Biden Administration officials are weighing whether they can impose their will on everyday Americans and restrict travel on those who refuse to take an “emergency use only” Covid vaccine.
It’s critical for everyday Americans to consider health and wellness interests for themselves and loved ones when deciding whether to take a vaccine the Food and Drug Administration has only approved for “emergency use.” That language has been cleverly left out of the White House talking points that move increasingly closer to forcing people to get the shot. In April, White House Press Secretary “Circle Back” Jen Psaki claimed no one would suffer travel restrictions over their health choice.
“The government is not now, nor will we be supporting a system that requires Americans to carry a credential. There will be no federal vaccinations database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination credential,” Psaki reportedly said on April 6. “Our interest is very simple from the federal government, which is American’s privacy and rights should be protected so that these systems are not used against people unfairly.”
But less than two months later, Biden Administration officials have reversed field on that pledge and appear to be warming up to treating people “unfairly.” Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas went on the record indicating the federal government was “taking a very close look at that” and “making sure that any passport that we provide for vaccinations is accessible to all and that no one is disenfranchised.”
The newly-minted Homeland Security head may have let slip something the White House wanted to keep under wraps. In all likelihood, the anti-freedom Democrats running the executive branch may be vetting the legal system to see if they can impose travel restrictions. The administration was quick to try to muddy the meaning of what appeared to be a crystal clear message.
“We’ve always said we’re looking at how we can ensure Americans traveling abroad have a quick and easy way to enter other countries. That’s what the Secretary was referring to; ensuring that all U.S. travelers will be able to easily meet any anticipated foreign country entry requirements,” a Homeland Security spokesperson reportedly followed up.
But Joe Biden has routinely read off his teleprompter that private-sector corporations have his blessing to require citizens to show their vaccine papers. In recent weeks, establishment media outlets have run articles no longer contesting vaccine passports. Instead, the predominately Democrat narrative shifted to how vaccine passports work. For example, CBS News pushed the propaganda under the headline: “Vaccine passports: What are they and how do they work?”
Such propaganda is a far cry from Psaki’s assurance in April or the unclear messaging by a Homeland Security spokesperson. That’s largely why Republican lawmakers and governors leveled preemptive strikes against unconstitutional vaccine passports. Upwards of 23 states have already issued statements or passed laws rejecting vaccine passports. If Joe Biden’s handlers can restrict travel on those who refuse to surrender their freedom, they will.