This is Jennifer Aguilar from Louisiana.
As you can see, she’s vaccinated and boosted and doesn’t think you should be able to share your opinions online because she’s a better person than you.
The other day Jennifer showed up on Heather Dawson’s Facebook page, after her boyfriend DJ Ferguson made national news because he was refused a heart transplant at Brigham and Women’s due to the fact that he isn’t vaccinated against COVID.
Jennifer is a Christian, and instead of offering her thoughts, prayers, and support, she showed up to troll Heather because the father of her children won’t take a vaccine that has been known to cause blood clots.
Imagine seeing a woman like this struggling as the father of her children is denied a heart transplant over politics, and you’re sitting in your home 1,500 miles away and say to yourself, “the Christian thing to do right now would be to lecture this woman about why her boyfriend is dumb for not getting the vaccine.”
But that’s the kind of thing you do when you spend your time watching MSNBC and sitting on Facebook freaking out over a virus that the President promised to “shut down” but hasn’t.
Her husband Darryl Aguilar is a surgeon at a Catholic hospital and was featured in this video about empathy and prayer.
Meanwhile his wife is trolling a mother in Massachusetts about her boyfriend because he won’t get in line and take the big pharma juice, and he’s sharing memes calling people “flu idiots” if they don’t wish to walk around with a face diaper for eternity.
I spoke with DJ from the hospital yesterday and he might be joining us on the Live Show tomorrow night at 9 PM to talk about all of this insanity. Click here to subscribe to our YouTube channel and never miss an episode.
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