Allen West Receives Monoclonal, Knocks 'Socialist Jackasses'

Allen West Receives Monoclonal, Knocks 'Socialist Jackasses'

Lt. Colonel West tightens stance against vaccine mandates

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
October 10, 2021

Although the practice has been limited by the federal government, gubernatorial candidate Lt. Colonel Allen West (R-TX) has received monoclonal treatment to combat his bout with COVID-19.

On Saturday, Lt. Col West along with his wife Angela announced that they underwent monoclonal antibody infusion therapy at Advance ER in Dallas, who West gives a "special hat tip" to for, "their care and professionalism."

While his wife was fine, West had some concerns related to pneumonia.  Nevertheless, West has made clear that even after this experience he is, "even more dedicated to fighting against vaccine mandates.  Instead of enriching the pockets of Big Pharma and corrupt bureaucrats and politicians, we should be advocating the monoclonal antibody infusion therapy."

West told The Floridian Publisher Javier Manjarres that he going to be checking himself into the hospital because his oxygen levels were too show, adding that after taking the monoclonal treatment, his symptoms all but went away.

"As Governor of Texas, I will vehemently crush anyone forcing vaccine mandates in the Lone Star State.  There are far better protocols that individual citizens can utilize and decide for themselves," stated West.

Lt. Colonel West also promised to protect our bodies from "socialist jackasses who must be saved from themselves."

The gubernatorial hopeful also criticized Democrats for prioritizing "illegal immigrants," over Americans in terms of relieving the vaccine.  Lt. Colonel West has been very adamant about the border, calling the ongoing Border Crisis a Constitutional violation.  West's rhetoric has arguably pressured current Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) into taking action on the state level.

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Jim McCool

Jim McCool

Jim is a graduate of Florida State University where he studied Political Science, Religion and Criminology. He has been a reporter for the Floridian since January of 2021 and will start law school in 2024.

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