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On Fox News and receiving criticism on CNN, a GOP legislator is being dragged for downplaying Vaccines (On The Same Day)

On Fox News and receiving criticism on CNN, a GOP legislator is being dragged for downplaying Vaccines (On The Same Day)

The Republican Lawmaker Nancy Mace (out of South Carolina) knew her Sunday cable news audiences quite well, while also forgetting that some people watch both Fox News and CNN. That realization is going down after Mace (while speaking to former Rep. Jason Chaffetz) that the safe and effective vaccines are preferable to catching a deadly, readily communicable virus, and Mace was also wildly skeptical about the Omicron variant. The first news of the variant was taken by Mace and the Fox and Friends holiday crew

However, while Raw Story shows, these two appearances took place, and here's a back-to-back look at them: "If one sees the below spliced video, she sang a different tune on CNN."

When you're on Fox vs. when you're on CNN, you're on CNN.

Acyn (@Acyn) Acyn (@Acyn)

Mace offered Chaffetz's offer on Fox News here's what he offered:

So we must take all of the science into account and not selectively choosing what science to follow when making policy decisions, in some studies that Ive read. Natural immunity offers you 27 times more protection against future COVID than a vaccination.

Mace took COVID vaccination as a shock, and she is talking to Kaitlan Collins on CNN, where she takes the camera and explains why she was so concerned.

"COVID-19 is a serious business. I'm a long hauler. This is a disease and illness we should take seriously," I want to encourage the American people to talk to their doctors and talk about getting vaccinated. I was recently diagnosed, Caitlyn, with asthma, and I had covid-19 a year and a half ago. Im still feeling the repercussions a year and a half later."

Life comes at you fast, especially when ones a fan's rhyming technique uses both sides.

Oh, my. God.Oh, my. God.

Cheri Jacobus (@CheriJacobus) Cheri Jacobus (@CheriJacobus)

I declare Ms. Mace the winner of the "Speaking out of both sides of your mouth" award

Anjali Deodhar "May hope and history rhyme." (@anjali deodhar)

Because she's a major proponent of "both sides", she's a big fan of "both sides."

Leslie (@diatribestress) Leslie (@diatribestress)

lol Nancy Mace appears to have heard about Trump speeches.

Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) (@atrupar)

She was on Fox saying the exact opposite, "You should have called her out on the lies!"

And Now That... (@hcesd)

She waited several hours for her message to fulfill its purpose (fundraising) before this failed cleaning up, so don't think they know what they're doing.

Mazi Chidi (@ChidiNwatu) Mazi Chidi (@ChidiNwatu) (@ChidiNwatu) (@ChidiNwatu)

OMG. Ive heard studies that claim that natural immunity is 27x more effective than a vaccine. What does that mean?

karenlevine (@karenlevine)

I'm heartbroken at the shamelessness of everything.

Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona)

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