For more than a year, people have been fighting the covid-19 epidemic. Since the recent past, many varieties of vaccines have been produced, and human life has been tried to be protected against the deadly virus.
After the world’s slow opening following the vaccines, Gene Simmons has shared his honest opinion about the mandatory of the vaccines while speaking to Ultimate Classic Rock. He revealed some words that make sense to him and said that they have no permission to anybody that is not vaccinated.
“My druthers would be that everybody is mandated to get vaccines,” he said. “I hope everybody is going to be wearing their masks. But we can only control what we can control and different states and different countries have different rules…
“Backstage, we’re not doing any meet and greets. Obviously, we’re giving up a pretty penny because fans pay a premium to come up and take photos and stuff. That’s gone.
“We are not allowing roadies or anybody else to be anywhere backstage unless they’re vaccinated and the masks are on the whole time.”
He Mocks People Who Says They Have Rights
Continuing to reveal his thoughts about the vaccination, Simmons mocked people who say that they have the rights to have not been vaccinated. He also said that the pandemic is a life-threatening issue.
“‘I have my rights, don’t tell me what to do,’ which is curious, because you do not have the right to drive down the highway in a car without a seatbelt,” Simmons continued. “You must stop at a red light. That’s not a right you have.
“And you don’t have the right to walk naked down the street. These are not life-threatening ideas. We’re talking about a fuckin’ pandemic and people are fighting it.”
Simmons Blames Former President Donald Trump
Concluding his words, the bassist has blamed the former president of the United States, Donald Trump. He also added his words that he would not worry if an idiot who is not vaccinated gets Covid and dies.
“I blame our former president,” he added. “I knew the man before he entered politics. But he got vaccinated and so have most of the other party.
“I’m not worried – and it’s unkind to say this – I’m not worried if an idiot gets COVID and dies. I’m worried he takes other people with him, who didn’t have a choice.
“It doesn’t have to be death. Being in a hospital is horrific. There are so many cases of people who were deniers and who are begging in the hospital to get the vaccine. But it’s too late.”