EDITOR NOTE: Around 67% of American adults have received at least one vaccination shot. It’s not the case that those who haven’t been vaccinated are unaware of its availability, it’s that they choose not to get vaccinated. Do they have a “right” to refuse and to take their chances? Yes, they do. Do they have the “right” to pose a potential risk to others? In this country, yes they do, regardless of what you might think about it. But the Biden administration wants to send people on a door-to-door campaign to encourage the unvaccinated to get their shots. This may come off as a gesture of goodwill, but it conceals something menacing: is the federal government keeping tabs on those who haven’t received their vaccines? The pandemic, a national emergency just a year ago, is still a serious national concern. But what gives the government the right to track your choices and movements? How else might the government surveil you--socially, politically, or financially--under the justification of national concern?
The Biden administration is organizing a door-to-door campaign to encourage unvaccinated Americans to take the jab, after failing to achieve their 4th of July vaccination targets.
While laying out the Biden administration's plan to boost vaccines, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said they would focus on "targeted community door-to-door outreach to get remaining Americans vaccinated by ensuring they get the information they need on how both safe and accessible the vaccine is.
So, they've got a list?
Jen Psaki: We will be going door-to-door to Americans who have not been vaccinated pic.twitter.com/S70VjPojfj
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) July 6, 2021
Earlier in the day, Biden spoke from the White House after failing to reach his goal of partially vaccinating at least 70% of American adults by Independence day.
BIDEN: "We need to go community-by-community, neighborhood-by-neighborhood, and oft times door-to-door, literally knocking on doors" to get people vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/oJ2lG9bqaw
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 6, 2021
According to the Daily Mail, at least 67% of American adults have received at least one shot.
He's also expected to push for adolescents aged 12-18 to get vaccinated as they go back to school or prepare for fall sports.
Original post from Zero Hedge