When we found out that the CDC would be announcing their new guidelines for people who have been vaccinated against COVID19, we were pretty excited:
The CDC director will announce guidelines for what vaccinated people can do during the White House coronavirus briefing at 11 a.m.
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) March 8, 2021
Whatever the secret service tells them can do during the briefing.
Outside of the WH? Whatever the hell they want. We live in a free country.
Did you mean "what vaccinated people should do?" https://t.co/fgmNYN40Hz
— Xavier Dreyman (@xavierdreyman) March 8, 2021
No, apparently CNN’s Kaitlan Collins meant “can do”:
— CNN (@CNN) March 8, 2021
Beg your pardon, CNN?
"giving" (?) https://t.co/j3OvyI6heJ
— Andy Grewal (@AndyGrewal) March 8, 2021
*Checking Constitution for the part that says our freedoms are granted by the CDC* https://t.co/yF6SgqqcWJ
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) March 8, 2021
Surely it’s in there somewhere!
Who knew that our freedom was given by the CDC? https://t.co/4YDQzddWJ3
— Scott Greenfield (@ScottGreenfield) March 8, 2021
A huge thank you to the CDC for giving me my freedom!!! Limited… yes… but just glad to know the CDC has such amazing powers. https://t.co/JAixsKH8Yn
— Trey Radel (@treyradel) March 8, 2021
We feel better already.
The CDC doesn't give you anything but advice.
They are not now, nor have they every been in control of freedoms. https://t.co/C0xhtN5XPN
— ClentDC ?™ // Fugazi Placebo ? (@clentdc) March 8, 2021
My freedoms don’t come from the CDC
— Dave (@PoliticALEDave) March 8, 2021
They don’t come from CNN, either.
— Average Joe (@JoeMackie) March 8, 2021