Salt Lake City Tribune Editorial Board Demands Utah Governor Use the National Guard to Keep Unvaccinated People in Their Homes

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This is totally normal.

The Salt Lake City Tribune editorial board called on the Utah governor to use the might and power of the National Guard to prevent unvaccinated people from going anywhere.

The so-called journalists at Utah’s oldest newspaper is calling for the military to be used against American citizens.

Welcome to 2022.

“Were Utah a truly civilized place, the governor’s next move would be to find a way to mandate the kind of mass vaccination campaign we should have launched a year ago, going as far as to deploy the National Guard to ensure that people without proof of vaccination would not be allowed, well, anywhere,” the editorial board wrote.

Read the full article here.

Utah’s Lt. Governor blasted the Salt Lake City Tribune’s editorial board.

“The truth is Omicron is out of control everywhere. Even in places with mask and vaccine mandates. We always push vaccines, but even vaccinated ppl are catching it. It’s easy to take shots from the cheap seats but this is the sort of nonsense that makes editorial boards irrelevant,” Utah Lt. Governor Deidre Henderson said.

“To be clear: Gov. Cox and I have always pushed for ppl to get vaccinated as the best way to keep from getting sick, stay out of the hospital, and not die from COVID. If you’re not, please get vaccinated. Omicron is infecting vaccinated ppl but vaccines are still the best defense.” Deidre Henderson said in a follow up tweet.

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