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Chicago GOP Chair Disses the Unvaccinated, Says They Should Pay for Own COVID Hospitalization Costs, Considers Saving a Life “Wasteful” Spending



By Illinois Review

In a recently uncovered Facebook thread from a year ago, Chicago GOP chairman Stephen Boulton offers some shocking admissions when it comes to the unvaccinated population, writing,

“I find it unfathomable that people are risking their lives to dodge two little shots….Now a lot of people are going to die for nothing but ‘principle’ grounded in ignorance – or, even worse, politics.”

Boulton then borrowed a line from Joe Biden and the Democrats by blaming the unvaccinated, saying,

“We have people who won’t get the vaccine, creating the problem now.”

In a White House speech on September 9, 2021, President Biden said,

“This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. And it’s caused by the fact that despite America having an unprecedented and successful vaccination program, despite the fact that for almost five months free vaccines have been available in 80,000 different locations, we still have nearly 80 million Americans who have failed to get the shot.”

But Boulton offered a solution for the unvaccinated,

“I think the next step will be that private health insurers will demand laws barring coverage of Covid hospitalization costs for unvaccinated persons. You don’t want the vaccine on principle? Great, free country. But you pay for your doctors and hospitals when you get sick, don’t make the rest of us do it.”

That’s right. If you choose to be unvaccinated, and you get sick – you pay for the hundreds of thousands of dollars in potential hospital costs out of your own pocket – don’t make the insurers or the vaccinated pay for your bill.


Boulton then likened the personal decision of remaining unvaccinated to “playing medical Russian Roulette, hoping your chamber has no bullet.”

Boulton also strongly believes and complained “that fortunes in avoidable hospital medical expenses are being wasted on saving people who shouldn’t be in those ICUs…”

In other words, saving the life of an unvaccinated human being is “wasteful spending.” Not sure where that fits into the American Medical Association’s Medical Code of Ethics, where a physician’s duty is to “sustain life and relieve suffering.”

But leave it to Dr. Boulton, who would rather watch a patient die, then spend money and save their life because they chose to be unvaccinated.

Once again – unbelievable.

A November 23, 2022 article in the Washington Post titled, “Vaccinated people now make up a majority of COVID deaths” – a point that is accurate according to health experts and data – has since changed its headline to “COVID is no longer mainly a pandemic of the unvaccinated. Here’s why.” But regardless of the title, the point is the same – since last April, there’s been a rise in deaths of the vaccinated.

And people have been coming forward in droves, talking openly about the negative effects of taking the COVID vaccine – including airline pilots, doctors, nurses and Illinois’ very own Ryan Cunningham, who wrote on his Twitter,

“I got the COVID vaccine before most could as healthcare provider and emergency manager implementing many of the policies of the “covidians.” Days after I was transported to the hospital with cardiac issue. Today I’m in heart failure.”

Greg Pearson, an airline pilot suing over the vaccine mandates said,

“I got a COVID vaccine at 11:30 am, and woke up at 3:30 am with heart pounding. I went to ER and doctors found my heart was in atrial fibrillation, I could have had a stroke while flying and killed people, airlines don’t care.”

Last March, JPMorgan Chase & Co announced that they were ending their vaccine mandate for employees.

United Airlines made a similar announcement in March, saying unvaccinated employees could return to their jobs.

In December, during the Illinois Immunization Advisory Committee meeting, which included time for public comments, it was decided that there wouldn’t be a mandate of the COVID-19 vaccine for school-aged children. As IDPH Director Vohra stated,

“I want to assert here and things that the governor has shared as well is that there are no plans to update the vaccine requirement for school-aged children.”

And while the mandate madness has destroyed businesses and economies, caused irreparable harm to children and has led to a mental health emergency – triggering anxiety and depression worldwide, Chicago GOP chairman Stephen Boulton – who is neither a medical expert or political strategist – is out there fueling unnecessary division and borrowing talking points from the Democrats.

Getting the jab is a personal decision – and here in America, we are free to decide. Perhaps Boulton and his fellow Democrats will have better success pushing their agenda in countries like Venezuela, China or North Korea.

But here in the United States of America – leave that decision to the individual. As Ronald Reagan so famously said,

“The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”


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