It’s incredible that many people still believe all these restrictions are about a virus.
Individual liberties keep crumbling one by one.
And brainwashed zombies living in perpetual fear keep screaming COVID.
If you refuse to participate in a medical experiment that has led to thousands of deaths according to the CDC’s own numbers, then you’re a second-class citizen.
In the latest authoritarian demand, former Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security under President Obama Juliette Kayyem argued to forbid unvaccinated adults from flying.
Kayyem wrote in the far-left Atlantic that placing unvaccinated adults on the no-fly list is a crucial step to convince more people to bow down to the experimental jabs.
Here’s the latest:
"At this stage of the pandemic, tougher universal restrictions are not the solution to continuing viral spread. While flying, vaccinated people should no longer carry the burden for unvaccinated people," @juliettekayyem writes: https://t.co/Fa90ksvdl7
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) August 3, 2021
The case for keeping unvaccinated people off domestic flights is simple, @juliettekayyem writes: "Beyond limiting the virus’s flow from hot spots to the rest of the country, allowing only vaccinated people on domestic flights will change minds, too." https://t.co/GAWupFFvgU
— Dante Ramos (@danteramos) August 3, 2021
"Amid a global health crisis, people who defy public-health guidance are not, and do not deserve to be, a protected class." @juliettekayyem on allowing only vaccinated people on domestic flights: https://t.co/lTWfctF1qK
— Christina Frangou (@cfrangou) August 4, 2021
‘Unvaccinated People Belong on the No-Fly List’
“About the author: Juliette Kayyem, a former assistant secretary for homeland security under President Obama…”
Are you awake and paying attention yet? https://t.co/ZGszCW8WUT
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) August 4, 2021
Southern border is wide open, 1000+ people a day at 1 check point, but yeah let's institute a no vaxx no fly list? If you think this about health you're the problem. https://t.co/D9d9Zg0tHl
— Salty Cracker (@SaltyCracker9) August 4, 2021
The Atlantic is now advocating for the unvaccinated to be placed on the No Fly List
— Jack Posobiec, IWO 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 4, 2021
From The Atlantic:
The same principle applies to limiting the spread of the coronavirus. The number of COVID-19 cases keeps growing, even though remarkably safe, effective vaccines are widely available, at least to adults. Many public agencies are responding by reimposing masking rules on everyone. But at this stage of the pandemic, tougher universal restrictions are not the solution to continuing viral spread. While flying, vaccinated people should no longer carry the burden for unvaccinated people. The White House has rejected a nationwide vaccine mandate—a sweeping suggestion that the Biden administration could not easily enact if it wanted to—but a no-fly list for unvaccinated adults is an obvious step that the federal government should take. It will help limit the risk of transmission at destinations where unvaccinated people travel—and, by setting norms that restrict certain privileges to vaccinated people, will also help raise the stagnant vaccination rates that are keeping both the economy and society from fully recovering.
Flying is not a right, and the case for restricting it to vaccinated people is straightforward: The federal government is the sole entity that can regulate the terms and conditions of airline safety. And although air-filtration systems and mask requirements make transmission of the coronavirus unlikely during any given passenger flight, infected people can spread it when they leave the airport and take off their mask. The whole point of international-travel bans is to curb infections in the destination country; to protect itself, the United States still has many such restrictions in place. Beyond limiting the virus’s flow from hot spots to the rest of the country, allowing only vaccinated people on domestic flights will change minds, too.
Polls suggest that vaccine holdouts have a variety of motivations: genuine concerns about side effects; skepticism of shots not yet fully approved by the FDA; a general aversion to vaccines; a desire to stick it to the libs; a reluctance to decide—even now. In a recent New York Times and Kaiser Family Foundation poll, 46 percent of unvaccinated people who consider themselves in the “wait and see” category disclosed that they would stop waiting if they could get a shot from their personal physician. Forty-four percent agreed that the FDA’s full approval of the vaccines would motivate them. And 41 percent said that a prohibition on airline travel would get them closer to their shots. Tellingly, 11 percent of those adamantly opposed to vaccination would also be motivated by a travel ban—a larger effect for these respondents than full FDA approval or the ability to get vaccinated at their doctor’s office would have. More than another recitation of statistics about vaccines’ benefits or yet another appeal to the common good, the deprivation of movement will win over doubters. Some unvaccinated Americans in areas where vaccination seekers face scorn among their peer group may even be happy to have an excuse to protect themselves.
This authoritarian, fascist piece comes despite mounting evidence that vaccinated individuals are just as likely to contract and transmit COVID-19.
And contrary to the lies by politicians and mainstream pundits, a large number of vaccine recipients have passed away from the virus.
The policy that this left-wing political hack suggests has nothing to do with health.
It’s about restricting the movement of people and control their whereabouts.
If you notice at the link for the article, the headline of the article has changed.
The headline now reads, “Unvaccinated People Need to Bear the Burden.”
That doesn’t sound quite as Orwellian compared to the original.
But thankfully, we still have the receipts.
Notice @TheAtlantic changed their headline on this
Here’s the original pic.twitter.com/H1nDW78qkL
— Jack Posobiec, IWO 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 4, 2021
Kayyem champions shaming the unvaccinated, who should “face scorn among their peer group” and “may even be happy to have an excuse to protect themselves,” along with celebrating Broadway, Disney, and Walmart for forcing the unvaccinated to give up “certain societal benefits” to practice their their individuality and freedom of choice.
“Amid a global health crisis,” Kayyem continues, “people who defy public-health guidance are not, and do not deserve to be, a protected class.”
The former assistant secretary’s diktats align with President Joe Biden’s shaming and punishing of those who refuse to become vaccinated.
For instance, Biden told churchgoers in April they were being ungodly if they did not receive a vaccine.
“I think this is the Godly thing to do. Protect your brother and sister,” he stated. “That’s what this is about. It’s about protecting people.”
On July 2, Biden indicated black Tuskegee airmen “were almost like guinea pigs,” when answering a question about vaccine hesitancy in the black community:
You know, you go back just to — even World War II, African-Americans were used as experimental — they were almost like guinea pigs in terms of — they were — anyway, it — and your mom and dad remember that and your grandparents remember that.
And history repeats itself.
However, the number of guinea pigs is a much larger scale with the experimental COVID-19 vaccines.