The unvaccinated are being labeled as heroes

The unvaccinated are being labeled as heroes

The unvaccinated are being labeled as heroes

They were publicly scorned and blamed for causing untold deaths; some lost their jobs or careers – and some were even physically assaulted. But it appears that those who refused to take the COVID inoculation are getting something they never thought they'd hear: an apology.

Although the Left and the mainstream media are apparently still trying to cover it up, evidence is mounting that the COVID shots could be linked to some severe health problems and even deaths. That information is clearly causing critics of those who chose not to take the jab to rethink their position – which is gaining traction after a column written months ago has attracted a following.

Susan Dunham is a Canadian writer who early on was among those who ridiculed and tried to ostracize the unvaccinated – but she had a change of heart and wrote about that in late April in a column titled "What We Learned From Hating the Unvaccinated."

"The battlefield is still warm, following Canada’s war on the unvaccinated. The mandates have let up, and both sides stumble back into something that looks like the old normal – except that there is a fresh and present injury done to the people we tried to break. And no one wants to talk about it."

In late June, attorney and social commentator Jomo Sanga Thomas referenced Dunham's column in a piece titled "The Unvaccinated Will Be Vindicated." After extensively quoting Dunham's column, Thomas concluded by wondering if enough people will learn the "lesson of humility" Dunham demonstrated.

"Only time will tell," he states. "But remember this: first, they came for the vaccinated. You may be next."

Then in late July, Del Bigtree – in his The Highwire podcast – took up the mantle and read to his audience words that very closely track with what Dunham and Thomas wrote earlier:

"We marked them for special persecution," Bigtree said on his podcast, closely quoting Dunham. "You see, we said that they had not 'done the right thing' for the greater good by handing their bodies and medical autonomy over to the state …. The goal was to make life almost unlivable for the unvaccinated."

Dunham wrote that she and the morally superior vaxed and boosted "force-multiplied the pain, taking the fight into families, friendships, and workplaces."

Bigtree continued: "None of it was justified as we took a quick slide from righteousness to absolute cruelty …. We let ourselves be tricked into believing that going into another ineffective lockdown would be the fault of the unvaccinated, and not the fault of the toxic policy of ineffective vaccines."

And then Dunham penned words that vaccine skeptics never thought they would hear: an apology. Bigtree voiced that to his listening audience:

"We should all try and find some inner gratitude for the unvaccinated as we took the bait by hating them, because their perseverance and courage bought us the time to see we were wrong," Bigtee paraphrased.