Federal and state officials all over the country are relying increasingly on the private sector to pass and enforce Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates.
These officials are also calling on businesses to make life increasingly more difficult for the unvaccinated in order to coerce them into getting experimental vaccines that cause deadly side effects.
In Virginia, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe recently called on businesses in his state to mandate COVID-19 vaccines.
“I have long said that the best way to defeat this deadly virus, keep our students in school and keep Virginia’s economy strong is by getting every eligible Virginian vaccinated as quickly as possible,” said McAuliffe in a statement released after the Food and Drug Administration granted its full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
During an appearance at a Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference in Las Vegas, McAuliffe also called on the private sector to segregate the unvaccinated and make it difficult or nearly impossible for them to rejoin public life.
“Make it hard for people to get on planes or go to movie theaters,” he said. “We can’t force them. We’re not going door to door, but you make life difficult. If you’re going to come to the HIMSS conference, you got to be vaccinated.”
Noted Republicans and conservatives severely criticized McAuliffe for his statement.
Virginia’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin accused McAuliffe of trying to bully Virginians into getting vaccinated. Youngkin insisted that Virginians should be free to choose to get vaccinated.
“Clinton lackey Terry McAuliffe supports discriminating against law-abiding American citizens,” wrote Donald Trump Jr. in a tweet. “He’s a total disgrace.”
“If vaccination is meant to protect the person who vaccinates, it is that person’s business,” wrote conservative author and pundit Ben Shapiro. “If you’re vaccinated, you shouldn’t care.”
Federal government also pushing for mandatory vaccinations
McAuliffe’s rhetoric regarding vaccine mandates and segregation is unfortunately very common, especially among his party.
Just hours after the FDA approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, President Joe Biden urged the private sector to “step up” the passage of COVID-19 mandates.
“Today I’m calling on more companies in the private sector to step up the vaccine requirements that will reach millions more people,” said Biden on Monday, Aug. 23. “If you’re a business leader, a nonprofit leader, state or local leader who has been waiting for full FDA approval to require vaccinations, I call on you now to do that.”
“Do what I did last month,” Biden added. “Require your employees to get vaccinated or face strict requirements.”
In July, the president announced a vaccine mandate for all federal employees. All of them had to sign forms attesting that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. If they refuse to do so, their lives are made significantly worse. They have to wear masks at all times, must go through weekly COVID-19 testing, abide by social distancing regulations and more.
In addition to Biden’s call to coerce private sector employees to get vaccinated, he also called on unvaccinated Americans to get the dangerous and deadly COVID-19 vaccines.
“If you’re one of the millions of Americans who said they will not get the shot until it has full and final approval of the FDA – it has now happened,” said Biden. “The moment you were waiting for is here. It’s time for you to go get your vaccination.”
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