Democrat city leaders are flummoxed by billboards going up around San Antonio urging drivers not to be bullied into being vaccinated.
Billboards commissioned by the Minnesota-based Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom tell motorists straightforward, “Don’t Be Bullied. Make an Informed Choice.”
The group explains on their website the campaign’s intent is “raising awareness and building resistance to the vaccination mandates that are currently being used as an effort to coerce Americans into submitting to the ‘jab’.”
The group has put up billboards in Minnesota, Idaho, Wisconsin and now Texas.
The innocuous message was met with hysteria by local politicians, who questioned the people behind the sign.
Democrat San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg claimed the organization obviously has a “political agenda.”
“I haven’t met anybody who said that. If they feel that way, I’d love to visit about that because what you’re hearing in terms about people encouraging others to get vaccinated is to protect the health of person and the people around them,” Nirenberg said in a statement obtained by KVUE.
“(It) certainly raises questions when an organization out of Minnesota has interest in buying San Antonio billboards. Clearly, they have a political agenda.”
Bexar County Precinct 2 Commissioner Justin Rodriguez, also a Democrat, claimed the organization behind the sign were the real bullies.
“We are, I think, singularly on a mission to defeat this pandemic, to beat COVID. We know the way to do that is to get vaccinated,” Rodriguez said.
“Our message to the bullies is sometimes you got to punch a bully in the face, but at this point, the way to do that by punching back is getting the vaccination.”
Of course, the actual bullying is the coercion coming from the federal government’s imposition of vaccine mandates via OSHA and the Labor Department, which is requiring vaccines for all private sector companies with over 100 employees and all federal workers.
“Bullying is taking place despite the fact that people who have gotten the shot are still getting sick,” the organization states. “According to the CDC, there have been well over 6,700 deaths reported to VAERS after vaccination, while the independently-created OpenVAERS lists the number of deaths at around 13,608.”
Earlier this week, pro-vax bullies were up in arms after pop singer Nicki Minaj recounted a vaccine horror story and encouraged her followers to make an informed decision on the vaccine, saying, “make sure you’re comfortable with ur decision, not bullied.”