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'It's just sad at this point': Bill Kristol wonders if he missed all the articles in National Review promoting the COVID vaccine

National Review on Friday published a piece arguing that the way to persuade those resistant to getting the COVID-19 vaccine is not to ridicule them. Michael Brendan Dougherty writes about convincing the skeptics, and apparently, Weekly Standard co-founder Bill Kristol assumed National Review (and not Kamala Harris) was guilty of creating those skeptics.


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Does this count as Kristol spreading misinformation on social media?


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