America's medical system cannot function normally with the burden of the anti-vaxxer campaign of this information.
An Alabama Man Dies After Being Turned Away From 43 Hospitals At Capacity : Coronavirus Updates [npr.org]
Should we risk turning anti-vaxxers into second-class citizens in order to alleviate some of the burden on the medical system and its professionals?
The second option in the poll is not really relevant, as we have had a tiered health care system for decades, where there is one tier for the uninsured and poor, another for the insured who are in the middle classes, and then finally a top tier for the rich. So the idea of discriminating against the anti-vaxers being unfair or a perversion of our health care system is long out-dated and disingenuous. We have had second and third class citizens for a long time, esp. when it comes to health care, because it has never been a human right in America. If they choose to act with violence against the policies, then they should be met with violence, since their actions result in death anyway, let it include their own deaths if necessary. They are itching for a civil war, maybe it's time to have it, as long as the authorities, most likely, decide to act on our side rather than theirs. I believe they would, as the rich would instruct them to do so in order to preserve the medical system for their benefit, even if they don't care about preserving it for us peasants.