stating “we really need them to to come back [to take the booster shot] or we’re going to go to them.”

The New Zealand PM stormed out of a press conference in November after being asked tough questions about the vaccine:

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“Why is the vaccine not working in Israel?” the man asked. “And you are still pushing it,” he continued before Ardern began threatening to shut the press conference down, informing him that only “accredited reporters” approved by the left-wing government may report the news in New Zealand.

“I’m going to answer the questions of the accredited media,” Ardern said. “I will shut down the press conference if you do not cease.”

Ardern went on to apologize to the corporate media members before storming off and ending the press conference. Ardern also remarked that the press conference would be rescheduled, and held at an indoor location so that authorities could better control access.

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