COVID-19 Vaccine

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a dissenting opinion on Thursday that included a misleading claim that the fetuses of aborted children are in the COVID-19 vaccines in response to a vote upholding a vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in New York.

Apparently, public health specialists aren’t the only ones who are fed up with Spotify‘s relationship with popular podcaster Joe Rogan, who constantly proves to his fans and the world that he knows accurate medical information like Donald Trump knows how elections work and proper sun tanning consistency.

As cases of COVID-19 and its variants continue to crop up around the world, the third dose of this particular vaccine shows promise of mitigating worsening conditions.

The Brooklyn Nets issued a statement on Tuesday (October 12) that they'll be sitting the All-Star guard until he complies with New York's citywide vaccination rules.


What's more interesting is that Wiggins got the Johnson & Johnson shot which studies show isn't exactly the best vaccine on the market and actually has more side effects than the Pfizer and Moderna options.


Well, he's not wrong. Should Kyrie continue to refuse to get the jab he can end up losing up to $17.5 million in lost paychecks.


We're clearly still in the midst of a global pandemic, and should move accordingly. Comedian and actor Chris Rock revealed that he has tested positive for COVID-19.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of people out there, of all demographics and non-medical-field-related professions, who have decided to approach this pandemic and the subject of vaccines by trusting their research from the prestigious University of YouTube over the actual medical research of actual medical professionals and scientists.


Half Baked star and former Saturday Night Live cast member Jim Breuer appeared on Tucker Carlson's FOX News show, pretty much confirming that he was an Op all along. The comedian sat down with the alleged journalist to "discuss" his anti-vax stance, and it was all bad. 

As previously reported, earlier this week the "Seeing Green" rapper shared some thoughts regarding the COVID-19 vaccine before tweeting a wild claim regarding her cousin's friend's testicles. 


icki Minaj is doing battle on the "wrong-est" of hills, with no sign of ever reading the room. The Queens rapper retweeted FOX News host, and certified white supremacist Op, Tucker Carlson when he commented on her tweet about her cousin's friend allegedly getting a swollen scrotum due to a dose of a COVID-19, and it only got worse from there.

Because Twitter can rarely resist a joke at all costs, the social media network has flipped Minaj's tale and has #MyCousinTookTheVaccine trending.