Anytime Dr. Anthony Fauci (“Dr.” being generous) speaks about what Americans should do in response to the COVID-19 virus, you should take it with a grain of salt. Don’t believe me? Watch the clip below.
Fauci thinks more people will get vaccinated if they refer to them as “requirements” and not “mandates”— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) December 17, 2021
Fauci claimed in this clip with Squawk Newsmaker that Americans would be more receptive to taking the vaccine if they changed the wording from vaccine “mandates” to “requirements” because mandates is a “radioactive” word.
Fauci then went on to further criticize and demean the Americans who have not bowed at the idol of COVID safety and gotten the vaccine, saying “we’re never going to get out of this outbreak if 50 million people who for reasons that are still very, very difficult to understand refuse to get vaccinated…if people still do not want to get vaccinated sometimes for the common good you have to make requirements.”
The unsaid portion of Fauci’s monologue is that he thinks Americans are dumb. If he honestly believes that changing the wording of a tyrannical mandate is somehow going to dupe roughly 50 million people into thinking that they should just take the vaccine, he is not giving Americans enough credit.
Fauci – and the rest of the vaccine fanatics – need to realize that the reason why 50 million Americans have not complied with the vaccine mandates is that they have used common sense and logic to conclude that there is no guarantee that the vaccines work. Furthermore, those same Americans know this is more than just getting a vaccine, they know that not taking the jab is one small way that they can stand up to tyranny, even though it could cost them greatly. While it will take great courage to stand against the mandates, Americans have proven through our history that we never run low of it.
So whether Fauci calls them requirements, mandates, commands or anything else, he better get it through his thick skull that Americans won’t back down any time soon.