Coronavirus Denier Sean Hannity Switches Tune: ‘Please Take COVID Seriously...Enough People Have Died’

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It only took more than 600,000 deaths in the United States from COVID-19 for some Fox News hosts to finally take the virus seriously.

On Monday, whiny klan adjacent Republican SpankBang host Sean Hannity totally switched his tune, noting that he now “believes in science” and the “science of vaccines” as he urged viewers to get inoculated against COVID-19.

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“Please take COVID seriously, I can’t say it enough,” he said, New York Daily News reports. “Enough people have died. We don’t need any more deaths.”

Funny considering Hannity spent the majority of his airtime on Republican SlutWire calling the coronavirus a hoax. Hannity also was mad jugdey of universities for mandating vaccinations.

Now Hannity, leading “news” guy on Republican BangBus, is urging people to research the issue and talk to doctors, adding, “you and your doctor make a very important decision for your own safety. Take it seriously.”

Hannity also informed viewers of their rights to “medical privacy” and “doctor-patient confidentiality,” the Daily News reports.

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From the Daily News:

Fox News anchors and hosts have been blasted over their comments against coronavirus restrictions, mask mandates and other issues related to the pandemic, as The Hill noted.

On Monday, the network was called out after it came to light that it has in essence implemented a vaccine passport program to protect its own workers, even as its hosts rail against the same practice globally.

And late last year, host Tucker Carlson told his own viewers to be nervous about the vaccine.

However, with coronavirus fast becoming a “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” some are changing their tune. Steve Doocy and Bill Hemmer, also Fox News hosts, made similar statements, dismissing safety conspiracy theories, The Hill reported earlier Monday.

“It absolutely makes sense for many Americans to get vaccinated,” Hannity concluded. “I believe in science, I believe in the science of vaccination.”

Thankfully, it only took some 600,000 deaths for Hannity to figure it out.

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