The hosts ofare taking a dim view of how is spreading misinformation about . On Wednesday, the panel discussed Carlson’s comments on his show “Tucker Carlson Tonight” when but that the government refuses to say so out loud.
“View” co-host Joy Behar addressed his gripe about having toeven after getting vaccinated.
“You’re wearing a mask on top of the vaccine because no vaccine is 100% proof, and many The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have not gotten the vaccine. We don’t have herd immunity,” Behar said. “It’s a different to protect yourself. What part of that don’t they get? What is the purpose of scaring ? that even those fully vaccinated continue to wear face masks and practice social distancing until more research is done on the vaccines’ effectiveness at stopping the spread of coronavirus.
After co-hostsaid that the overall messaging around vaccines “has been bad,” leading to excessive politicization and increased “Republican distrust,” fellow co-host Sunny Hostin went after Carlson and those who think like him. The reason people are getting vaccinated and still need to be cautious is because of the of white male Republicans that continue not to want to wear their masks or get immunized because they consider it some freedom ride,” Hostin said.
“I think people like Tucker Carlson are being very irresponsible by sending out this messaging, by sending out the message thatjust don’t work,” she said. “That is irresponsible. It’s misinformation, and it’s causing, I think in the long run, . People need to be more concerned about the virus, more scared of this virus than the vaccine.” The available vaccines but are all shown to be effective in reducing symptomatic illness and death from COVID-19. Co-host Whoopi Goldberg then pointed out that if , “then get the damn shot,” but explained why she would continue to wear one even after being vaccinated.