Sarah Palin swore she will not be getting vaccinated against the coronavirus while she is alive and kicking.
The former governor of Alaska and one-time vice-presidential candidate was in Phoenix on Sunday attending the AmericaFest conference where she boasted about her unvaccinated status.
Her statement was met with cheers from the audience, which only got louder as she said they could all stand together against those who want them to get the shot.
“Enough is enough, especially when it comes to government telling us what we have to inject in our own bodies,” she said, punctuating that with a hard “No.”
Palin’s comments were part of a discussion on vaccine mandates with organization founder Charlie Kirk.
“I will not do it. I won’t do it, and they better not touch my kids, either,” Palin continued.
“If enough of us, though, rise up and say, ‘No, enough is enough’ — there are more of us than there are of them. You need to all look around and… realize that those around you, as you stiffen your spine, their spines, too, will stiffen. And there is an empowerment in a group like this where you all can feed off each other, and really be strong.”
Palin and two of her children tested positive for COVID in March 2021, after which she urged people to take the virus seriously and wear masks.
“As confident as I’d like to be about my own health, and despite my joking that I’m blessed to constantly breathe in the most sterile (frozen!) air, my case is perhaps one of those that proves anyone can catch this,” she said at the time.
By September, Palin was back to her old self .
During an appearance on Fox News’ Gutfeld! , she revealed her vaccination status and that she gained immunity naturally.
“If you’ve had COVID — I’ve had COVID — well then, Mother Nature was creating an immunity.”
40 per cent of Canadians know unvaccinated people, don’t discuss issue: Poll
Tensions high between vaccinated and unvaccinated in Canada: Poll
KINSELLA: My disdain for the idiotically unvaccinated is by no means unique