Remember when Arnold Schwarzenegger was one of the most beloved action actors of our time? Then he became a politician, and now no one can name a movie with him in it from the last 15 years that doesn’t begin with the prefix “Ex” and end with “pendables.”
And then the pandemic happened and “Arnie” channelled his father’s Gustav’s allegiances and told Americans “screw your freedom” back in 2021 when it came to wearing masks and taking the experimental — at the time — vaccine.
“I think people should know, there is a virus here. It kills people, and the only way we prevent it is to get vaccinated, to wear masks, to do social distancing, washing your hands all the time,” Schwarzenegger said. “And, not just to think, ‘Well, my freedom is being kind of disturbed here.’ No, screw your freedom, because with freedom comes obligations and responsibilities.”
Well, now the 75-year-old former California governor is backtracking — nearly two years later.
“I’m sorry for saying those words,” Schwarzenegger said. “I try to be relentlessly positive, but sometimes my mouth gets ahead of me. I should have communicated better.”
I want to thank you for your open-mindedness. I think we should be able to disagree without being enemies.— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) April 5, 2023
Here’s what else I’ll say: I’m sorry for saying those words. I try to be relentlessly positive, but sometimes my mouth gets ahead of me. I should have communicated better. https://t.co/hpqcrbni3F
Yeah, no s**t, Sherlock.
By the way, “Arnie.” You were wrong about masks. You were wrong about Fauci. You were wrong about the efficacy of the vaccine, and you were wrong about social distancing. You were essentially wrong about all of it, yet you sat there on your elitist perch and looked down your nose at anyone who didn’t agree and/or go along with what you were saying.
You know what? Screw my freedom? How about screw your apology?
Americans, along with people all around the world, were basically lied to for years because world governments wanted to see just how far they could exert their control over others before their authoritarian edicts didn’t work anymore.
I believe in second chances, but when your whole narrative was what led to thousands, if not millions of death globally, your apology means next to nothing.
Go make another B-movie, Arnie.
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