Despite being wrong for everything about COVID-19 and it’s appropriate response.
Despite being a proven liar.
And despite never shying away from ridiculous on-air statements, Fauci is spouting nonsense again.
With new CDC guidance and without federally-mandated COVID-19 vaccine passports, Fauci stated that he fully expects travel to be impossible without them.
For someone who loves traveling and medical freedom, Overlord Fauci struck a nerve here.
Fauci commented that he expects airlines & cruise ships to require COVID-19 experimental vaccination before being allowed onboard.
This falls in line with the Biden Administration’s plan for the private sector to enforce COVID-19 vaccine passports.
But we know how this game works.
The federal government simply wants to take the burden off their shoulders and coerces businesses to enforce these draconian measures.
That’s how mask mandates operate and that’s how they want to implement vaccine passports.
But with enough resistance, businesses that work hand-in-hand with Biden’s Administration will watch their profits tumble.
Then they’ll have to choose between restrictions or going out of business completely.
Fauci may think he’s the all-seeing eye for COVID-19 but more and more people are realizing what a fraud he is.
Dr. Fauci: Expect cruise lines and airlines to require proof of vaccination before you can travel https://t.co/VbBOv7OfNb
— Larry Richman 🌊 (@larry411) May 21, 2021
Fauci takes off the mask. "The trouble is, we don't have vaccine passports." pic.twitter.com/EPdF8gg62l
— Conspiracy Mill (@conspiracymill) May 20, 2021
VIDEO – Fauci on Mandating Vaccine Passports for Travel: ‘I Believe that Airlines Are Going To Do That on Their Own’ https://t.co/Bwsdk3silq
— Grabien (@GrabienMedia) May 20, 2021
Anthony S. Fauci on mandating vaccine passports for travel: “I believe that airlines are going to do that on their own. There are no plans right now for the federal, central government to be making mandates about the requirement for vaccine proof.” pic.twitter.com/P0LnRB3CPv
— Washington Post Live (@postlive) May 20, 2021
On travel, Fauci: "I think what we will start seeing as more and more vaccine becomes available internationally, I would not be surprised if certain airlines will ask for validation and proof of being vaccinated in order to get on the plane." #AMRstaff
— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) May 14, 2021
The Blaze reported:
Fauci, the White House’s top medical adviser, said Thursday that businesses like airlines and cruise ships will likely require customers to show proof of receiving both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine before being allowed on board. He also noted that several universities have already begun requiring students to be vaccinated before returning to campus this fall.
“There are organizations, particularly universities and colleges who are saying, not withstanding what the federal government is requiring, if you want to come into campus and be in in-person learning, you’re going to have to show proof of vaccination,” Fauci said at a Bloomberg Businessweek conference.
“Cruise ships will likely be doing that. Airlines will likely be doing that. So you’re going to have at, a local, independent-level, things that the federal government is not going to be mandating,” he added.
The Biden administration said in March that there will be no federal mandate requiring people to show proof of vaccination to enter public spaces and no centralized, universal federal vaccinations database. The White House is instead leaving it up to the private sector to determine how businesses should fully reopen as more Americans become vaccinated against COVID-19 and the government’s health restrictions are eased.
The adoption of vaccine passports, which have proved controversial, has so far been decentralized. Some MLB and NBA sports teams, for example, are requiring fans to use an app called Health Pass to provide digital proof that they have gotten their COVID-19 shots before they can enter stadiums to attend games.
But some states are limiting the use of vaccine passports, or outright banning them. Texas and Florida were among the first states to ban government agencies and private businesses from requiring vaccine passports for service. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) said the passports “would create two classes of citizens based on vaccination.” Arizona, Utah, and more states followed suit with legislation limiting the use of vaccine passports, though in some cases private businesses are allowed to create their own policies.