Eli Perencevich, an epidemiologist and internal medicine professor at the University of Iowa, accused Republican State Rep. Jeff Shipley of opposing vaccine passports to hide their own vaccine status.
“The reason some politicians are against vaccine passports is that they’ve been hiding their vaccine status (they’ve been vaccinated) and they don’t want the truth revealed,” Perencevich wrote. “Jeff Shipley this is you and your Iowa politician colleagues. Even though President Trump was vaccinated, you continue to hide the fact that you were vaccinated.”
Perencevich has an odd, unhealthy infatuation with Shipley. He shared Shipley’s tweet regarding why he is vaccine hesitant.
“One: he’s been vaccinated,” Perencevich wrote. “Two: 6,000 dead Iowans and 600,000 dead Americans aren’t enough death for him. Three: stop electing politicians that aid and abet our enemies by weakening our country through spreading anti-science lies.”
Perencevich also speculates that Shipley is hiding his vaccination status to “weaken our republic for short term personal and political gain.”
“This Memorial Day I give thanks to the brave heroes who put country and their countrymen above a fake idea of individual freedom,” Perencevich wrote, mocking Shipley’s Memorial Day tweet to soldiers who gave their lives to America, allowing people the freedom to decide their own health destiny. “Anyone know if this means he’s pro-choice or does this ‘own health destiny’ bit only apply to men?”
It’s been some sort of quest for Perencevich.
“Jeff Shipley, protect your constituents, tell them how you’ve been vaccinated and encourage them to get vaccinated,” he wrote. “They’ll either get exposed to one protein and live (safe vaccine) or 29 proteins and get sick and die (COVID infection).”
This sort of obsession isn’t healthy, especially from a medical professional.