Former Obama Secretary of Health and Human Services (she who helped “serve” you the Constitution-shredding mandate of Obamacare), Kathleen Sebelius is the latest of the public parasitic class to lend her voice to the technocratic cacophony pushing for mandatory experimental mRNA gene vector injections.
Curiously, she appeared July 13 on the incredibly objective, oh-so-liberty-oriented CNN to spout her nonsense, and – not surprisingly – she made an utter fool of herself even as she again showed how much she seems to adore totalitarianism.
Shown by host Erin Burnett a montage of conservatives at CPAC who were skeptical of the government-funded, government indemnified jabs – including people who recognized the statistically low risk of COVID-19 fatality as part of their calculus for avoiding the vaccine – Sebelius exhibited near-paralysis and shock.
And then, she rolled into her incorrect, illogical, and authoritarian push for mandatory jabs.
We’re in a situation where we have a wildly effective vaccine, multiple choices, lots available, free of charge, and we have folks who are just saying I won’t do it.
The horror in her voice was almost as evident as the factual vacancy and the impending logic-breach.
Of course, Sebelius’s next bit of fear-mongering completely contradicts not only her statement about the jabs being “effective,” it runs counter to the logical basis of “vaccination” in the first place.
I think that it’s time to say to those folks, ‘It’s fine if you don’t choose to get vaccinated. You may not come to work. You may not have access to a situation where you’re going to put my grandchildren in jeopardy. Where you might kill them, or you might put them in a situation where they’re going to carry the virus to someone in a high-risk position.
Because ANOTHER PERSON getting the "vaccine" doesn't protect that other person, YOU have to get jabbed to protect that other person. This coming from a political hack who JUST SAID the jabs are incredibly effective. See the logic, there?
And, of course, all of her rhetoric justifies her determination that the government can tell you that you “MAY NOT” go to work.
Sebelius then meandered into a completely inapt syllogism, a totally inappropriate analogy:
That's, I think, the point where we are, is, freedom is one thing, but freedom when you harm others like secondhand smoke and issues that we've dealt with very clearly in the past, you can't drive drunk. You can drink but you can't drive drunk because you can injure other people. You can't smoke inside of a public place where you can give cancer to someone else in spite of their never having been a smoker.
Just a reminder that private property like pubs has been attacked by many state politicians who don’t own those places, and who have used the government to ban smoking in them, despite the fact that everyone who enters or works there does so voluntarily.
Did you volunteer to pay for those jabs? Did you volunteer to pay Sebelius’s old salary at HHS, which, for those who are fans of the Constitution and swear oaths to abide by it, isn’t sanctioned by that document?
Did you notice how she doesn’t have a clue about voluntary association and also seems clueless about the fact that she is wrong to equate drunk driving and spewing second-hand smoke to NOT getting purported personal protection from a virus?
If one were to think logically about either situation and try to compare it to getting a jab, one would equate getting a supposedly protective jab to driving in a tank that protects from others on a road, or equate getting the jab to wearing an oxygen mask in a room full of smokers.
So let’s close by looking at Sebelius’s final example of illogic and another sample of her undercutting her own claim that the jabs “protect” those who receive them. Check this out:
I want to take off my mask. I want to be able to live my life with vaccination. And I'm being impinged on by people who say, I don't want to get vaccinated. It's fine, but I want them to maybe have a limitation on where they can go and who they can possibly infect.
Remember, wear your seatbelt so KATHLEEN doesn’t get hurt while she’s driving.
And put on your sun-screen, so KATHLEEN doesn’t get burned.
That’s the level of thinking behind Sebelius’s appearance, and behind CNN’s unquestioning devotion to her.