Unvaccinated Americans Become Biden’s #1 Target

The Biden administration has proven to be everything we thought it would: tyrannical, woke, criminally negligent, etc. However, while all of those are frightening in theory, it’s even scarier when you hear their actually agenda so clearly spoken to the Fake News media.

Biden’s Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra argued in favor of the “door-to-door” campaign both the president and his White House mouthpiece Jen Psaki revealed this week. Sec. Becerra wanted to remind CNN’s audience that not only did the federal government provide trillions of dollars in assistance to ensure free vaccines and stimulus checks, but it now has a right to know your medical history.

Where does he think the trillions of dollars comes from? While it’s true not every dollar spent on coronavirus relief came from U.S. taxpayers, it’s also true that many Americans wouldn’t have been in such a position to need government relief if not for the mandated lockdowns. To now weaponize the stimulus relief payments in an effort to justify the administration’s tyrannical door-knocking campaign is very apropos of the kind of people Biden places in positions of power.

Sec. Becerra responded to backlash from Republicans and conservatives across America who say a door knocking campaign for unvaccinated Americans is an infringement on our privacy and liberty.

“Perhaps we should point out that the federal government has had to spend trillions of dollars to try to keep Americans alive during this pandemic, so it is absolutely the government’s business.”

His statements come just days after Biden announced a plan to go “door-to-door” in an effort to vaccinate as many Americans as possible. On July 4, the administration was forced to admit they did not meet their vaccination goal. And as their hold on power lessens leading up to 2022, it’s crucial that the Democrats achieve every political aim they can if they want to maintain their majorities.

That didn’t stop Republicans from loudly speaking out against the administration’s door-knocking agenda.

Texas Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw, for example, railed against the plan:

Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona had something to say as well:

Firebrand Rep. from Colorado Lauren Boebert weighed in:

To date, more than 67% of U.S. adults have received at least one dose of vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Roughly 58% of adults have been fully vaccinated.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney