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Liar Fauci Calls Biden's 1984 Inspired COVID Vaccine Mandate "Moderate"

Updated: Nov 19, 2021

Biden's blatantly overreaching and unconstitutional COVID vaccine mandate was called "moderate" by so called "Doctor" Anthony Fauci.


"Doctor" Fauci (at least he plays a "doctor" on TV) has stooped to new lows last Friday when he stated "the president is being somewhat moderate in his demand, if you want to call it that." Despite significant evidence shown in recent studies that natural antibodies from previous infections protect against future COVID cases just as well as the vaccine, "doctor" Fauci insists Biden's radical vaccine mandate is "moderate." Nothing could be farther from the truth.


Biden forcing millions of healthy Americans to get an experimental and potentially dangerous new vaccine with unknown long-term side effects regardless of whether they have natural immunity is at the least un-American, repressive and a power grabbing overreach and at the worst deadly and could lead to further erosion of our constitutionally protected human rights. At this time it is still unknown whether people who have proof of natural immunity to COVID will have an exemption from the vaccine mandate. The fact this is still unknown and not clarified is in itself ridiculous.


If Dems do this what is to stop them from more totalitarian measures like measures taken by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). In China, no one dares speak out against the CCP because they know that that if they do they could be executed within hours.


The CCP executed thousands of its own people in Tiananmen Square of China for merely protesting against the CCP government in 1989.


Beijing Biden's new vaccine mandate is not American; it is one step closer to a totalitarian government like the CCP's "1984" regime.


References:


https://news.yahoo.com/fauci-calls-biden-vaccine-mandate-205002646.html


https://www.newsweek.com/will-those-natural-immunity-exempt-vaccine-mandate-trade-group-wants-answers-1628450


https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-48445934




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